Whitehorse City Council

Whitehorse Centre

The Whitehorse Centre is the municipality's premier arts and cultural centre and is owned and run by Council. The Whitehorse Professional Theatre and Music Season showcases some of the best professional theatre from around the country. It is also a popular venue for many of the City of Whitehorse's performing arts groups.

The Whitehorse Centre presents a diverse program each year including plays, musicals, opera, ballet, shows for children, works by renowned Australian playwrights as well as new productions by emerging writers and performing arts companies.

WILD - Whitehorse Season 20182018 Professional Theatre Season – Wild

The Whitehorse Centre's 2018 season, titled Wild, features the fabulous cast of The Wharf Revue returning to the Whitehorse Centre in the only Melbourne performances of their latest show, plus incredible shows by the likes of star performers such as Nadine Garner, Bobby Fox, Phillip Gould, Nancye Hayes and Todd McKenney.

To find out what's on, book tickets or hire a room for a function, visit the Whitehorse Centre's website.

The Whitehorse Centre is located in parkland at the rear of the Council's Civic Centre at 397 Whitehorse Road, Nunawading (Melway ref: 48 G9). Car parking is available. 

If catching public transport, please note that the nearest train station is Nunawading Station, approximately seven minutes walk from the Whitehorse Centre.

Box Office Contact Details

Telephone: 9262 6555
Hours: 10am–4.30pm Monday to Friday and one hour prior to each Professional Theatre Season performance (closed on public holidays)
Email: tickets@whitehorse.vic.gov.au


Administration Office Contact Details

Telephone: 9262 6590
Hours: 9am–5pm Monday to Friday (closed on public holidays) 


Whitehorse Centre Interior
The Future of the Whitehorse Centre

Council unanimously voted at its meeting on Monday 18 July 2016 to retain the Whitehorse Centre as a key cultural venue in the municipality, rejecting a proposal to close the existing centre.

To read the Whitehorse Centre Business Case and the Community Opinion and Research Report, please visit the Whitehorse Centre website.