People who participate in the activities provided by the Marlin Coast Neighbourhood Centre are asked to become financial members of the organisation. To qualify for membership, a person should have a genuine interest and belief in the philosophy of the Centre and a desire to promote, assist or share in its activities.


  • Access to support, group activities and resources
  • Free access to computers
  • Opportunities to meet people and form new friendships
  • Discounted office services 
  • Opportunities to participate in Centre based activities
  • Monthly Newsletter
  • First to hear about Mystery outings
  • Borrowing Library
Information on membership and application forms are available from reception during office hours or fill out our online enquiry form here.

Application for Membership

$10.00 for year ended 30 Jone

To qualify for membership of the Association, you should have a genuine interest and belief in the objectives of the Association and a desire to promote, assist, or otherwise take part in, the activities of the Association. This shall include a willingness to abide by the rules and by-laws of the Assoc.

Note: acceptance of membership is dependent on authorization by two committee members.

Applicant details:
Next of Kin
Code of conduct
The Marlin Coast Neighbourhood Centre has a Dignity at Work and Zero Tolerance policy.
Abusive, Aggressive, Threatening and Violent Behaviour
  • Anyone behaving aggressively or in any other way inappropriately towards staff, volunteers, Centre users or members of the public will be refused service and be required to leave the Centre immiediately
  • Any theft, vandalism, or damage to the Centre or personal property will result in the perpetrator/s being required to leave the Centre immediately.
  • Any violation of this policy will result in a ban from entering the Centre or Centre site.
  • There will be no appeal process
Queensland Police will be called if required. Our staff and volunteers come to the Centre to provide support and services for others, and it is important for all staff, volunteers, Centre users and members of the public to feel safe and to be treated with courtesy and respect.
Centre's declaration of member's privacy: Any information contained in this form is for the exclusive use of the Centre only, in regard to membership of the Centre and for planning of future programs and functions.

Founded in the late 1980’s, the Marlin Coast Neighbourhood Centre was established to support the growing community residing on Cairns’ Northern Beaches and the adjacent suburbs of Smithfield and Caravonica.

Now, after 25 years of incorporation and a relocation to the busy suburb of Trinity Park, the Neighbourhood Centre remains a constant in the lives of the community on the Northern Beaches and beyond.

The Neighbourhood Centre offers individuals and families the opportunity to participate in Centre activities and to gather in a safe and friendly environment.

Membership allows participants and supporters the opportunity to be involved in and contribute to their community.

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