Wentworth Point Community Centre and Library

Wentworth Point Community Centre and Library Artists Depiction, Marina Square

Community workshop: 25 March 2017

On Saturday 25 March, the City of Parramatta Council will be holding a community workshop to seek feedback on the design of the spaces and services that will be offered in the new Wentworth Point Community Centre and Library that will open in 2018. 

At the workshop, City of Parramatta Council will talk you through the proposed plans and designs for the spaces. There will also be an opportunity for you to share your ideas on how the spaces could be used by you and the community. Council staff will be on hand to listen to and answer any questions participants may have. 

Venue: The Pulse Function Room, 9 The Crescent, Wentworth Point
Time: Registration: 12:45pm; Workshop: 1pm - 2:30pm 
Light refreshments provided. Places are limited. 

RSVP by 5pm on Wednesday 22 March to:
e: wentworthpointlibrary@cityofparramatta.nsw.gov.au
p: 02 9806 5528

Can’t attend the workshop? Complete our online survey before Sunday 26 March.



Work is underway to create a new library and community centre for the community of Wentworth Point at Footbridge Boulevard next to the Bennelong Bridge. The ground and first floors, comprising 3200 square metres within the new residential apartment block, have been allocated for this major new community facility.

The developer initiated work on the project with the former Auburn Council in 2014 as part of a voluntary planning agreement. Following Council amalgamations in May 2016, Wentworth Point became part of the City of Parramatta making it the City of Parramatta’s responsibility to complete.

The community of Wentworth Point and its surrounds have grown substantially since the plans for the community centre and library were first discussed and we are keen to engage with as many residents as possible. Upon inspection of the building work in October 2016, City of Parramatta identified some areas where the Centre's design need further resolution. These design matters are likely to impact the delivery date of the Centre and also aspects of the final design.

The City of Parramatta is working to identify solutions and will conduct further community consultation regarding the interior design of the building’s spaces as part of reaching a solution, particularly with respect to the northern end of the facility. Community consultation will occur between March - April 2017.

What this means for the project?

Resolving the design will mean that the opening of the Centre will be delayed until 2018.

Next Steps

Next steps for the project include City of Parramatta:

  • working with the developer to finalise the building works
  • conducting further community consultation regarding the interior design of the spaces and services.

How will I be updated about the project?

The City is committed to working with the Wentworth Point community and will provide regular updates on the project as it progresses.

More information

e: wentworthpointlibrary@cityofparramatta.nsw.gov.au