Bunjil Place | Community Centre
Bunjil Place is the City of Casey's vibrant arts, cultural, community and civic centre.
Bunjil Place is an outdoor community plaza, theatre, multipurpose studio, function centre, library, gallery and City of Casey Customer Service Centre all in one place.
As the City of Casey's vibrant new entertainment precinct, it will be the creative and community heart of the region.
Bunjil Place extends beyond the building, it is embodied by the whole precinct; from the glass facade of the impressive foyer it extends across the landscape to the memorial grove, Casey ARC and surrounds.
With so many spaces, a variety of exciting and diverse entertainment options and activities are possible, enabling visitors to create their own experience.
WHERE YOU'LL FIND US
Drop your pin at Patrick Northeast Drive, Narre Warren. We're right next to Westfield Fountain Gate.
COMING FROM MELBOURNE?
If you're driving you can get to us via the Monash and South Gippsland Freeways and the Princes Highway, with links from other major arterials. We're no more than half an hour from most southern and eastern metro hubs including Frankston, Ringwood, Pakenham and the middle-ring suburbs, and an easy 40 minutes on the M1 from the CBD.
If you're using public transport jump on the Pakenham Line to Narre Warren Station. We're a 15-minute stroll or short local bus ride to Westfield Fountain Gate, just down the road.
With Bunjil Place being a new facility, adjusting the surrounding car parking requirements to better meet the needs of the precinct has been an ongoing process. That being said we are constantly making adjustments to better meet the needs of our customers.
❊ What's On ❊
❊ Address & Contact ❊
⊜ 2 Patrick Northeast Drive Narre Warren | Map
✆ +613 9709 9700
❊ Web Links ❊
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