Working towards a brighter future

We are an incorporated not-for-profit community organisation providing a wide range of community services and learning opportunities to support the needs of all age groups on Phillip Island and surrounds.

Our diverse range of programs and activities offer everything from age-old arts and crafts, to workplace training and pathways to further study and employment. Each week members of our community enjoy our safe, friendly and stimulating environment in which every individual is informed and empowered to achieve to their full potential.

 

PICAL provides a vital service to those experiencing hardship through our emergency food relief program known as the Phil Dixon Emergency Food Relief Pantry. Support is also offered through welfare service referrals, employment services and a Centrelink agency. The PICAL Community Garden supplies fresh produce to our pantry and has many opportunities for horticulture training, organic vegetable and fruit growing workshops, and local food swaps. Rooms are available to hire by individuals or groups for meetings, training and activities. 

PICAL relies on the assistance of our valuable community volunteers. We offer many opportunities for volunteer participation in all aspects of our activities and welcome the involvement of our local community. 

So come see what's on offer, we can't wait to meet you!

OUR SERVICES

COMMUNITY 

SERVICES

WORKPLACE TRAINING & ADULT EDUCATION

WOMEN CONNECT

ROOM HIRE

GROUP

ACTIVITIES

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56 - 58 Church St, Cowes VIC 3922

PH: (03) 5952 1131

Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 9am to 3pm (except Public Holidays)

Email: reception@pical.org.au

©2021 by Phillip Island Community & Learning Centre.

"We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land, the Boon Wurrung and Bunurong people, for the land on which we meet, walk, work and live. We pay respect to their Elders past, present and emerging, for the care they have given this country."