You can find us on the corner of Rintoul & Colombo Sts, Newtown, Wellington. Phone us on (04) 389 4786.
Nau Mai, Haere Mai! Welcome to the Newtown Community & Cultural Centre
The Newtown Community and Cultural Centre was established in 1977. The centre is located on the corner of Colombo and Rintoul Streets, just opposite the Salvation Army Family Store. Its central location in the heart of Newtown makes it the perfect venue for the wide range of classes, activities and events we have on offer. Check out the ‘Weekly Timetable’ section of this website for more info!
Need to hire a venue?
The Community Centre has a theatre, a dance hall, and meeting rooms available for casual or regular hire at competitive rates. We also manage the Newtown Hall on Daniell St (opposite the Mediterranean Food Warehouse), with full kitchen and bathroom facilities, this stand-alone hall is the ideal venue for classes, meetings, and your next special event.
The Our Town Newtown Community Facility Upgrade Process is in a new phase now that we have hired architects, WSP OPUS. We had our first workshop of three on Saturday 28th July with the newly hired architects. It went super well! Thanks to everyone who came along!
If you weren't able to make it, we'd love to hear your thoughts on what we upgrades we should carry out to the three buildings Newtown Community Centre, Network Newtown & Newtown Hall in this quick survey.
If you need a refresh on the project, you can see a wee history on our website here. In short, Wellington City Council are carrying out $3.4m in upgrades to the three buildings, NCCC, Network Newtown and Newtown Hall on Daniell St.
What's going on in Newtown
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