The House is available for use seven days a week and has seven spaces to hire at very affordable rates.
Individuals, community groups and commercial entities can hire rooms. Have a look at the room details below and then complete the Room Booking Enquire form to make your booking.
All our rooms have hydronic heating and fans.
The Front room is located off the reception area. It is a carpeted room with a wall-mounted whiteboard, portable whiteboard, four lightweight foldable tables and 12 chairs. This room seats 12 comfortably with the tables or around 20 with no tables.
The Round room is a small carpeted meeting space with a table and four chairs – perfect for one-on-one meetings, appointments, consultations or teaching.
The Garden room is in the new part of the House. It is a carpeted room with white walls, a wall-mounted white board and blinds. There are three lightweight foldable tables and 12 chairs. This room seats 10-12 comfortably with the tables or around 15 with no tables.
The Rodney Snell Function room is our largest room. It is used for meetings, classes and events. This room has 10 folding tables on wheels and 60 chairs. The high ceiling, large white walls and in-floor power are perfect for presentations. There is also a sink in one corner of the room and a roller door storage area for tables and some chairs. The floor is vinyl and it is air conditioned to help on those warmer days.
Shirley Perrott was a founding member of the House and we have named our lounge room after her. This space has two two-seater couches and a round table with four chairs. This room houses our toy corner and small library. This carpeted room has reverse cycle air conditioning and is a great place to enjoy a chat and a cool drink on a hot day.
Our kitchen is fully equipped with a fridge, microwave, range cooker (gas hob and electric oven) and a dishwasher. It has a central island bench, on wheels, which contains kitchen equipment, cutlery and crockery.
The Undercroft is a space directly under the function room. This space has new double-glazed bifold door which open up into the community garden. The concrete floor make this our ‘messy’ space that can be used for ‘messy’ activities. The undercroft is currently home to the Community Bag making project, children’s art and pottery classes.