Situated at 74 Beatty Street, South New Brighton Community Hall is a multi-use carpeted facility available for community activities and private social functions.

Contact us online or call 03 941 8999 to book the South New Brighton Community Hall.

South New Brighton Hall

Hours of hire

  • Monday to Sunday, 8am to midnight.

Capacity

  • Maximum occupancy of 99 people.

Access

  • This centre has wheelchair access and accessible toilets.
  • There are off-street car parks.
  • On-street parking is also available.

The below pricing is valid until 30 September 2020. For bookings on or after 1 October 2020, our new 2020/2021 fees and charges will apply. 

  • $15.30 per hour community group.
  • $31.50 per hour self-employed tutor.
  • $52.50 per hour private social functions.
  • $99.80 per hour commercial events, seminars and corporate events.
  • $51.00 per hour community events and fundraisers.
  • $66.50 security charge to ensure that the facility has been left fit for purpose.
  • $500.00 bond required for social bookings.
  • $150 cleaning charge retained from the bond if the venue is not left fit for purpose.

Hall 

  • Heating for the centre is operated with a wall timer switch, there are two heat pumps in the hall
  • 50 chairs (single)
  • 5 tables (folding 1800 x 760 millimetres)

Kitchen

  • Zip water heater
  • Fridge/freezer
  • Oven
  • Dishwasher
  • Wash up sink and benchtop
  • Users are required to supply their own crockery, cutlery, tea towels, washing up cloths, rubbish bags and cleaning liquids

Cleaning cupboard

  • Vacuum cleaner
  • Mop and bucket
  • Baby change table in the accessible toilet

Conditions of hire

Health and safety

  • As part of the rental agreement, you accept legal responsibility to meet evacuation plans, health and safety responsibilities and to act as the facility warden.
  • All users are required to complete a pre-use form. These must then be signed, dated and left in the dropbox in the foyer of the centre.

Alcohol

  • The consumption of alcohol is permitted in this facility.
  • In general, bringing your own alcohol (BYO) is permitted at private functions such as weddings or birthdays.
  • A special alcohol licence may be required if alcohol is part of your event, or if you are selling alcohol. Find out more about special alcohol licencing for events. Applications for special licences must be made with the alcohol licencing team at least 20 working days before the date of your event.
  • Regardless of whether your event requires a special licence or not you still have the responsibility to ensure that you are providing a safe drinking environment at your event. Please read host responsibility guidelines and tips.