Draft Community and Cultural Facilities Strategy

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Consultation for our Community and Cultural Facilities Strategy ended on 7 January 2024. Thank you to everyone who contributed. An engagement summary is available to download in the 'Documents' section of this webpage. Your feedback will help shape our updated Community and Cultural Facilities Strategy, which is expected to be presented to Council for public exhibition in early 2025.

Lake Macquarie City Council owns and operates 95 community and cultural facilities across the city. This includes community halls, multipurpose centres, childcare facilities, Scout halls, Meals on Wheels centres, and libraries.

As our city continues to grow and develop, it is important that our community and cultural facilities grow and change with us, so we can continue to meet the needs of our community now and into the future.


Consultation for our Community and Cultural Facilities Strategy ended on 7 January 2024. Thank you to everyone who contributed. An engagement summary is available to download in the 'Documents' section of this webpage. Your feedback will help shape our updated Community and Cultural Facilities Strategy, which is expected to be presented to Council for public exhibition in early 2025.

Lake Macquarie City Council owns and operates 95 community and cultural facilities across the city. This includes community halls, multipurpose centres, childcare facilities, Scout halls, Meals on Wheels centres, and libraries.

As our city continues to grow and develop, it is important that our community and cultural facilities grow and change with us, so we can continue to meet the needs of our community now and into the future.


Page last updated: 13 Feb 2024, 09:21 AM