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  • Find a hall

    Check the list of halls and centres to find one that suits your needs. Click on the relevant facility name to see photos, how many people it can hold and what facilities and equipment it offers.

    Fees and charges

    Check hire fees - download our Neighbourhood Facilities 2016-17 Fees and Charges (accessible pdf 79KB). This list applies from 1 July 2016 and overrides all previously listed fees.

    Council will pass on a 0.5% surcharge on all credit card transactions. A public holiday surcharge may apply should Council incur any additional costs. Some other additional fees and charges may also be incurred. Please refer to the Terms and Conditions of Hire for further information.

    Terms and conditions

    Read the full Terms and Conditions of Hire for Casual / Regular Hire (pdf 113KB) or the Terms and Conditions of Hire for a Function (pdf 120KB).

    Some important terms and conditions include:

    • You must be 21 years or older to book a hall.
    • Hire Fees are those that apply at the date of the event, not when you make a booking.
    • The hire fees are subject to change as of 1st July each financial year.
    • You will be required to pay a bond in addition to the hire fee.
    • Hire fees will apply from the time you gain access to the facility until the time that you set the alarm when you leave.
    • You are required to attend the event for the duration of the booking or until such time as all guest have left and the alarm is set.
    • You must ensure that there will be a ratio of 1 person over 21 years of age for every 10 guests under 21 years of age.
    • Additional fees will apply if you don't set the alarm correctly at the end of your event.
    • You will be required to pay for all costs associated with repairing any damage or vandalism that occurred during the booking period, including any damage or vandalism caused by uninvited guests.
    • You cannot return to the hall the next day to clean up.
    • Council is not responsible for personal property that is lost, stolen or damaged in the course of the event.
    • Amusement rides, jumping castles, jukeboxes, hired karaoke equipment, portable stages etc can be used, with Council's agreement. You will be responsible for ensuring that the provider of this equipment has current Public Liability Insurance for no less than $10,000,000. This equipment cannot be left at the hall overnight.
    • You are responsible for the safety of your guests. Adequate supervision and security must be in place during your event.
    • You are responsible for the conduct of everyone attending the event and must have strategies in place to manage anti-social behavior and gatecrashers.
    • You must ensure that the number of people who attend the event does not exceed the maximum capacity of the facility.
    • You must register the event with the Police if alcohol is going to be consumed at the event.
    • You must leave the hall in a clean condition. You will need to sweep the floors, damp mop any spillage, clean and tidy the kitchen and toilets, and put away tables and chairs. All rubbish is to be placed in the external garbage bins.
    • Council can request that special arrangements for security management be organised and paid for by the hirer.
    • Council has the right to decline a booking.
    • Cancellations must be made in writing. Cancellation fees may apply.
    • Additional fees may apply if the Hire Agreement is breached.
    • Please Note: Additional restrictions or conditions may apply at committee-managed Neighbourhood Facilities.

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