Burrinja is a vibrant community cultural centre in the Dandenong Ranges with a clear, creative and community-based vision for the region: Building community through arts.
As a cultural hub for the Dandenong Ranges, Burrinja enables the development of new, experiential and distinctive arts practice, whilst providing continued support for existing art forms.
Each year the centre presents a diverse multi arts program of community events, exhibitions, workshops and performances to delight, inspire and enjoy. All happening in your local neighbourhood.
The centre offers gallery spaces, artists’ studios, a world-class collection of Indigenous and oceanic art, a 400 seat theatre, kids ‘stay and play’ art activities, rehearsal, making and meeting spaces and much, much more.
Please note: The cultural centre is a not-for-profit arts organisation and registered charity, incorporated in 1999. Burrinja is governed by an independent Board, which includes Yarra Ranges Council representation.
Car parking is available in the Burrinja Car Park which is situated off Matson Dve. Visitors to Burrinja are encouraged to consider carpooling when attending events and are asked to consider our neighbours when parking and leaving.
- Accessible parking
- Elevator access to the theatre, Black Box, upstairs gallery and lower level car park
- Burrinja Theatre has wheelchair allocated seating available on request
- Phonic Hearing Augmentation System (hearing loop) covers 90% of the theatre, works in conjunction with hearing aids with the appropriate switch setting
- Guide dogs are welcome
Eat & Drink
Snacks and refreshments are available pre-show at the Foyer Bar.