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Community Venues

There are many Council-owned community centres, meeting rooms and offices in Liverpool that are available to hire for a variety of purposes including weddings and receptions, birthday parties, exhibitions, business functions, dramas and musicals, club and group meetings, dances, conferences and cultural and religious events.

Please refer to the relevant Terms and Conditions for more information on hiring a Council community venue.

COVID-19 Restrictions

When using Council’s community venues, you are required to abide by restrictions on public gatherings as mandated by NSW Government. Please refer to Council’s COVID-19 Fact Sheet for Casual Hire regarding the conditions of hire and the reduced capacities of each venue.

Your relevant COVID-19 Safety Plan must be submitted within 5 working days of receipt of the confirmation email. Please note that if this is not received you will not be allowed to have your function.

Please continue to refer to the to the NSW Government COVID-19 website for more information on how to keep safe when in a public space.


Call: 1300 36 2170

Hirers are encouraged to do a casual inspection of the community venue before making a booking. Inspections can be done Monday to Thursday from 8.30 am to 3.30 pm depending on availability of the venue. Contact Council on 1300 36 2170 to inquire about the best time to do an inspection for a certain community venue. Keys for all venues will need to be collected and returned to Customer Service the same day.

Are you a community group or organisation that is dedicated to providing community services to Liverpool residents? Do you need a facility to be able to run your community program at an affordable rate?

Liverpool City Council is inviting community organisations or individuals interested in hiring Council's community facilities on a permanent basis.

For more information please contact Community Facilities Management on managementf@liverpool.nsw.gov.au.

Council will open its Expressions of Interest for the Licence of Community Venues for the period of January 2022 to December 2024.

Please see the Information Package for details on Community Venue licences and the Expresson of Interest procedure. Applications will open from 1 July 2021 and close 13 August 2021.

For more information and for a link to the application form, please contact the Community Facilities team on managementf@liverpool.nsw.gov.au.

Warwick Farm Community Hub
The current tenant at the Warwick Farm Community Centre is Liverpool Neighbourhood Connections and the facility is not for casual hire.
Cecil Hills Community Centre
Cecil Hills Community Centre is a multi-purpose facility situated in the middle of a quiet residential area.
Liverpool City Brass and Pipe Band
Located beside the Whitlam Leisure Centre and adjacent to the Liverpool Brass Band, Liverpool Pipe Band is a fully accessible facility that features timber flooring and a full kitchen.
Seton Recreation Centre
Located near the Clinches Pond Reserve, Seton Recreation Centre is a fully accessible, multi‑purpose facility.
Casula Community Centre
Located on Homestead Avenue beside the Chipping Norton Public School, Chipping Norton Community Centre is a fully accessible facility that is adjacent to the George River Education Centre.