About Us


Built in 1971 as part of the Fulham Primary School, the building was the first open plan classroom in SA. Following the closure of the school in 1988, concerned members of the local community successfully negotiated with the South Australian Government and the West Torrens Council to retain the building for future development as a Community Centre. The City of West Torrens now owns and maintains the building and provides a grant to the independent volunteer Management Committee to be used towards employing a Co-ordinator.

Re-opened in 1992, the Centre now offers an increasing variety of activities for the local community. The Centre was named to commemorate the character of the local environment during settlement when reed beds stretched all along the coast up to Port Adelaide. A large mural inside the Centre depicts this history. It now offers a comfortable and affordable venue for meetings, classes, exhibitions etc in fact any event involving and benefiting the local community.

In 2014 a business name of Reedbeds Community Centre Fulham was introduced.

In 2017, Reedbeds Community Centre Fulham changed its business name to Fulham Community Centre.

Management Committee meetings in 2016 will be held on the 2nd Thursday of the month at 7.00pm in the Ray Dobson Room settings.

Life Members

With thanks for an outstanding contribution over many years

Ron Lee (2000)
Kate Barrett (2001)
Eve Tait (2005)
Ray Dobson (2007) – Ray sadly passed away in April 2012 – Fondly remembered for the time effort and expertise brought to the centre over many years – Vale
Garth Palmer (2008)
Rosalie Haese (2009)
Kevin Dixon (2013)

Become a Member

Membership of Fulham Community Centre entitles you to:

  • Vote at AGM
  • Discounts on some programs and activities
  • Friends of the Centre Lunches

Support the centre that supports you!


Membership runs from 1st October 2020 to 30th June 2021.


Download a copy of our 2020-21
Membership Form

Become a Friend of the Centre

Strategic Plan

Please click HERE to down the Strategic Plan


Regular Hirers:

Club India Seniors

Villagehood Australia

Fiji Seniors

Golden Knights Martial Arts

Probus Computer Club

AREG – Radio Experimenters

Shaolin Kungfu


MJB Dancers


I can Jump Puddles

Tai Chi with Sue

DMC Dance


Sew, Create, Laugh

Classes and Activities
Active Aging Over 50s Fitness
Return to Fitness
Craft Fellowship
Mixed Art
iPad Peer Training Sessions
Various short courses
Mobile Library
Be Connected Broadband for Seniors Internet Kiosk
Be Connected Broadband for Seniors

Group Training sessions

Occasional Hirers
Children’s Parties
Private hirers
Community Not for Profit groups

Quiz Nights


Fulham Community Centre provides low cost classes and activities to people of all ages. The Centre is also a base for many community groups and organisations, and is a popular venue to conduct courses and hire for private functions and events.

Supported by City of West Torrens, Community Centres SA, Bendigo Bank West Beach and Districts Community Bank branch, Department of Communities and Social Inclusion, Community Benefit and various funding bodies.