Supporting people with migrant and refugee backgrounds to feel at home in Australia

Woman holding young boy in her arms at Spectrum's Annual Toy Giveaway.

Founded in 1980, Spectrum Migrant Resource Centre is a not-for-profit organisation, delivering culturally appropriate and responsive services to people with migrant and refugee backgrounds living in Melbourne’s northern and western regions.

Our service areas include migration and settlement, family relationship and parenting, social and economic inclusion, aged care, disability, and family carers.

Spectrum is funded by a mixture of federal and state government grants, partnership contracts, and fee-for-service programs.

Spectrum’s work is strengthened by effective partnerships with a range of community organisations.

Spectrum has offices in Dallas and Sunshine.

We are a Child Safe Organisation (CSO), click here to find out more about the CSO Victorian Standards which aligned with the National Principles.

Click to read our Strategic Plan 2025