Weave @ Waterloo

Helping people address issues such as mental health, homelessness and substance use.

Opening hours

  • Monday to Friday

    9:30am to 5pm


To contact after hours call 0408 257 986.

Youth Point

This directory includes a large range of service categories such as accommodation, legal, disability case work and health. It has a mapping function, allowing you to see what youth services are in the area around you or another area of interest.

Community services directory

The community services directory is a comprehensive listing of local emergency services, government agencies, public facilities, not-for-profit organisations and many other groups.

Marisol Levia

Administration Coordinator

Please call if you need further information or would like to make an enquiry on behalf of a family member or friend about our programs and services.

Weave is a not-for-profit organisation that helps young people, women and families. It is based at Waterloo Community Centre.

Around 2,000 people have received assistance from the organisation.

Some of the programs are listed below.

  • Speak Out: Helps young people experiencing mental health and drug and alcohol issues.
  • Streatbeat: Assists young Aboriginal peoples at risk of homelessness and drug and alcohol dependencies get back on track.
  • Counselling: Children, young people and adults can have someone to talk to.
  • Arts program: To empower young people who may be experiencing drug and alcohol or mental health issues.
  • Juvenile Justice: Young people under 18 released from custody or at risk of offending can receive support including accommodation, employment and study options.
  • Aboriginal information and referral: The ‘Koori Access Point’ helps Aboriginal peoples of all ages access a broad range of local community organisations.


To contact after hours call 0408 257 986.

Waterloo Community Centre
Corner Allen Street and Elizabeth Street
phone number
02 9318 0539
email address
[email protected]

Waterloo Community Centre

Waterloo Community Centre enjoyed a $3.5 million makeover in 2012, thanks to joint funding from the City of Sydney and the federal government.

An unused amenities block in a former life, the centre now boasts sustainable design features, including a green roof, natural ventilation, energy-efficient lighting and recycled materials.

Local architects Collins and Turner were awarded the Sir John Sulman Medal for their design, an honour shared by the Sydney Opera House and the Queen Victoria Building.

Situated near Waterloo Oval and the skate park, the community centre is now the base for Weave.