Community Centres have now re-opened. Please be aware we will operate under a different service delivery model in accordance with the South Australian Government Stage 1 restrictions and social distancing guidelines. For user group information or programming please contact the centre directly or follow their Facebook page. Thank you for your ongoing support.
Opening Hours Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm
The Youth Development Officers may be off site facilitating programs if so please call 0477 993 372.
Closed on public holidays.
This service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and anyone can access it with a wifi enabled device.
To connect to the service, just search your wireless networks, select 'CCS-CommunityCentre', enter 'community' for the password, and read and accept the terms and conditions.
Interested in running a community activity at The Brocas?
We would love to hear from:
- young people keen to get a local project off the ground
- young people who want to make a positive difference in their community
- young people who have a new or quirky activity, program or event idea
The Brocas is available for youth (12-25yrs) specific groups or youth specific organisations to hire.
See our venue hire spaces
If you're looking for space to run a community program, workshop or activity, please complete the online form:
Brocas Space for Hire for Workshop
Events and Activities
The Brocas is a youth specific community space that offers community led activities, programs and events and connects young people to what the West has to offer.
THE BROCAS - SPACES FOR HIRE
MAIN BUILDING - HOUSE
Suitable for small workshops / small trainings / meetings
Set up options:
Suitable for workshop breakout / casual meetings
Suitable for small meetings / counselling
Suitable for one on one meetings / counselling / study / work
Fishbowl – upstairs – no lift available
Suitable for meetings / small workshops
Warehouse – open space
Suitable for events / functions / workshops
Set up options:
Suitable for cooking classes / catering use for warehouse hire
Hirers are to supply all perishable items, including milk and own tea towels and dish cloths
Skate Deck Art Project
What happens when a love for art and skate boarding collide? You get an awesome opportunity for your art to be part of a community art installation at the new St Clair Skate Park, due for completion later this year.
Skateboarding and art communities are subcultures who often influence one another while seeking to express themselves and reinterpret the world around them. Through the Skateboard Community Art we are asking for young people to transform the surface of the skateboard into a platform of expression.
What do I need to do? Get designing. Once designs/artworks have been submitted, a selection will be chosen, printed onto specialised art skateboard decks and created into a community art installation and resulting exhibition. The Skateboard Community Art project is open to all young people aged 12-25 years of age who live, study, work and/or play in the City of Charles Sturt. For further information and how to take part, visit the link below or call Mel on 0417865094 or email firstname.lastname@example.org