Community Halls and Centres
The hire status of City of Newcastle Community Halls & Centres has been reviewed and new and casual hire is permitted until further review 1 December 2020.
New and casual hire be permitted in CN Community Facilities Subject to the following:
- Hirers must be Commercial (ABN required) or not for profit/charity status.
- Provide an essential service (eg. Employment or counselling services) or services of Community Benefit
- Hire to be seated only in accordance with social distancing requirements
- Casual hires not to be taken more than one month in advance.
New & casual hirers are to provide the following:
- Signed Covid Terms & Conditions of hire
- Signed standard conditions of hire
- Covid-Safe plan (Community Centres)
- Public liability insurance cover
The following new or casual hire is not permitted at this time:
- Private hire for social gatherings & parties
- Standing or active hires such as dance, yoga, Pilates, martial arts, singing and the like.
For the latest changes on public spaces and gatherings view What you can and can't do under the rules.
For the latest information see the City’s response to COVID-19.
City of Newcastle own and operate sixteen community centres and halls in the Newcastle local government area. Twelve of these community facilities are managed by local committees or community organisations, and four facilities are directly managed City of Newcastle.
Fees and charges:
Click on each facility to view more information and contact details.
* Capacity numbers at the halls are capped to allow for physical distancing. Please view the property for details.
* Capacity numbers at the centres are capped to allow for physical distancing. Please view the property for details.
|Adamstown Seniors Centre
||153A Brunker Road
|Beresfield Seniors Centre
||39 Beresford Avenue
|Mayfield Seniors Centre
||187 - 189 Maitland Road
||90 & 12*
|Newcastle Seniors Centre
Newcastle (beneath mall carpark)
* Please contact the senior centres for details on capacity.