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©2019 by ACT Recovery College.

ABN 66 633 659 908

How to find us

Our address is:

Unit 2, 9-11 Montford Crescent 

Lyneham  ACT  2602

Phone: 02 6247 3821

Where are we:
 

We are located behind the North Lyneham Shops.

The front entry to the College faces the oval at the rear of Montford Crescent and we are next door to Kumon.
 

There is free parking on the street opposite the College or at the shops with a short walking distance. There is limited wheelchair accessible parking available in the car park behind the College. Please call reception on 6247 3821 if you require access from the carpark

Follow this link for directions from Google Maps


 

Buses:

  • 31 bus from Westfield Belconnen platform 1 to City via Lyneham every 30 mins, 9 minutes and 39 minutes past the hour from Westfield, 00 and 30 mins past the hour from the City. Nearest stop: Ellenbourgh Street, about a 5 min walk to the College

  • 51 bus from City Interchange platform 12 to Dickson via North Lyneham run every 30 mins, 6 minutes and 36 minutes past the hour from Belconnen, 12 and 42 mins past the hour from Dickson shops. Nearest Stop: 3128 Cossington Smith Road nearest the North Lyneham Shops about 2-3 minute walk.


 

Communities @ Work - Community Transport & Community Bus Service:

Our friends at Communities @ Work provide a very valuable Community Transport & Bus Service that may be utilised by participants wishing to access the ACT Recovery College but are limited by their ability due to transport issues.

Their service is available to:

  • seniors with mobility or confidence problems

  • people living in residential care/nursing homes

  • people with mental illness who cannot cope with regular ACTION bus services

  • people with permanent or temporary disability

  • carers accompanying any of the above

  • parents with young children who are socially isolated through a lack of transport options

  • people with culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, including new migrants, whose transport options may be limited due to factors such as their unfamiliarity with transport services and/or lack of support networks

  • people who are eligible for funded transport services but cannot access them – for example, people with a disability who use wheelchairs and cannot self-transfer into vehicle seats.

  • Community groups whose participation and social inclusion would be enhanced by use of this Service.

This service is offered by qualified drivers and can be booked for eligible clients between 7.00 am and 7.00 pm Monday to Friday.

To find out more about this service and to enquire about your eligibility under the CASP program, contact Comms@Work through their website by clicking here or call (02) 6293 6500