IS your community organisation looking for a new space?
Lake Macquarie City Council has an opportunity for a not-for-profit organisation to lease the Bonnells Bay Youth and Community Centre.
Council’s community planning manager, Andrew Bryant, said the location of the facility would suit a not-for-profit group that worked with the community on the Morisset Peninsula.
“The Bonnells Bay Youth and Community Centre is in a prime location, close to the Bonnells Bay retail precinct and right next door to popular recreation spots for the area’s young people, including the netball-basketball courts and skate park,” Mr Bryant said.
“The facility is suitable for a range of community activities, meetings and functions, with a licence to accommodate up to 90 people in its main hall and 15 in the activity room.
“The centre includes dedicated office spaces, a fully functional kitchen area with outdoor servery, and a fenced outdoor area presents opportunities for safe and secure play.
“The centre already has a number of regular hirers, including community groups and health and wellness classes, who make great use of the facilities on offer.
Council will be hosting an inspection of the centre for interested parties on Wednesday, December 19.
“I would encourage all not-for-profit organisations who have an interest in servicing the Morisset Peninsula to come along and learn more about this facility and what it can offer,” Mr Bryant said.
For more information, download an information sheet about the centre.
Expression of interest forms are available to download from council’s website, and must be returned to the community development officer by Monday, January 14.
The Bonnells Bay Youth and Community Centre inspection will take place at 4pm on Wednesday, December 19.
The centre is at 275 Fishery Point Road, Bonnells Bay.
To RSVP, contact community development officer, Emilie Wiggers, at email@example.com or call 4921 0333.