About Annandale Community Centre
The Annandale Community Centre is operated and managed by Inner West Council - Leichhardt as a staffed community centre.
The administration office is attended on a part time basis by the Annandale Community Centre Officer.
The Annandale Community Centre offers a number of programs and activities for community members, and also offers venues available for hire.
Due to administrative changes at the centre, as from 1 December 2016, the Justice of the Peace service offered by staff at the centre will only be available on Wednesdays between 12 pm and 2 pm.
Alternate local options to access Justice of the Peace (JP) services include:
MarketPlace Leichhardt, Corner Marion & Flood Streets, Leichhardt
Every Thursday from 2.00pm to 4.00pm
Every Saturday from 10.00am to 12.00pm
Use this link to find out more about the JP service at MarketPlace Leichhardt: http://www.marketplaceleichhardt.com.au/justice-of-the-peace.html
Use this link to find local JP volunteers in your community: http://www.jp.nsw.gov.au/justices-of-the-peace/finding-a-jp
The venues available for hire at this facility include:
- Annandale Community Centre - Upstairs Hall
- Annandale Community Centre - Meeting Room.
- Annandale Community Centre - Back Hall
The Upstairs hall has been recently restored. It features parquetry floors and beautiful period features. The venue is suitable for events such as gentle exercise or dance classes, social gatherings, meetings and music events. It has a piano as well as a small kitchen with stove, Zipp hot water system, fridge, bench tops and 2 sinks. Cutlery and crockery are not provided.
Ceiling fans and heaters are provided. Included in your hire of the Upstairs hall is 10 trestle tables as well as 80 chairs.
Please be advised that the Upstairs Hall is not an accessible venue. Access in via a large flight of stairs.
The Meeting Room is an accessible room suitable for meetings for approximately 20 persons. A gas heater is available as well as ceiling fans. Included in your hire is 20 chairs and 2 trestle tables.
The Back Hall is 150m² large with a large commercial kitchen. The kitchen is equipped with stove (4 hot plates), fridge, instant hot water urn, large bench spaces, 3 sinks, servery bench and serving trolley. Hire includes 15 trestle tables and 130 chairs.
A data projector may be available for all venues. Viewing of the facility is by appointment only.
120 persons - standing
80 persons - concert seating
30 persons - standing
20 persons - meeting style
100 persons - standing
100 persons - concert seating
66 persons - banquet seating
Activities and Programs
Find out more about the activities and programs at Annandale Community Centre
Location: 79 Johnston Street Annandale 2038
Administration office attended:
Phone: 02 9660 2828
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays: 10.00am - 4.00pm
Fridays: 11.00am - 5.00pm
Annandale Community Centre Floor Plan (PDF 198KB)
General Conditions of Hire (PDF 173.3KB)
Annandale Community Centre Venue Information (PDF 202.6KB)
Annandale Town Hall (Back Hall) Venue Information (PDF 121.9KB)
Evacuation Plan (PDF 407.2KB)
Fees and Charges
Annandale Community Centre Fees and Charges 2016-2017 (PDF 319.7KB)
Annandale Community Centre (Back Hall) Fees and Charges 2016-2017 (PDF 339.1KB)
To make a booking you can use the form below:
Community Facility Booking Application Form (PDF 176.4KB)
Alternatively you can use our online booking form at the link below:
Reduced Fees and Fee Waivers
Inner West Council offers reduced fees and fee waivers for a number of Council venues and services to eligible applicants. The program aims to support organisations, community groups, and individuals with limited income streams to provide projects, programs, events, and activities for the benefit of the local community. This program assists Council and the community to achieve shared objectives outlined in Councils Strategic Plans. The program is guided by Council's Grants and Community Resourcing Policy 2012 - Find out more about Council's reduced fees and fee waivers
The Annandale Community Centre – was the former purpose-built Council Chambers constructed following Annandale's move to become an independent municipality in 1899. The building represents the growth and development of the local area and continued to be a focus of municipal administration and local community through the early part of the 20th century until 1948 when Annandale was re-absorbed into the Leichhardt local government area.