We have 17 venues over 14 locations, mostly in inner, Northern and Western Brisbane Suburbs.
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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.
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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.
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.
Communify Queensland manages several facilities on behalf of other organisations and lease some halls from the Brisbane City Council.
Please note, Council does not support community-leased facilities being used as places of worship (see Community Facilities Brochure).
Usually with a swipe card.
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.
A large hall with wooden floors and natural light, perfect for everything from yoga or dance classes to parties and functions.
A picturesque, bright and airy church hall in pristine condition. Polished wooden floors, large stage and plenty of onsite parking.
This charming little hall is perfect for groups with children, with plenty of outdoor space to play and explore.
This modern, spacious church hall, complete with high domed ceiling and carpeted floors, is perfect for many varied activities.
With vinyl floors, high ceilings, and a large open plan space, this hall is perfect for a range of community events and activities.
Jeays St at Bowen Hills belongs to the Australian Red Cross and hosts a large open space with tables and chairs.
860 Brunswick St is a light and airy converted Queenslander, with a large carpeted room with retractable glass doors for hire.
This space is appropriate for all kinds of activities such as meetings, workshops and singing and dancing classes.
A large, centrally located community space with wooden floors, high ceilings and a bank of windows with plenty of natural light.
This large purpose-built play centre is open plan, air conditioned and centrally located in downtown Paddington.
Home to Hands on Art. Perfect for any creative activity including art & photographic exhibitions, workshops, and training.
SPACE offers an open plan hall filled with light, open beam ceilings, and a veranda to connect you to all the surrounding greenery.
Spring Hill Hall is an inner-city community hub suitable for groups looking for a venue that offers multipurpose functionality.
Spring Hill Shed is situated under Spring Hill Hall. This inner-city workshop is ideal for art and craft groups, carpentry and construction.
The Spring Hill Studio is ideal for dance classes, yoga sessions, meetings and training days.
Located in Kelvin Grove Urban village, this is a space for meeting rooms, conference rooms, yoga space and training groups.
The Newmarket (formerly The Newmarket Bowls Club) is a beautiful, historic venue offering three different areas to hire.
Heritage listed Woolloongabba Substation has been beautifully renovated with concrete floors and exposed brick feature walls.
Venue Facilities Key
Please check individual venue pages regarding disability access to toilets and facilities as well as the main area/s.