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School of Arts Hall

School of Arts Community Hall
7 Cooperabung Drive
Telegraph Point NSW 2441

Hall Manager: Ross Trevelyan 0410 584 661

The School of Arts Community Hall was rebuilt in 1933 on the northern side of the Wilson River after the original hall burnt down.


The hall is suitable for a range of activities and functions; from exercise/dance classes to wedding receptions. With a fully functioning kitchen, including wall oven, four-burner hotplate, microwave oven, a commercial size fridge, separate freezer and a commercial dishwasher, it will easily cover your requirements.

Example Set Up

With 20 rectangular folding trestle tables (easily seat six but will seat eight), and approx. 130 chairs, the hall can accommodate over 100 people seated for a formal function. To complement this, we have 100 sets of caterer's-quality crockery, glassware and cutlery, as well as platters to suit every occasion.

Main & Dining Angle Dining Kitchen

Wheelchair access is available into the main hall, however, amenities are located at the back of the hall stage, up a small set of wooden steps.

Main Hall

Hire Fees:

Major Functions (Parties, Dances, Receptions, etc)
$100.00 for the first six (6) hours
$20.00 each additional hour

Casual Events
General Hire $20.00 per hour (for events less than six (6) hours)
Sporting, Recreational and Social Groups: $10.00 per hour
Community Groups: $5.00 per hour

Sound System
$50.00 per function

A $250.00 deposit is required on issue of keys for major functions and will be refunded upon compliance of conditions of hire.

The local hall is maintained and upgraded from income generated by hall hire, donations and special community events. All maintenance is carried out by volunteer labour.

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