The health and wellbeing of the Gold Coast community, our customers and City employees is our first priority.
The City is receiving advice from the Federal Government and Queensland Health on a daily basis to inform our response to the Novel coronavirus (COVID-19) situation in the city.
We are pleased to announce that our Community Centres are now open, in line with Stage 3 of the Queensland Government’s roadmap which came into effect on Friday 3 July. Whilst there are some easing of restrictions, social distancing and room capacities will still be subject to COVID Safe Plans and checklists and therefore not all activities may be able to resume in full at this stage.
Our Community Centre team are working closely with our hirers to bring back activities and services to our valued Gold Coast community.
For the latest update on City's response visit cityofgoldcoast.com.au/covid19
Community centres play an important role in providing opportunities for residents to engage in social, cultural, recreational and educational activities within their communities. The Gold Coast has over 40 venues across the city from Ormeau in the north to Kirra Hill in the south and west to Springbrook. These facilities receive over one million visits a year.
Venues vary from small community halls to dynamic community hubs integrated with other facilities such as aquatic centres, branch libraries and parks. A number of the more recent additions include specialist spaces such as music recording studios, arts workshops, performance spaces and dance studios.
From yoga to Zumba™, weddings to conferences, band rehearsals to theatre performances, and training courses to community meetings - you name it, and there is a fair chance it is on at one of our community centres. To find out what activities are happening check out the 'what's on' guide for each venue in the brochures and fact sheets section at the foot of each City-managed community centre's page or contact the manager.
If you’re looking for activities after school or during school holidays visit our Community Centres Youth Program page.
Most centres include function and meeting rooms, auditoriums or main halls, and kitchen facilities, making them ideal for community and private functions. The majority of centres are available for hire between 7am and 11pm daily.
More information can be found in the Community Centres hire information documents.
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 more information about a community centre near you, select a location below.
The City has several major sporting venues including the Gold Coast Sports and Leisure Centre, Coomera Indoor Sports Centre, Runaway Bay Indoor Stadium and Gold Coast Cycle Centre. To find out more, visit our Major sporting venues page.
There are eight aquatic centres across the city. The centres vary in size and in the range of facilities, and each offers a variety of classes and activities for all ages and abilities, including squad swimming, learn to swim and aqua fitness. To find out more about the locations, hours of operation and facilities available, visit our Swimming and aquatic centres page.
Pack a picnic, grab your friends and family and go and explore our very own natural playground. Parks are a place of adventure and discovery, peace and tranquillity, recreation and play. So what are you waiting for? Go and discover your own little piece of nature. Visit the Park finder page to find a park near you.
Find out about other Gold Coast attractions and things to do - visit our beachfront esplanades, shopping precincts and markets, exhilarating theme parks and relaxing restaurants. The Gold Coast's attractions are diverse and colourful in nature and offer a wealth of entertainment and activities for visitors and residents to enjoy.