St Barnabas Church

COVID-19 Update

Council’s Community Centres are Halls continue to be open to permanent and regular user groups across the Central Coast. Hire continues to be subject to State Government Covid19 restrictions and each hire group having a Covid19 Safety Plan.

The following halls are open for casual hire to the public subject to booking availability - Chain Valley Bay Community Hall, Kincumber School of Arts, Kulnura Pioneer Memorial Hall, San Remo Neighbourhood Centre, Sohier Park Community Hall, St Barnabas Church, Summerland Point Community Hall and Tuggerah Hall.

At this stage Council are not accepting single-use/casual hire bookings for Council managed Community Centres & Halls.

Booking enquiries please contact or 1300 463 954.

For the most up-to-date information on changes to Council events and services visit our frequently updated news page.

St Barnabas Church  is one of the Central Coast's most historic buildings. St Barnabas Church opened in 1885 and was constructed by community volunteers from local timbers and displays lancet windows. St Barnabas Church was added to the New South Wales State Heritage Register on 2 April 1999. It is available for weddings, christenings, funerals and meetings. Please note that you are required or organise your own minister or celebrant.

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43561895 or 43561586

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1669 Yarramalong Road
Yarramalong Pass NSW 2259
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Last updated : Thu 21 Nov 2019