A Space for our Community

 

If you’re an SCCU community or business customer, you can access the awesome new conference and meeting room facilities within our Kingscliff Corporate Service Centre. With views of Kingscliff beach, our rooms can be booked out individually or you can use the entire space. Not an SCCU customer? Join us now and experience true community banking!

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The Mirrabooka Room

The Mirrabooka room is the largest of our 3 meeting rooms. There’s seating for up to 20 guests and a separate balcony with ocean views; perfect for use as a breakout space. Booking includes:

  • 82 inch UHD TV
  • High definition projector
  • WiFi
  • Printer
  • Lectern
  • White board
  • Flip chart
The Mirrabooka Room
The Burragah and Wollumbin Rooms

Both these rooms are great for smaller meetings, seating up to 6 guests in each. Booking includes:

  • 48 inch UHD TV
  • WiFi
  • Printer
The Burragah and Wollumbin Rooms
Kitchen & Lounge Area

Each meeting room has access to our lounge area and kitchenette which includes, tea & coffee machine, microwave, dishwasher, cutlery, serving platters, glasses, and fridge. Extra tables are available if needed for catering.

Kitchen & Lounge Area

Marquee Hire

 

We also have SCCU branded marquees available for local community groups to use for free. Each marquee is 3m x 4.5m with a removable back wall for extra wind and rain protection.  Pick-up is from either our Lismore or Kingscliff finacnaial service centres based on availability. To hire these, fill out your details below and we’ll confirm availability with you.

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"Sea Turtles are often presented due to swallowing fishing line, hooks and plastic, and injuries such as boat strike. Whilst the expert team at Byron Bay Wildlife Hospital can undertake life-saving surgeries, the recovery and rehabilitation is critical in the process. The grant from SCCU will allow us to build a Sea Turtle Recovery Dry Docking facility, which will mean that our cases recover fully and quickly, and can be released back into the ocean where they belong"
Stephen Van Mil - Founder and CEO, Byron Wildlife Hospital
"The Pottsville Beach Community Hall is the only large indoor community venue in the Pottsville area. The hall benefits many people in our village and is hired on a regular basis for weekly activities; Pottsville Beach Neighbourhood Centre Cook-up team, dance studio, adult exercise classes, yoga, senior life ball activities and regular Sunday church services. The hall is also used for many community events including the annual Miss Pottsville Ball and RSL ceremonies. The SCCU Grant providing the installation of a commercial dishwasher will be of great benefit to hall hirers for functions and the Pottsville Beach Neighbourhood Centres’ Cook-Up team who distribute meals to people in need every week.  The timely installation of a commercial dishwasher will also be an enormous help to our volunteer ‘dishwasher-uppers’ at our Christmas Day community lunch."
Janet Tkachenko - Pottsville Beach Community Hall Inc
"This grant provides us with a welcome boost to introduce the Impactful Youth Project into the Northern Rivers region. We’ve been conducting camps in Queensland for seven years, and we’re ready to introduce them to our own region. To have received the endorsement of SCCU means there is support for it to be expanded to this region. That’s exciting for us, because we consider the training of young people as sacred and important at this time. The more we can provide them with resources to contribute to a stronger humanity the stronger they will feel to lead our communities into the future.”
Kirsty Greenshields - Impactful Youth Project
'The recycling machines that will be purchased with this funding are an amazing asset for our community. They will help to reduce plastic waste and will give us a platform to provide education about the recycling process, the critical need to reduce plastic consumption, and to inform our community about non-recyclable plastics. Also, anyone with the desire to learn how to operate the machines safely will be able to use them to create products, thus supporting our local economy. We are incredibly grateful to SCCU for supporting our endeavour to create a community-access plastic recycling centre and are proud to be one of six local organisations that have received funding to 'Create a Better Future for the Northern Rivers'.
Holly Gano - Precious Plastic
“The grant gives us the opportunity to further develop a product here in the Northern Rivers region that will benefit local industry, and contribute to a regional research hub that may provide contamination remediation solutions for the global market in years to come. It encourages us to take the first step in what we hope is a long journey.”  
Grant Brown - GCB Environmental
On behalf of the members of the Cudgen Rural Fire Brigade a sincere thanks to the Southern Cross Credit Union for their recent generous donation of $839.00 The funds will be put towards the costs of fitting map lights and hard wiring in a GPS, an Ipad, and accessory charging sockets in the Cudgen Cat 7 Fie appliance. These items will greatly assist in our fire fighting duties. Your support is very much appreciated. Many thanks! Judy Eglington Secretary / Treasurer
Cudgen Rural Fire Brigade