Monday to Thursday

9.00am - 4.30pm


9.00am - 12.00pm

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Murwillumbah Community Centre.

 Committed to the principles of community development

celebrates diversity and grows together

Murwillumbah Community Centre.

A safe, connected community that celebrates diversity and grows together.


Murwillumbah Community Centre.

We are a community managed registered charity based in Knox Park, Murwillumbah

A safe, connected community that celebrates diversity and grows together

Murwillumbah Community Centre

The Murwillumbah Community Centre Inc (MCC) is a centrally located not-for-profit, community-based organisation which provides a diverse mix of social support services and facilities for the Tweed shire community, with a particular focus on Murwillumbah and its surrounding localities.

MCC is committed to the principles of equity, access, participation and community development, and is dedicated to providing a safe, inclusive and welcoming environment for the local community that celebrates diversity and encourages health and wellbeing, social interaction, respect, and the sharing of knowledge and joy.

The Community Centre operates from four sites all situated in the beautiful Knox Park precinct

Community HUB

Murwillumbah Community Centre provides general, financial, legal, tenancy and other services.

Nullum House

Drop in and social inclusion centre, providing free meal programs, activities and homeless support.

Youth Centre

We deliver and manage a range of high quality youth programs and activities from our youth space.

Food HUB

Free and low cost food through the community pantry, cooking classes, training and skill development.

Indigenous Services

We offer Aboriginal family support, Kids Caring For Country After School Program and more.

Venue Hire

Do you need to hold a meeting, workshop or function? We have rooms and offices for hire.

Get in Touch. Get Involved.


Nullum St (Knox Park), Murwillumbah NSW 2484

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