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Kooloora Community Centre Toilet Renovation

Kooloora Community Centre has recently received funding to renovate the toilets in the main hall. The renovation has now finished and the result is fully renovated modern toilets. The toilets are used by hundreds of visitors every week and they are a great, long needed improvement of our facility. The renovation was acknowledged by Mayor…

Community Services Afternoon Tea

You are invited to a local community services afternoon tea hosted by Matt Thistletwaite and Michael Daley. We are bringing together local, state, and federal service providers in the one place to assist you with any issues you may have. The details for the afternoon tea are:3PMThursday, 16th of March 2023Kooloora Community Centre167 Bilga Crescent,…

The King and Queen of Green

The King and Queen of Green really don’t like to see waste. Especially food waste! In compost, chooks and worms , the royal duo look at ways to reduce waste that ends up in the red bin and how we can recycle, reuse and reduce our waste by using composting, recycling and worm farms. Join…

Clutter: The good, the bad and the ugly

Did you know that approximately 6% of the Australian population live in cluttered environments. If this is you and you would like to know more about how you can reduce your clutter and restore functionality to your home, we invite you to a community information session. WHEN: Friday, 24 March 1:00-2:00pm WHERE: Kooloora Community Centre…


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Need help with your Energy Bill?

Energy Accounts Payment Assistant (EAPA) helps anyone in NSW experiencing a short term financial crisis or emergency to pay their electricity or natural gas bill.

At Kooloora, we have trained EAPA volunteers available for anyone requesting support due to financial hardship.

Overcoming poverty is not a gesture of charity. It is an act of justice. It is the protection of a fundamental human right, the right to dignity and a decent life.”

Nelson Mandela


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Kooloora Community Centre acknowledges the Gadigal and Bidjigal Clans,  who traditionally occupied the Sydney Coast. 

We respect those Elders, past and present, and thank them for allowing us to work and study on their lands.