Baringa Community Centre

Heart of Baringa unites growing community.

The Baringa Community Centre which opened in 2019 is a vibrant haven for events, meetings, cultural activities and learning.

The community centre was designed and funded by council in partnership with Stockland to provide a central meeting place for the community.

It provides a dedicated space for local people to gather and connect with each other - key to establishing thriving communities.

This centre was the final stage of the Baringa Community Hub Pilot Project, which was created in partnership with the State Government, council and Stockland to promote the shared use of state and local government assets and resources

The Baringa Community Centre is perfectly positioned adjacent to the town square, youth plaza and park and conservation areas, offering the community so much to enjoy and explore from one central location.

Baringa Community Centre Fast Facts

  • the community centre includes three multi-purpose rooms, used for a range of purposes include play group, an art space, office areas, meeting rooms, a kitchen as well as a reception area, covered entry and foyer area. It also includes outdoor activity spaces
  • the building’s design achieves best practice in environmentally sustainable outcomes, with natural ventilation, solar power and rainwater collection and re-use
  • the Baringa Community Centre was the final element of the Baringa Community Hub, a network of contemporary and high-quality facilities for all
  • the Baringa Community Hub supports the delivery of council’s Environment and Liveability Strategy, which aims to transform the Sunshine Coast into a network of self-contained, compact neighbourhoods with access to community facilities, open space (sport and recreation) and commercial centres.
Sunshine Coast Council acknowledges the Sunshine Coast Country, home of the Kabi Kabi peoples and the Jinibara peoples, the Traditional Custodians, whose lands and waters we all now share.
We commit to working in partnership with the Traditional Custodians and the broader First Nations (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) community to support self-determination through economic and community development.
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