Frequently Asked Questions about the Casula Powerhouse.

We would like to acknowledge the Cabrogal Clan of the Darug Nation as the traditional custodians of the land that now resides within the Liverpool City Council’s boundaries. We acknowledge that this land was also accessed by peoples of the Dhurawal and Dharuk Nations.

What is Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre?

Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre is a multi-disciplinary arts centre that has six galleries (with changing exhibitions produced and presented by Casula Powerhouse), a 326-seat theatre, artist studios, Clayhouse Ceramics Studio, live-in facilities for artists, internal and external public artworks, collection storage facility, retail areas including café and bar, and green open spaces. Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre runs a multi-disciplinary arts program that includes exhibitions, theatre, live music, dance, workshops, seminars and education programs

Where is it?

The Casula Powerhouse is located at 1 Powerhouse Road, Casula (right next door to Casula Station).

How do I get there?


To get to the Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre from Sydney, take the M5 to Liverpool. Take exit the Moorebank exit (first Liverpool exit), and turn right towards Liverpool. Turn left onto Newbridge Road, left onto Speed Street, then follow the signage to Casula Powerhouse, the Casula Powerhouse is now located at the end of Casula Powerhouse Road.

From Campbelltown take Hume Highway towards Liverpool. Turn right at Terminal Road towards Liverpool, take the first left onto Speed Street, then follow the signage along Shepherd Street to Casula Powerhouse Road.


Casula Powerhouse next door to Casula Station. First stop after Liverpool (from Sydney) or Glenfield (from Campbelltown).

Is there parking?

There is ample free parking at the Centre including bus parking zones.

Can I get something to eat there?

The on-site restaurant, Bellbird, serves delicious food from Head Chef Federico Rekowski, with a menu that changes weekly with fresh, locally sourced ingredients. On theatre nights and major events during the day, the licensed bar will be open.

What are the opening hours?

Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre is open seven days:
Weekdays: 9am - 5pm
Weekends: 9am - 4pm

We are closed public holidays.
The Centre is occasionally closed for major events – if this is the case the information will be posted on our website and advertised in local press.

Does it cost anything to visit?

Visiting the Centre is free and most of our exhibitions and events are also free of charge. Theatre shows have ticket prices ranging from $10 - $50 depending on the production. Some events and workshops also have a fee. All prices are advertised on our website and on promotional material.

How do I book tickets?

Tickets can be booked in one of three ways:

  • Via our website – www.casulapowerhouse.com/booknow 
  • Over the phone – on 02 9824 1121
  • In person – at the Casula Powerhouse Box Office
  • Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre accepts Visa, Mastercard, Cash, Cheque and Eftpos

Who manages Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre?

The Centre is a cultural facility of Liverpool City Council. All staff are Council employees. The Centre has a Board composed of Councillors, community members and key Council staff who advise on operations.

How can I get more involved?

The Centre is a cultural facility of Liverpool City Council. All staff are Council employees. The Centre has a Board composed of Councillors, community members and key Council staff who advise on operations. 

Volunteer Program

Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre currently runs a volunteer program, this program will provide members of the public the opportunity to get involved in Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre exhibitions, public programs and events. Our next volunteer briefing is on Saturday 2 June at 6pm, for more information or to register please contact reception.

Donate through the Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre Trust Fund

The Casula Powerhouse Trust Fund is a tax deductible fund listed on the Register of Cultural Organisations under Subdivision 30-B of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997 and all donations over $2 will receive a charitable tax receipt.
All donations will be recognised in our PARTNERS page of the website, and in our 6-monthly edition of Generator.

How can I regularly find out what is on?

Information on what’s on at the Casula Powerhouse is updated on the website weekly. Visit www.casulapowerhouse.com for everything that is coming up.

In the middle of each month the Casula Powerhouse will send out a ‘what’s on’ email that gives you an overview of all projects to be held the following month. To subscribed to this mailing list just visit www.casulapowerhouse.com and click on the ‘Get involved’ link at the top of the page.

If the enquiry is specifically about theatre, our theatre brochure is available at the start of each season and can be picked up from the Casula Powerhouse front desk or can be viewed online at www.casulapowerhouse.com

What is there for my children to do?

At the Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre we provide lots of fun things for kids to do and see:

Kids Studio

Our Kids Studio is open to the public (except when the space is booked for other classes), with a range of free art materials on hand for kids to create with.

Kids Gallery

The Kids Gallery is an exhibition space dedicated exclusively to the creative work of children and young people to inspire people of all ages.

School Holiday Program

School holidays are always fun-filled with our special program of art, craft and clay activities designed for school kids and pre-schoolers. After working alongside new friends, kids get to take home everything they make.

Kids & Carers Club

In this weekly playgroup at Casula Powerhouse, kids and carers participate in a different art activity each time to create together and connect with other locals.

The Way Out West (WOW) Festival for Children

Held over four days, this event is a FREE annual children’s art festival held at Casula Powerhouse over four days, where children can explore their creative imaginations in a fun and inspiring atmosphere. The program includes lots of theatre shows, art-making workshops and a disco for 3 – 5 year olds.

Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre also has a wide range of children's performances as part of our main-stage season. Pick up a copy of our theatre program to find out more!

Are there for facilities for people with disabilities?

The Centre is fully wheelchair accessible, including toilet facilities and a lift to all floors. We have a hearing loop in our theatre. We are happy to accommodate companion animals including providing water. We provide many workshops and tours for people with a disability and have recently started introducing Auslan interpretation to selected theatre productions.

Casula Powerhouse runs bi-monthly art classes for people living with mild to moderate physical and intellectual disabilities. Classes are $5 per participant, carers are free, for more information please visit our website.

Do you collect artwork?

Casula Powerhouse has a permanent collection. If you are interested in donating to the collection, or having your works considered for purchase please contact the Director.

I would like to exhibit in your space – how do I do this?

If you are interested in exhibiting your art at Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre, please forward your proposal to us. You can find all the necessary information on our website on the following link:

Can I hire your venue?

Casula Powerhouse has a number of spaces available for hire for your next conference, meeting, function, or community event.

Spaces available for hire include:

  • Performance Space – ideal for workshops, meetings and presentations. Includes audio visual equipment. Seats up to 100 people (lecture style)
  • Turbine Hall – ideal for cocktail functions, expos and launches. Can hold up to 300 people comfortably for cocktail functions.
  • Theatre – 326 seat professional theatre, ideal for performance, cultural showcases, conferences and dance concerts.
  • Studio Spaces – ideal for small, hands-on art/craft workshops or as a small breakout space for conferences/meetings.

    Please contact Nikki Akbar on (02) 9824 1121 for further information.

Can I book for a tour or excursion?

Yes you can, bookings are managed online. To book for a tour, excursion or workshop please visit the education bookings section of our website EDUCATION > MAKE A BOOKING

Here you can find our venue safety information as well as fill out a form notifying us of what kind of excursion you would like. To self-tour is free, however please note that tours and workshops are charged at a cost of $45–$150 depending on the program. This is based on a class size of approximately 25.

Our education team can often cater to your group depending on your requirements, if you have specific curriculum or education outcomes please let us know.