In this public talk by Khenpo Ngawang Dhamchoe – one of the most highly qualified and revered Buddhist masters in Australia
Woolloongabba’s beautifully renovated local heritage substation (1928) has concrete floors and exposed brick feature walls.
This large inner-city workshop space is ideal for arts and crafts groups, carpentry and construction. Kids can make a mess here and men’s groups will also love this environment..
This art space is home to HANDS ON ART. It is available for hire and perfect for any creative activity including art & photographic exhibitions, workshops, training and more.
Situated beneath Spring Hill Hall, this room is approx 12m square. It features wood veneer flooring, chairs, a dance rail and piano, mirrors and great lighting. There is also a small kitchenette with tea and coffee making facilities.
This large airy hall is conveniently located adjacent to a park and close to the city. Suitable for large groups looking for a venue that offers multipurpose functionality.
A large open space, great for any community activity. Close to the city and the Valley – easily accessible via Bowen Hills Train Station. Tables and chairs available, as well as two computers, and large whiteboards.
A large annexe room attached to Paddington Hall is available for separate hire. With its own air conditioning this space is appropriate for all kinds of activities such as meetings, classes etc and it also shares use of the hall kitchen.
Adjacent to Bowman Park, this hall is set back from the roadway, and is fully fenced with a small stage and wheelchair access. Suitable for groups with children, as well as meetings, workshops or classes.
Formerly Ithaca Library, this is an historic building now used by the public and community for meetings and leisure learning activities. The Hall has a kitchen, seating for 50 people, trestle tables and wheelchair access.
This hall is part of the Communify centre in Bardon. An airy north–easterly aspect: natural light with windows along both sides of Hall. Painted in fresh, appealing colours with a solid wooden, polished floor and stage area.
Located in the heart of Kelvin Grove Urban village, this space offers a range of venue options including meeting rooms, conference rooms, yoga space and training groups. Facilities include full kitchen and seating for 30 people.
Located in a quiet area by a creek this venue has a lovely peaceful atmosphere. The hall lends itself to activities such as dance, yoga, martial arts, craft, meetings and more. It’s also a great and secluded spot for weekend retreats.
Boasting 2 fantastic rooms; the huge upstairs hall with its magnificent polished floor and bright spacious feel, and a downstairs bar area, ideal for all kinds of parties and functions. Easily accessible, tucked away in leafy Ashgrove.
Situated across the road from New Farm Park, this venue features a multi purpose area for up to 50 people, a smaller meeting room for up to 12 people, and an outdoors area, with grassed barbecue area, and children’s playground.
A large, high-ceilinged hall with carpeted floors; appropriate for all activities from Pilates to training days. Includes fully functioning kitchen. It is also fully wheelchair accessible and child safe with a fully fenced grassed area.
Tucked away in the back streets of Ashgrove (at the Ashgrove Sports Reserve) is this gorgeous bowls club. A huge airy hall coupled with a fully equipped kitchen makes this a fantastic venue for any classes, groups or conferences. Enquire now!
A large, local treasure, this community hall has wooden floors; appropriate for all kinds of activities from yoga to training days. Located next to a great kids park, the hall is close to the city, and great for public transport options.
We have 16 available across Brisbane, in varying size and with different facilities available.
Begin by scrolling back up the page and having a look at the spaces.
We have 16 venues over 13 locations, mostly in inner, Northern and Western Brisbane Ssuburbs.
Click here to see an interactive map, or scroll up and click on a location.
We have a selection of different rates - it's easy to work out how much you'll pay.
Yes, you must provide your own public liability insurance to book a venue.
No, but we can refer you to our preferred Catering company.
You are welcome to serve coffee, tea and food, but strictly NO BYO alcohol.
Unfortunately not. Our halls are popular and heavily booked.
Once you know your dates and times & you’re ready to make your booking, just go straight to the booking system.
Have you hired a venue through us before?
It varies depending on the activity, whether people will be seated or standing, and whether you include the outside areas as well.
We've prepared a venue capacity guide here.
Yes. To inspect a venue please email the name of the venue and three preferences of a date and time that suits.
We will let you know if these times are available and organise entry instructions for you.
You don't need to be registered on the booking website arrange make an inspection.
Read more here about inspecting our venues.
Our venues come with basic furniture and appliances.
Specialised facilities are also offered in some venues.
Usually with a swipe card.
Just email with the name of the person and the times of the bookings.
There is a $15.00 fee for additional cards.
This document outlines our terms and conditions.
You will only need these if you're going ahead with a booking, but it provides a lot of information in general.
Venue Facilities Key