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Venues for hire

Venues for hire

Facilities for hire in Pyrmont

The variety of rooms and facilities at Pyrmont Community Centre means there will be a perfect spot for your organisation’s meeting or event.

Generously sized, the 2 indoor halls are ideal for parties or group fitness activities, while the smaller spaces are suited to arts and crafts lessons and similar events.

Outdoor spaces at the community centre include the courtyard, complete with children’s playground, and the multipurpose courts suitable for basketball and netball at the nearby Maybanke Courts.

Contact the team at the community centre to book or for more information.

Contacts

Pyrmont Community CentreCorner John Street and Mount Street
Pyrmont NSW 2009
02 9298 3134
02 9298 3130

Hall and room hire

Main hall: Residents $24 per hour/non-residents $32 per hour.

Suitable for group classes including dancing, fitness and children's activities. It has a timber floor, air-conditioning, a sound system and measures 18 metres by 7.6 metres.

Upstairs hall: Residents $18 per hour/non-residents $25 per hour.

Suitable for all types of classes and meetings. The room has a vinyl floor, air-conditioning and a sound system. It measures 13 metres by 6.5 metres.

Art and craft room: Residents $18 per hour/non-residents $25 per hour.

Suitable for painting, pottery and small meetings. It has a vinyl floor and measures 13 metres by 6 metres.

 

A karate class at Pyrmont Community Centre.

Multipurpose courts for hire

Our courts at Maybanke Courts are available for hire.

The courts can be used for basketball, netball or futsal.

Free basketball games are available for young people aged 12 to 24 years Monday to Friday, from 3pm to 6pm.

 

Basketball court at Pyrmont Community Centre

Courtyard

Cost: Residents $18 per hour/non-residents $25 per hour.

The courtyard includes a playground, barbecue, sitting area and a basketball ring. It is often booked for children's birthday parties.

Pyrmont Community Centre courtyard

Last updated: Wednesday, 18 December 2013