CentrehouseLast updated Friday, 26 Nov 2010.
Centrehouse opened in1979 as part of the Creative Leisure Movement as, "a cultural and recreational centre and to provide facilities for creative leisure activities for adults and children, group meetings, and for the succour of the needy and distressed." Local and Australian art icon Guy Warren OAM was one of the original trustees. In the 1970's, innovative projects and grants from Australia Council and Neighbourhood Centres Association helped the centre to grow into the broadly based community centre it is today.
Additional purpose: Community cultural classes are held in the rooms of this former residence.
Resident organisations at Centrehouse: Centrehouse Inc.
Co-located facility:Centrehouse is next door to Council's Seniors Centre can also be found at the same location as Centrehouse.
178 Longueville Road
Lane Cove, NSW 2066
Other facilities in Lane Cove
Local Government Area: Lane Cove Municipal Council
- Arts Industry Workshops and training activities
- Children's Literacy and reading
- Community learning and skill development training
- Community social events e.g. weddings
- Community workshops and participatory activities
- Craft exhibitions
- Dance performances
- Education programs for schools
- Indigenous arts exhibitions and events
- New media exhibitions
- Social history exhibitions
- Visual arts exhibitions
- Youth programs and activities
- a wider parking space(s) designated for accessible parking
- handrails fitted to stairs and ramps
- the capacity for people in wheelchairs to sit with their companions in auditoriums or other fixed seating areas
Dedicated parking: Centrehouse does not have dedicated parking.
Disabled access: yes
CateringNo catering facilities are on offer.
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