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We continue to closely monitor and adhere to advice issued by NSW Health and the Australian Government Department of Health and we are grateful to be able to welcome you to our venue. Your safety is our highest priority and we continue to ensure we are doing the most we can to maintain the safety of all our patrons.

We have guidelines and measures in place to ensure your visit is safe, enjoyable and that you can feel comfortable knowing that your wellbeing is cared for. See below for the full list of measures in place.


Wear a fitted mask

QR code check in & vaccination status check

What we are doing:

  • All visitors (patrons, artists, students, contractors, staff, volunteers and other personnel) must register their attendance on site using the Service NSW QR Codes located near the entry points
  • Auditorium doors for Theatre shows will open early to allow audience members to head directly to their seat and avoid overcrowding the foyers.
  • Our floors will be marked to manage queuing and movement throughout.
  • Hand sanitiser will be available throughout the venue.
  • Masks are available from reception - and are required in all areas of the venue except while eating and drinking.

What you can do:

  • Please do not attend if you feel unwell, are experiencing any symptoms of COVID and/or have been in contact with a confirmed case or await COVID test results.
  • Remain in your allocated seating.
  • Practise physical distancing whilst in the building.
  • Practise good hand hygiene by washing your hands and using hand sanitiser regularly.
  • Please listen to the requests of our staff, they are working to keep us all safe.
  • Cashless payments are preferred.
  • We encourage the use of masks to help protect our community.

We are the largest arts venue in Western Sydney and you can feel safe knowing that it is very easy to maintain physical distancing.

For those of you unable to attend in person, our digital program continues and we are pleased to be able to share some of our artist interviews and public programs, live streaming of some events, 3D virtual tours, online galleries, workshops plus more. Check out this webpage for the full program. Plus for those parents at home with kids please check out our art activities page with loads of activities for the kids to do at home. Check out the video, art activity worksheets and creativity packs here.

You can also take a virtual tour (thanks to our friends from Google) which will allow you to experience some of our exhibitions in a different way - from wherever you are. You'll be able to revisit some of our exhibitions - LOSS, Kerry Toomey - Munduhii and George Gittoes: on being there.

The Casula Parklands are also open and are adjacent to Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre. There is a walk along the Georges River that you can enjoy. Our galleries are open with plenty of  space.