SunPAC: Sunnybank Performing Arts and Cultural Centre

Based on current Queensland Government advice, SunPAC is reopening for bookings from Sunday 12 July. To discuss your booking requirements, please contact SunPAC directly via their website.

Attendance will be limited to comply with social distancing requirements (4m2 per person). Improved hygiene and safety measures will be available throughout the venue.

View our Coronavirus: Council updates and impacts page for latest updates.

Sunnybank Performing Arts Centre (SunPAC) provides performing arts and entertainment to the people of Sunnybank and surrounding communities. 

Celebrating the local community through diverse and engaging events and experiences is a SunPAC commitment.

The venue includes:

  • a theatre with seating capacity for 300 people
  • stage
  • green room
  • rehearsal room
  • box office
  • free undercover parking.

History

Brisbane City Council worked in partnership with the Sunnybank Rugby Union Club Ltd, trading as Sunnybank Community and Sports Club, to deliver the SunPAC.

SunPAC is a multicultural performing arts centre located at 470 McCullough Street, Sunnybank.

Brisbane City Council and the Sunnybank Rugby Union Club Ltd contributed $5 million each to the development of SunPAC.

You can find the centre located adjacent to the club and fronts McCullough Street with a foyer joining the new centre to the existing club.

SunPAC officially opened on Saturday 15 October 2016.

SunPAC facility

SunPAC is available for hire.

There are a number of community groups that use SunPAC including:

  • conference organisers
  • touring performers
  • schools
  • local artists
  • dance schools
  • amateur theatre groups.

The theatre is a meeting place of community whether for:

  • art and culture
  • meetings and conferences
  • celebrations and private gatherings.

Bookings

For more information about bookings and events:

Last updated:19 June 2020