The Park Holme Community Hall is owned by the Marion City Council and is managed by a committee of community elected volunteers. The Committee is dedicated to providing a welcoming environment for all users and visitors to the Hall, and to encourage community participation in a wide range of activities and programs that enhance the quality of life of those involved.

The hall is available for hire to community groups and to individuals on a regular or casual basis, but not generally available for parties. Enquiries regarding the regular use are especially welcome. There are a number of community groups that regularly use the hall and have called it “home” for a number of years.

The facilities include a large hall that can seat 80 persons at rectangular tables, a basic (non-commercial) kitchen with urn, stove, fridge, microwave, some cutlery/crockery, a separate meeting room (that seats up to 12 in board room style), separate male/female toilet facilities and an accessible toilet. The hall is fully reverse cycle air-conditioned and wheelchair friendly.

The Hall facilities comprise of

A main hall with seating for up to 80 persons at tables (polished wooden floor)

Meeting room (the Wallala Room), with a large on wall whiteboard (carpeted floor)

Fully reverse-cycle air-conditioned

Separate male, female and disabled toilet area

Disability access (including electronic sliding door and approach ramp)

A basic (non-commercial) kitchen including electric stove, preparation area, refrigerator, microwave, urn, and some crockery/cutlery

Basic cleaning materials provided

Hire fees start from $20 per hour for regular users

Go to our Contacts page to enquire about bookings.

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