Welcome to SCC

We are an open and inclusive not for profit organisation, connecting our community with facilities and programs that foster personal development and education for all generations. We encourage you to come in, look around and get involved. ‘Our door is always open’ to welcome new and familiar faces. So come on in and get connected.

Facilities For Hire

Need to hire a room to run a workshop or meeting? A space for a market or a sporting event? Our location is central and wheelchair friendly with ample parking at the door. To book any of our facilities, contact us today.

 
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Stadium

The Stadium is a great choice for your sports events, exhibitions, shows or markets. It

seats 100, and we have chairs and tables available.

Art Studio / Meeting Room

The perfect room for smaller meetings or workshops with up to 18 people. It has in-room tea and coffee making facilities, including a sink, kettle, and microwave.

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Meeting Room 1

Spacious room for meetings or workshops for up to 25 people seated at tables or 40 in theatre style. It has an in-room kitchen with tea and coffee making facilities, including a refrigerator, sink, hot water, and a microwave.

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Meeting Room 2

Suitable for meetings or workshops this room also offers the use of 2 computers - with free WIFI for the first half hour for drop-in community members – a whiteboard and TV. It will accommodate up to 18 people.

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Kitchen

The kitchen is accessible for Centre users, children’s parties, and other activities.

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What’s included in the hiring fee?

The hire fee includes access to kitchen facilities, including an electric hotplate, oven, refrigerator, microwave and dishwasher.

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Availability

Our facilities are available seven days a week, including evenings. If you require entry outside of office hours, we can arrange that for you.

To book any of our facilities, call Reception on (03) 5984 3360 or email admin@sorrentocc.org.au

Sorrento Community Centre acknowledges and pays respect to the Boon Wurrung / Bunurong people, 

the traditional custodians of these lands and waters.