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communityyouthservicesGunnedah Shire Council Youth Services, assisting our young people with their future.
Whether it may be with Information, Education or giving them fun times and activities.
Youth Services believes in helping the young people of Gunnedah to expand their educational knowledge as well as their Cultural knowledge of their own background with the help and support of programs such as the Aboriginal Cultural Exchange as well as the Beach to Bush program.

For more information, please contact Natalie Soar, Youth Development Officer, Gunnedah Shire Council on 6740 2276.

GSCLibraryGunnedah Shire library is your gateway to enjoyment and lifelong reading and learning. It's a social meeting place where people can pursue their individual interests in a pleasant community setting.
The library has a large range of resources available for children and adults. As well as books, the library has collections of Large Print, talking books, CDs, DVDs, magazines, newspapers and Playaways. Public access computers, a photocopier/printer and wifi is also available.
The friendly library staff are always on hand to assist.
Toddler time, story time, author visits and special interest events will be noted on the Library Calendar.

GoCo Email Icon LARGEGoCo has over 25 years’ experience in supporting people and their carers living in rural and remote areas with improving their health and wellbeing.
We specialise in providing personalised care and support for people who want the freedom to live independently in the comfort of their own home. We focus on delivering home care services in rural NSW, including Gunnedah, Tamworth, Narrabri, Moree, Quirindi and everywhere in between.

For more information please see our page over at www.gococare.com.au

thecivichirefeesThe Civic cinema/theatre, built in 2001, has brand new digital projection, surround sound and its luxurious seats add to the pleasure of watching all the latest releases, as well as regular sessions of art-house and archival films. It also has a well equipped stage for touring and local theatrical productions and with its superb acoustics is a popular venue for live music. The auditorium accommodates 140 people. Its light and airy foyer is suitable for informal functions, and additional meetings and meal rooms are available within the complex.

For more information and to view all the films Now Showing and Coming Soon, please view The Civic Centre page of this website.

CulturalDevelopmentGunnedah has a vibrant art culture. The Civic Centre endeavours to reflect and enhance the values of its community and provide a range of venues for community gatherings, for cultural educational, professional, and commercial purposes.
We attract a broad audience offering a forum for quality cultural, education and entertainment through our programs, partnerships and venue hire.
The Civic Centre's Town Hall and Smithurst Theatre are available for events and functions. The Bicentennial Creative Arts Centre takes bookings for hire of its various spaces and The Civic Theatre is available for hire for commercial, professional, community, cultural and educational events.

For more information please see the Cultural Development page of this website.

australian aboriginal flagOur objectives are to provide a comprehensive, coordinated and integrated range of basic maintenance and support services for eligible clients, and to provide flexible services in culturally appropriate settings in order to engage eligible clients who do not ordinarily access services.

Our office is located at 80 Marquis Street, Gunnedah.

Office hours:
Tue: 9.30am – 5.30pm | Thu: 9.30am – 5.30pm
Wed: 9.30am – 5.30pm | Fri: 9.00am – 4.30pm

Contact Us:
Phone - 02 6740 2182
Mobile - 0427 868 203
Fax - 02 6740 2259

For more information please see our page over at www.gunnedah.nsw.gov.au