LOT 71 Maxwell St, Bell QLD 4408, Australia

Cafes, Clubs, Entertainment, Senior Citizen Center

Cafe, Food

(07) 4663 1087


Open Hours

Monday 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Saturday 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Sunday Closed

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Bell Bunya Community Centre

About the business

Bell Bunya Community Centre – at the base of the Bunya Mountains

Welcome to the Bell Bunya Community Centre, home of great coffee, tourist information and the Bluebelles Art Gallery.

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P Oriel said 4 years ago
I highly recommend the Bell Bunya Community Centre as a workshop venue for your organisation. I recently booked the centre for an afternoon with 35 people in attendance. The meeting area easily fits that amount however the Centre’s team suggested we utilise the gallery space if we wanted to. This proved to be an inspiring approach as attendees sat in big circle (just chairs) surrounded by beautiful art pieces which energised the workshop’s discussion and outcomes. The meeting room was still utilised as a break out area for smaller group discussions and initially to meet for lunch. The luncheon is a great choice for catering large groups as it was delicious and generous with varied choices featuring local produce including rare Rosella jam that delighted many attendees (do arrive with an appetite). The Centre’s team was helpful and friendly from beginning to end. There is a lot of parking available and sparkling clean amenities. If your organisation is holding conferences or workshops in the area or is just travelling through the area, it is well worth utilising the Bell Bunya Community Centre, particularly as a first meeting place before moving on to wherever your accommodation or further workshop proceedings may be.
Elizabeth Garnett said 4 years ago
Great visit today to the Community Centre with a group of 17. Best scones and Rosella jam you will get anywhere. We all enjoyed browsing through the Art Gallery and at the hand made craft. Call in on the way to the Bunyas or just for a drive one day. Well done to all the volunteers who keep the Centre going.
Tanya Ernst said 4 years ago
Lovely, friendly service. Beautiful scones & homemade things.
Timmy Supaman said 4 years ago
Heaps of info. Every helpfull
Bev Gibson said 4 years ago
Lovely community centre. Very talented artist's work on show in gallery and beautiful crafts. Pies and quiches made on site

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