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This page was last updated Tuesday 26 April 2022

VENUES ARE NOW OPEN

  • Face masks are optional
  • Our venues are open at full capacity
  • QR code check-ins, COVID Check-in Marshals and vaccination checks are no longer required
  • There are minimum notice periods for our venues of
  • 8 weeks Town Hall venues
    2 weeks Community venues
    1 week Library meeting rooms

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  • Mayors Park

    Mayors Park

    Turnbull Street, Clifton Hill
    Home to the Collingwood Leisure Centre, Mayors Park in Clifton Hill is an ideal spot to get active or relax on the beautiful lawns.
  • O'Connell Reserve Rotundas 2020

    O'Connell Reserve

    Bridge Road, Richmond
    O'Connell Reserve is a picturesque green space adjoining the Yarra River. Located on Bridge Road Richmond, the park is easily accessible by public transport.
  • Quarries Park 2020

    Quarries Park

    Ramsden Street, Clifton Hill
    Quarries Park is a network of parks and sports grounds linked by shared paths across Clifton Hill.
  • Richmond Library Meeting Room

    Richmond Library Meeting Room

    415 Church Street, Richmond
    This meeting room is located on level one of the Richmond Library complex. It is a popular space for meetings and rehearsals. Richmond Library is open 7 days a week and located close to Swan Street. After hours entry to the meeting room is via Church Street. Capacity 50 people.
  • Richmond Senior Citizens Centre

    Richmond Senior Citizens Centre

    3 Hosie Street, Richmond
    Close proximity to busy Bridge Road makes this venue which seats 50 an ideal choice for business meetings and staff workshops. The Richmond Senior Citizens Centre’s intimate space suits training sessions, general meetings and small classes.
  • Richmond Theatrette inside

    Richmond Theatrette

    415 Church Street, Richmond
    The Richmond Theatrette is an intimate space suitable for performances, lectures and general meetings. The theatrette is located on level one of the Richmond Library complex.
  • Richmond Town Hall seating cabaret style

    Richmond Town Hall

    333 Bridge Road, Richmond
    The Richmond Town Hall was originally built in the Venetian Gothic Style in the 1890s. During the 1930s, when it became Richmond City Hall, the building’s façade received an Art Deco remodel. The main hall space can accommodate up to 200 people for dinners, trivia nights, weddings and a range of other purposes. It features a parquetry dance floor, bar area, commercial kitchen and grand piano.
  • The Reading Room interior with columns, mirror and chandelier

    The Reading Room

    Fitzroy Town Hall 201 Napier Street. Fitzroy
    The Reading Room is an intimate heritage space - perfect for wedding ceremonies, cocktail parties and formal events.
  • The Stables inside alt view

    The Stables

    19 Duke Street, Richmond
    The Stables in Richmond is an intimate venue, full of historical charm. Polished wooden floors and a large dance mirror make it the perfect venue for classes, rehearsals and theatrical performances.
  • Victoria Park

    Victoria Park

    Lulie Street, Abbotsford
    The former home of the Collingwood Football Club, Victoria Park has been transformed into a major community recreation space.
  • Williams Reserve community room with dark carpet and tables in the middle

    Williams Reserve Community Room

    520 Victoria Street, Richmond
    The Williams Reserve Community Room is adjacent to a small park and residential apartment building in Richmond. This intimate and modern space is suitable for small meetings and training sessions. The room is located on the ground floor of the building, has capacity for 20 people and is ideal for programs, training sessions, meetings and classes. We will not accept parties or events with loud music, due to close proximity to local residents.