Enfield Community Centre

Everything you need to know about Enfield Community Centre, including programs and activities, opening hours, available facilities and how to hire a space.

Welcome to Enfield Community Centre

Everyone is welcome at Enfield Community Centre, a safe and inclusive place where you can join in with social activities and sports, access support, and experience cultural celebrations.

It’s an active, thriving centre that caters for the needs of many social groups and individuals, including local residents from diverse backgrounds and ages. Enfield is one of the fastest growing multicultural communities in the City of PAE, with arrivals from India, the United Kingdom, Afghanistan and China making up a fair percentage of the population.

The community centre was opened on 12 May 1998 by then Mayor Johanna McLuskey. Before the City of Port Adelaide Enfield took on ownership and management, the site was part of the Nailsworth High School.

Location and opening times

Address: 540 Regency Road, Enfield
Phone: 8405 6556
Open: 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday, with regular groups meeting after hours on weekends

Programs and activities

Explore a diverse range of programs including disability support, cooking, community lunches, children’s playgroups, art and dance groups, church groups, classes for yoga, fitness and tai chi, Taekwondo, badminton and basketball.

Download the Enfield Community Centre Activities Guide
Download the programs and activities guide

One of the most popular programs is the Wonder and Wisdom Intergenerational Playgroup, which is held at Enfield Community Centre every Thursday during school terms from 10.30am to 12pm.

This unique playgroup brings together children, parents, caregivers and senior community members to learn through educational play. It provides a fun environment for children to explore new experiences and socialise, and for seniors to share their knowledge and find joy in watching the children play.

Hiring the community centre

Located eight minutes north of Adelaide, Enfield Community Centre is set on a large parcel of land with plenty of open space, ample car parking and fitness equipment. There are three large meeting rooms, a creche, hall and kitchen facilities, and a fully equipped stadium suitable for a range of indoor sports. There’s an accessible toilet in the building. Groups can request to hire Enfield Community Centre for regular meetings or activities.

Enfield Community Centre is not available for parties or urgent hire.

Request to book Enfield Community Centre

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Frequently asked questions

Many buses go past the centre, including the Circle line. The stop is number 18 on Regency Road. The community bus also stops at the centre.

The centre is not staffed on public holidays, but it may be open for hirers who have pre-approved bookings.

No. Enfield Community Centre is not available for parties. View our halls for hire instead. The Lefevre Community Stadium and the Lights Community and Sports Centre also offer children's parties.

No. You don’t need to pay to visit Enfield Community Centre, but there may be costs associated with joining a group or attending a class.

Absolutely! We’re always on the lookout for volunteers to help us welcome visitors to the centre, and run classes or group activities. Check out our volunteer page for current opportunities.