The health and safety of our community, businesses and staff are our priority. Please follow physical distancing rules of 1.5 metres, practice safe hygiene and wash hands regularly.
Pesticide weed spraying at Blair Park (Queen St, Croydon) will occur from 26 - 28 Oct weather permitting.
Woodstock Community Centre is located in a hidden oasis surrounded by lush park lands, next to Woodstock Park with a playground and BBQ facilities. The centre offers two levels of rooms that can be hired for community or commercial use. There is an accessible change room , kitchen with an industrial fridge. There is limited off street parking and in surrounding streets. Suitable for meetings, exercise classes, art exhibitions, education programs, training and private functions.
Woodstock is conveniently located close to the heart of Burwood's town centre. Surrounded by lush park lands, it's perfect for vintage style weddings and functions. Also suitable for meetings, training and education programs. There is limited parking onsite and in surrounding streets. Burwood station, and public transport are within walking distance. A hidden treasure!
Due to COVID-19 social distancing requirements, room capacities are as follows:
The Woodstock car park is currently occupied by Council's Operations Department, and is unavailable for hirer use. Please instead park on one of the surrounding streets, such as Church Street or Fitzroy Street.
Check availability / make a booking
Venue Hire Terms & Conditions(PDF, 397KB)
Woodstock Community Centre 2020-21 Fees and Charges.docx(DOCX, 524KB)
Woodstock Floorplan - Ground Floor(PDF, 2MB)
Woodstock Floorplan - First Floor(PDF, 1MB)
Woodstock information sheet(PDF, 260KB)
22 Church Street, Burwood NSW 2134 View Map
22 Church Street ,
Burwood NSW 2134
2 Conder Street,
Burwood NSW 2134
Monday - Friday, 8.30am - 4.30pm
PO Box 240, Burwood NSW 1805
24 hours, 7 days a week
Phone: (02) 9911 9911
Wet Weather Line: (02) 9078 6170
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Burwood Council acknowledges the Wangal Clan of the Eora Nation, the traditional custodians of the area. We pay our respects to their elders past, present and emerging. We acknowledge and respect their cultural heritage, beliefs and ongoing relationship with the land.