The centre was built as a memorial and opened in 1958. The memorial was proposed by the Returned Servicemen's Association (RSA), and it was a recipient from the Government's post-war 'pound for pound' war memorial fund. The RSA continued to contribute as a financial contributor and one of the main organising forces until 1992.
The Northland Memorial Community Centre has a Memorial Room upstairs that displays the history of the centre from the end of the Second World War to the present day, and celebrates the lives and achievements of local Northlanders.
5 Woburn Road, Northland
Office hours: 11am-5pm Monday-Friday
To find out what's on at Northland Memorial Community Centre, take a look at the calendar.
On street parking is available in front of the centre.
The Memorial Room has stairs and no access for people with limited mobility. The Main Hall and Lower Hall have good access.
| 300 people
| 57 people
| 50 people
Each hall has a kitchen.
To make a booking, contact:
Northland Memorial Community Centre
Rates are available on the Northland Memorial Community Centre website.