Contact Name: Graham Shearer
Contact Phone Number: 0427413675
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Venue Street Address: 6867 Midland Highway, Scotsburn 3352
Is the venue able to be booked by the public? Yes
Description of Venue: Located at the foot of Mount Buninyong, Scotsburn was named after the Scott family which settled in the area around 1839. In 1891 the Scotsburn Hall was built, funded by donations and land donated by the Eason family. The land immediately surrounding the hall became a Bicentennial Park in 1988, and now has a covered picnic area with two picnic tables and a portable BBQ. Since its establishment the hall has been utilised by the local primary school, the Scotsburn Tennis Club, and local residents for various functions.
Regular users of the hall include the Upper Williamson Creek Landcare Group and the Christian College. The hall is suitable for private functions such as birthday parties, reunions, fundraisers, weddings and dances.
The hall features wooden floorboards, a stage with a rear and side entrance, electric strip heating and bench seating around the walls.
The basic kitchen includes domestic stove, microwave, urn, instant hot water, crockery and cutlery for 50 and has electric heating.
Sharing the kitchen space is a meeting room with a whiteboard and electric heating.
An interesting feature of this hall is a ticket office and cloakrooms in the foyer, making it an ideal venue for concerts and performances.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
- refundable bond
- hirer to have own public liability or can be organised through City of Ballarat $35.00
Further information is available upon booking
Types of events which are run/held: Regular users include Upper Williamson Creek Landcard Group and Christian College. The hall is suitable for private functions such as birthday parties, reunions, fundraisers, weddings and dances.
Distance from Melbourne: 121 km
Is the venue open to the public, when and what times? Open to the public when a public event being held
If the venue is available for hire, how do people hire the space? Contact Graeme Shearer on 0427413675 or email email@example.com
Floor Dimensions: Main Hall: 12.4 x 7.2 metres ; Meeting Room: 4.8 x 5.6 metres
Seating Capacity: 40-50
Seating available on-site? 6 trestles, 80 chairs, bench seats around the perimeter of the hall
Access: Wheelchair access, other access points include front and side
Toilets: Toilets outside building: 2 female, 1 male
Kitchen: The basic kitchen includes domestic stove, microwave, urn, instant hot water, crockery and cutlery for 50
Stage: The stage measures 5.3 x 2.1 metres, has a rear entrance, stage curtain and a piano
Technical equipment: No
Extra categories: Covered picnic area, Ticket Office