Matraville Youth and Cultural Hall

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Randwick Council has allocated funds in Council’s Budget for 2020-21 to build a new hall at the site of the Matraville Youth & Cultural Hall on Knowles Avenue, Matraville.

The existing building dates from the 1960s, is in poor condition and is not serving the community well. It will be demolished and a new building constructed on the same site.

To help inform Council’s design for the new hall we’re seeking input from the community. Have you ever used the hall? What was your experience? What would make you use it in the future and what activities would you like to see offered?

Your feedback is important to ensure we can deliver a facility that works for the community and is sensitive to its residential setting.

Tell us your thoughts by:

Consultation period: 23 September to 13 October 2020.

The next stage of the project will be develop a design for the new hall using your feedback.

Randwick Council has allocated funds in Council’s Budget for 2020-21 to build a new hall at the site of the Matraville Youth & Cultural Hall on Knowles Avenue, Matraville.

The existing building dates from the 1960s, is in poor condition and is not serving the community well. It will be demolished and a new building constructed on the same site.

To help inform Council’s design for the new hall we’re seeking input from the community. Have you ever used the hall? What was your experience? What would make you use it in the future and what activities would you like to see offered?

Your feedback is important to ensure we can deliver a facility that works for the community and is sensitive to its residential setting.

Tell us your thoughts by:

Consultation period: 23 September to 13 October 2020.

The next stage of the project will be develop a design for the new hall using your feedback.

  • Complete this survey to tell us what you think about the Matraville Youth and Cultural Hall. You need to be registered on this site to undertake this survey. 

    We will use your feedback to help us develop the design and function of the new community hall to ensure it best meets community need. 

    YOUR PRIVACY: We will not make public your personal details, but we may use and publish excerpts of your comments and feedback (without identifying details) as part of our community consultation analysis.

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