Welcome to Ross House
Ross House is the only self managed and community owned non profit building in Australia and has been an important part of the social justice and environment community in Melbourne for over two decades.
Ross House is a place for community groups to grow, connect and evolve.
The five storey heritage listed Ross House building in Flinders Lane provides affordable, accessible office space to over 50 small non profit groups working towards environmental and social justice. As a part of Ross House, small community groups have access to networks, shared resources and shared experiences, allowing them to realise their potential.
Ross House also offers affordable meeting room hire and other resources to anyone who might like to use them.
By choosing to use these facilities, you are supporting the social justice and environment movement in Melbourne.
Ross House is situated on the land of the Wurundjeri people, the traditional owners of this land.
Ross House will be closed between:
Monday 23rd December 2013 and Wednesday 1st January 2014 (inclusive).
The building will re-open on Thursday 2nd January 2014.
If you wish to access the building during this period of closure - please make sure that you have your swipe key to enter ande xit the building. Your swipe key will only give you access to one particular floor. You will not be able to gain entry into Ross House without a swipe key.
If you don't have a swipe key and need to use the building during this time, please arrange to pick one up from reception by 4:45pm on Friday 20th December 2013.
Additionally, all mail delivered to Ross House at 247-251 Flinders Lane will be ON HOLD from 23rd December 2013 until 2nd January 2014. If you require access to your mail before this time you will need to make your own arrangements with Australia Post to re-direct your mail to an alternative address.