Venue Hire General Information

The South Kingsville Community Centre has a range of facilities available including the Main Hall, Conference Room and Training Room (Computer Room).

Community Rates apply for Not-For-Profit Organisations who can provide an ABN number and listing on the ACNC website to be eligible for discounts.

NO Sunday Bookings- SKCC is fully booked on Sundays.

Minimum Time for Bookings - 4 hours for Casual Bookings          

STRICTLY NO Bouncy Castles or Petting zoos

Venue Hire Bookings A 25% non refundable deposit and booking fee is required on booking . Full payment of room hire fee and bond is required a month in advance of the booking. Where a booking is made less than 28 days before the event, fees will be paid at the time of the booking. Rates can be found at the link below.

Cancellation of Bookings-· Notification of cancellation of booking must be in writing.

The cancellation fees are to cover the loss of other bookings ,charges related to time spent with viewing /briefing sessions as well as administration of your cancellation requests.   

  • 15 days or over-   25% non-refundable deposit.
  • 8-15 days – 50% of booking fee
  • 7 days or less- No refund of hire fees    
  • All Booking dates are non-transferable (Changes of dates may be considered over 30 days before the event)

Covid Cancellation- Covid is no longer an unknown or unforeseen event. In the event you need to cancel due to covid the above cancellation rules apply.

Venue Hire Policy- Please read the Venue Hire Policy carefully before booking the venue.

Fill in the venue hire enquiry form or South Kingsville Community Centre on 03 9399 3000 for further information.

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Multi-purpose Meeting Room
Multi-purpose Meeting Room
Multi-purpose Meeting Room
fully equipped kitchen
Multi-purpose Meeting Room

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South Kingsville Community Centre acknowledges the peoples of the Kulin nation as the Traditional Owners of these municipal lands and waterways. We pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging and through them to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.