The Bondi Pavilion in Sydney is a Community Centre with a Theatre, Gallery and Function Rooms
The Bondi Surf Pavilion is a building of historic significance constructed in 1928 and has been listed on the NSW State National Heritage Register. The pavilion is managed by Waverley Council and according to the National Trust it “has come to represent the Australian culture of beach bathing and outdoors living”.
Today the pavilion is still a community centre. It has a theatre, a gallery and rehearsal, meeting and function rooms. Many cultural and film festivals are held at the building, and shops, changing rooms and toilets are still available to the public.
What’s on at the Bondi Beach Surf Pavilion?
There is so much to see and do at the Bondi Pavilion. Everyone is welcome and there is something for everyone!
The Bondi Pavilion hosts a range of activities throughout the year including theatre productions, festivals, events, art exhibitions, regular classes and workshops, screenings and much more. To find out ‘What’s On’or for a list of activities visit the Bondi Pavilion and Beaches Events Calendar here.
Some of the events at the Bondi Pavilion include: (these will link to other pages on your site once they are drafted)
- Carols by the Sea
- Festival of the Winds
- Bondi Latin American Festival
- Ocean Pacifika Festival
For further information please contact the Bondi Pavilion on (02) 8362 3400.