Roselea Community Centre

647 - 671 Pennant Hills Rd, Beecroft

Recent renovations by Hornsby Shire Council and the Australian Government have made an even greater asset for the community.

Roselea Community Centre

Kitchen; Parking; Accessible; Air Conditioning

Due to the boundary adjustment, Hornsby Council is no longer managing bookings for this centre. City of Parramatta will be accepting bookings from Tuesday 1 November 2016. No bookings or hire adjustments will be accepted between 22 October – 31 October 2016 (inclusive) to allow this transition to take place.

Contact information

For booking enquiries:
Tel: 02 9806 5140


Large Hall

Capacity 600 people
Hall Facilities Around 400 Chairs, 45 tables (lightweight with seating for 6-8 depending on layout), stage with basic lighting and portable steps, audio/video unit with large screen and two wall-mounted TV screens
Kitchen Facilities Commercial cooking appliances including six-burner gas stove/oven, electric convection oven, microwave, pie warmers and refrigerator/freezer, stainless steel fittings, instant hot water system

External covered verandahs

These adjoin the main hall. Total of six purpose-built food preparation bays with stainless steel fittings, suitable for small portable gas cooking units, complete with stainless steel folding tables; three bays at the rear and three bays at the front of the centre

Small Hall

Capacity 50 people
Hall Facilities 50 chairs, three tables (lightweight), TV (wall-mounted and iPod compatible), mirrored walls, change room and toilet
Kitchenette Facilities Microwave, bar fridge, instant hot water system

Foyer Exhibition Space

Generous foyer space designed to offer artists an opportunity to display their works within this local and well-utilised facility. The foyer exhibition spaces are equipped with a gallery hanging system and lighting. They are designed as community spaces for the display of artworks but do not offer the business support that commercial and community galleries offer exhibitors.

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