North Sydney Community Centre

The Community Centre is back onsite!

It will take more than a pandemic to stop North Sydney Community Centre (NSCC) from creating great courses and workshops both onsite and online!

NSCC is a dynamic, responsive and independent not-for-profit community organisation.

The Centre programs and services foster social connection and wellbeing. NSCC's independence enables them to offer integral, varied and inclusive services to the local and wider community. They listen to community needs and interests, and respond through their programming. The Centre offers Explorers Playgroup, After School Care, Adult Classes and Workshops, special events and the Northside Produce Market. The Centre continues its popularity as a creative hub, with lots of classes, workshops and events developed and added to their program every year.

Explore what's available on the website.


Address: 220 Miller Street, North Sydney (across Civic Park off Miller St)

Hours: 10am to 6pm, Monday to Friday

Tel: 9922 2299



Facebook @NorthSydneyCommunityCentre

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Activities & Services


In a parkland setting this community centre is just minutes from the CBD, and next to Stanton Library and North Sydney Oval.

It is easily accessible by bus to Miller Street, and is a 10 minute walk from North Sydney train station.

The Centre self-funds through service fees, fund-raising, and has rooms available to book.

If you do book you will need Public Liability insurance, please use this form (153KB).

It also receives financial and other support from North Sydney Council.

In 2006 Council demolished and rebuilt the Community centre on the same site as well as providing an enhanced playground. Now 50% larger the new building meets licensing requirements for childcare. The building was designed on sustainability principles by Mark Windass WHP Architects, and built by Barker Constructions. Read about the North Sydney Community Centre design principles (2MB)

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