Bringing People Together – Chatty Café


YCC has recently established three Chatty Café meet-ups where people
can connect and make new friends, and participate in activities of mutual interest.
The Chatty Cafe Scheme aims to bring people together to chat and to build
and encourage social connections within the local community, and to help
reduce social isolation and loneliness.

Community meet-ups, activities and gatherings are a great way to
connect with others, make new friends, nurture long-lasting relationships,
and often help other people in your community in a multitude of ways.
In the end, you can walk away from a live event with something as simple
as a good feeling and a great memory… to something as amazing as a
new friendship that can last for years.

Connecting carers meet-up

Meeting every Friday online.

Connecting Carers at Yarraville Community Centre meets online every Friday and is open to all people who are carers.  We connect to share support, referrals and most importantly to build friendships and share our experiences and interests. We meet for an hour to chat and socialise.  We are currently meeting online with the aim to meet face to face. You may also be interested in our Connecting Carer’s Program on offer now. To join the event and register your interest please email: [email protected]

Chatty Café social meet-up  

All community members are welcome to our chatty cafe event that is held weekly at 59 Francis Street, Yarraville. We enjoy meeting new people and building friendships. We are social and welcoming to everyone in the community and we enjoy sharing interests in history, gardening, cooking, films, and TV. To register your interest please email [email protected]


Chatty Café BOOK CLUB 

Join us at this LGTBQIA2S+ safe environment for the love of reading and bringing book pages to life whilst meeting your local community. With the aim of having fun, meeting new people. Please register your interest in attending by emailing: [email protected]

Supported by

These events are part of
an Australia wide
movement called
Chatty Café