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Bondi Pavilion Community Cultural Centre
www.waverley.nsw.gov.au/recreation/places_of_interest/bondi_pavilion/whats_on_at_the_pavilion

61 2 8362 3400

Queens Elizabeth Drive
Bondi Beach 2026
Daily 10-5

Booked throughout the year with a new exhibitions every two weeks. There are an exciting range of exhibitions including photography, paintings, illustrations, ceramics and sculpture.

What's Happening in Waverley?

Bondi Pavilion Community Cultural Centre

Queen Elizabeth Drive, Bondi Beach  NSW 2026
tel. 8362 3400  fax. 8362 3420
e-mail: bondipav@waverley.nsw.gov.au
The mission of the Bondi Pavilion Community Cultural Centre is to create opportunities and provide facilities for all sections of the community to engage in a range of art and cultural activities as a means of fostering community artistic and cultural development.
The present Bondi Pavilion dates back to 1928 when Waverley Council responded to the community and visitors needs by building the Pavilion and promoting it as "The Playground of the Pacific". Originally the Pavilion housed Turkish baths, a Ballroom, Palm Court and changing sheds in the back courtyard.

Bondi Pavilion Community Cultural Centre comprises a theatre, gallery, rehearsal, meeting and function rooms, art workshop, pottery and studios. Bondi Pavilion is the centre for major festivals and hundreds of performances throughout the year.

In addition there is a wide array of classes and workshops, with exhibitions changing every fortnight. The Community Cultural Centre hosts youth projects,  free Senior Citizens concerts each month and music projects including the Bondi Seniors Swing Band as a part of the Musician in residence program (funded by the Australia Council, the NSW Ministry for the Arts and Waverley Council).

Major activities at the Pavilion:

Festivals: Many of the festivals put on by the Community Centre are free or with a small fee. Free Senior Citizens Concerts held each month.

Theatre: The theatre is booked throughout the year and is utilised by a diverse group including arts festivals, film festivals, multicultural groups, theatre productions and one off concerts and events.

Gallery: Booked throughout the year with a new exhibitions every two weeks. There are an exciting range of exhibitions including photography, paintings and illustrations, ceramics and sculpture.

Classes: Classes are available for both children and adults and include arts, crafts, dance, music, fitness, martial arts, yoga & meditation and pottery classes. There are also various workshops and shows in our school holiday activities programs.

Functions: Bondi Pavilion Community Cultural Centre has rooms available for hire. Weddings, parties, performances, workshops, seminars, fundraising events and celebrations. Phone the Community Cultural Centre for further information. (02) 8362 3400

Bondi Pavilion overlooking the beach, houses a gallery & theatre & hosts major festivals and performances each year. The gallery is a community access space managed by Bondi Pavilion Cultural Centre. The gallery is booked throughout the year with a new exhibition every two weeks. 

 
 

Artist: Bondi Pavilion Community Cultural Centre
The Bondi Pavilion Community Cultural Centreís mission is to create opportunities and provide facilities for all sections of the community to engage in a range of art and cultural activities as a means of fostering community artistic and cultural deve
Date: 01 Dec 2004 - 31 Jan 2005

Artist: School Holiday Programmes
There will be carol singing and dance numbers to put everyone in the Christmas spirit!
Date: 01 Dec 2004 - 31 Jan 2005

Artist: Various
The Gallery is open 10.00 am - 5.00 pm each day with free admission. A video installation with a three tiered socio-aesthetic investigation into space & place: Screen one: Aerial view of outback Australia & Broken Hill topography.
Date: 01 Dec 2004 - 31 Jan 2005

Artist: Various
Stroll down the beach and try some of the great classes and activities at the Pavilion.
Date: 01 Dec 2004 - 30 Jun 2005

Artist: Mob of Mukata
An exhibition of wearable art Beanies, works on paper, ceramics, and batik from Ernabella Arts, SA.
Date: 10 Jul 2004 - 24 Jul 2004

Artist: Group
When is the last time you spent a couple of hours lying in the grass watching the clouds and kites drift by, or enjoying a free multicultural concert with the sound of waves crashing in the background?
Date: 14 Sep 2003

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