This centre is managed by the City of Gold Coast. The City is responsible for taking bookings and enquiries.
When making booking enquiries please indicate the venue, type of event and proposed date.
Detailed floor plans and a fees and charges guide will help you select a space that best suit your needs.
Use our online form to make a booking enquiry for one or more of the community centres managed by the City.
If you prefer to complete a booking enquiry form offline, download the Community Centre Booking Enquiry Form below.
For any additional assistance, please call City Venues between 8am and 5pm from Monday to Friday, or send us an email:
Phone: 07 5667 5986
The Labrador Community and Youth Centre includes meeting spaces, activity areas, art spaces, a large recreational area and office spaces for not for profit organisations.
Various activities are run from the centre, including a program facilitated by the U3A.
Download the What’s On program for further details on planned activities.
The site also includes the Men's Shed, child and family centre and tennis court within the Labrador Community Hub.
The City has launched a network of recharge points for electric mobility devices under the national RECHARGE Scheme™.
Free Recharge Points™ are now located within this facility.
Accessible kitchen including hot water unit, microwave, fridge, non commercial dishwasher, cooktop and oven.
Tables, chairs, kitchen facilities, ground floor main hall featuring indoor sports nets, both art spaces have access to sinks for cleaning art equipment.
The foyer space at the Labrador Community centre provides an informal gallery space for local organisations, collectives and community groups for exhibiting artworks free of charge, subject to certain conditions.
Exhibitions are generally on display for a two or four week period, with the space available during the same operating hours as the community centre which is Monday to Friday between 9am and 4.30pm. The gallery can be opened for additional times under agreement with the venue manager.
Additional fees will be charged if additional spaces are required, for example for the exhibition launch event. Additional charges may also apply for the gallery to be opened outside of the community centre’s operating hours.
The space includes a tracked hanging system; the hanging system components must be picked up from the venue manager on the first day of use by 12pm and returned on the last day of use by 3pm.
The gallery is a public facility and neither the venue manager nor City of Gold Coast staff are responsible for the security of the works or other possessions.
The gallery is managed by the venue manager, contact them to discuss availability. Confirmation of booking is provided once the Gallery Booking Agreement has been completed and provided to the venue manager for approval.
Please see the Labrador Community Centre Art Gallery Terms, Conditions and Guidelines for use document for comprehensive conditions of use.
Subject to conditions of hire.
The Labrador Child and Family Centre was officially opened in May 2010. The centre features family, meeting and counselling rooms, a children's play area, baby change facilities and a modern reception area.
Five key city-wide service providers, with the Benevolent Society as the lead agency, are working together to provide integrated family services and activities, which include supported playgroups, multicultural groups, infant massage, parenting programs, counselling and a weekly child health clinic.
Enquiries for the Labrador Child and Family Centre can be directed to 07 5656 6300.
Main activity area with equipment, kitchen facilities and outdoor play area including covered veranda area.
The Men's Shed is a fully operational workshop where men meet to work on local community projects.
The Australian Men's Shed Association, established in 2007, has over 400 registered sheds nationally to help men combat depression and isolation. In addition, men can learn new skills, impart trade skills on to other men, establish lasting friendships and undertake worthwhile community projects in the local area.
Enquiries for the Labrador Men's Shed can be directed to 07 5528 9691.
Workshop with equipment and machinery and a basic kitchenette.
This project started in 2008, when the City purchased the 4682 square metre site with four existing buildings for $2.5 million from the Uniting Church. Soon after, the City undertook an extensive community engagement program which attracted input from 35 community organisations and over 300 community members to help shape the redesign and use of the existing buildings to meet the needs and aspirations of the local community.
The end result is a multi-use site that provides extra recreational, educational and health opportunities for local residents. This site includes a community centre, a child and family centre, a Men's Shed and surrounding parkland with children's play equipment, barbecues and tennis court.Back Return to top