Engadine Community Centre

Address: 1034 - 1036 Old Princes Highway Engadine

Features:Modern multi purpose building located in the Town Square in the centre of Engadine

This beautiful multi purpose facility is suitable for theatre or stage productions and end of year school and dance performances and is equipped with a data projector and large screen for presentations or cinema style events. The facility also has a portable stage and multiple dressing rooms including a purpose built dressing room on the ground level for the disabled.

The Full Hall can be used as a performance space complete with retractable seating for 316. The Full Hall area is suitable for large functions of up to 400 people and can be divided into two smaller halls with the capacity to host a variety of private functions including large weddings and family gatherings concurrently.

The Meeting Rooms are located at the front of the building, facing the Old Princes Highway, with floor to ceiling windows flooding the area with natural light. This area is suitable for small functions, business meetings and seminars with access to a kitchenette. The full meeting room area has a capacity for up to 70 standing or 60 seated for seminars, conferences or lectures. The full meeting room can be divided into two smaller rooms.  All areas are air conditioned.

This building is managed by the Sutherland Entertainment Centre, for enquiries please fill in the form below:

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Combined meeting Room Meeting Room 1 Meeting Room 2 Combined halls Hall 1 Hall 2 Performance Space Full facility

Public liability insurance

Public liability is compulsory to hire a hall, council may provide public liability insurance. Ask about this when booking. For functions/parties, the cost of council public liability insurance is $82 (2017/18).

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