Halls & Rec Centres

Booking enquiries for the following facilities should be directed to the Shire of Mundaring Booking Officer on 9290 6731, or via email to bookings@mundaring.wa.gov.au.   

Halls for hire at a glance

Venue

Maximum
Capacity

Venue

Maximum
Capacity

Boya Community Centre

200

Mahogany Creek Hall

 100

Brown Park Rec Complex

400

Mt Helena Recreation Centre

 500

Bruce Douglas Pavilion

100 

Mundaring Hall

 180

 Chidlow Consulting Rooms

 

Mundaring Pavilion

 160

Chidlow Pavilion

 170

Parkerville Hall

 100

Darlington Hall

 135

Parkerville Pavilion

 100

Glen Forrest Hall

  100

Sawyers Valley Hall

  60

Hub of the Hills

  200

Swan View Youth Centre

 

 

Boya Community Centre
Cnr Scott Street & Clayton Road, Boya

Boya Community Centre consists of a 300m2 room for hire which can be split into half by dividing doors to create two 150m2 hireable spaces.  This is a fully accessible facility, complete with kitchen/servery.  Please note the venue is not available to be hired for high risk events.

        

              

Brown Park Recreation Complex
Salisbury Road, Swan View

The Brown Park Community Centre consists of a Main Hall, Lesser Hall and Committee Room. The Community Centre is a multipurpose indoor recreation facility in which a wide range of programs and activities are held. The venue can be hired for sporting and recreational activities, functions are catered for by the nearby Bruce Douglas Pavilion.

 






 

Bruce Douglas Pavilion
Salisbury Road, Swan View

The Bruce Douglas Pavilion is situated on the sporting oval at the Brown Park Recreation Complex. This large, modern multipurpose room can be hired for various functions and recreational activities and can cater for up to 100 people.

 

 

Chidlow Consulting Rooms
Northcote Street, Chidlow 

The Chidlow Consulting Rooms are modern and were purpose built. They are strategically located next to the primary school and Child Health Clinic in a lovely bushland setting.  

 

 

 
Chidlow Recreation Pavilion
Old Northam Road, Chidlow

Completed in March 1995 the Chidlow Recreation Pavilion is a modern function venue which is ideal for functions up to 170 people. The facility is centrally located at the Chidlow Recreation Ground and offers first class facilities at a very reasonable price.

 


Darlington Hall 
Owen Road, Darlington

Opened in 1965, Darlington Hall was originally used as wine cellars for growers in the area. After vineyard operations ceased and the land was subdivided, the cellars were renovated, extended and used as a hall for social and recreational purposes. The building comprises a Main Hall, Lesser Hall and a Mezzanine level. 

 

Glen Forrest Hall 
Marnie Road, Glen Forrest

The Glen Forrest Hall was built in 1958 and opened in 1960. This hall was considered necessary since the original agricultural hall was too small for the growing population of the area.  The Glen Forrest Hall with its large hall area, stage, spacious kitchen and ample parking is considered to be an ideal venue for functions catering up to 100 people.

 

The Hub of the Hills 
8 Craig Street, Mundaring 

The Hub of the Hills is an ideal venue to hold activities and events. The building has reverse cycle air conditioning, beautiful mosaic panels on the front of the building a stage and acoustic curtains in the main hall. A commercial grade kitchen and 4 different size rooms means the Hub is suitable for small intimate groups or for functions up to 200 people.

 

              

Mahogany Creek Hall 
3060 Strettle Road, Mahogany Creek

Mahogany Creek Hall was constructed in 1954 with the assistance of voluntary labour from local residents. One year later the kitchen was built and in 1975 the tennis courts and playground were constructed. The hall is an ideal venue for mid size functions up to approximately 100 people.

 

              

Mount Helena Recreation Centre 
Keane Street, Mount Helena

Opened in 1981, the Mount Helena Recreation Centre was one of the first school facilities designed for both school and community use providing two excellent function venues. The Lesser Hall is fully carpeted and is suitable for theatre productions and small to mid size functions, while the Main Hall is suitable for large functions of up to 400 people.

 

              

Mundaring Hall 
Nichol Street, Mundaring

Mundaring Hall was opened in 1901 and at the time was only the second hall in the entire district. The first Mundaring school established itself at the Hall in 1907 with the furniture being rearranged every Monday morning after weekend dances and functions. With its spacious kitchen facilities and stage, the Hall is an excellent venue for a variety of functions.    

 

              

Mundaring Recreation Ground Pavilion 
Mundaring Weir Road, Mundaring

The Pavilion is located on the grounds previously known as the old Showground. Constructed in 1987 the Pavilion is part of a large recreation facility which includes the oval and basketball and netball courts. With air conditioning and heating, a spacious kitchen, bar area and external courtyard, the Pavilion is an excellent venue for all types of parties and functions. 

 

              

Parkerville Hall
Cnr Seaborne & Riley Road, Parkerville 

The existing Parkerville Hall, built on a former gravel pit, was constructed to replace the original dilapidated, iron walled hall and was opened in 1922 by Premier Sir James Mitchell. Close to local shopping and in the heart of Parkerville, the hall is considered an ideal venue for functions with up to 100 people.

 

              

Parkerville Recreation Pavilion 
580 Seaborne Road, Parkerville

The Parkerville Recreation Pavilion was built for use by the seasonal oval users for use during game days and it is available for hire to the community for functions and other activities. The Pavilion is located at the Parkerville Recreation Ground and is an ideal venue for functions up to 100 people. 

 

              

Sawyers Valley Hall 
Great Eastern Highway, Sawyers Valley

The existing hall was opened in 1970 and in 1989 the Shire honoured World War II and Vietnam veterans by installing an Honour Roll in the meeting area of the hall. The hall is a suitable venue for meetings and small functions up to 60 people. A children's playground is located on the far side of the oval and ample shady parking is provided.

              

Swan View Youth Centre
Salisbury Road, Swan View

The Swan View Youth Centre is a purpose built youth facility, situated on the grounds of the Brown Park Recreation Complex.  The centre is home to the Shire's Youth Service "Seen and Heard" as well as the Shire's Parent and Adolescent Counsellor.  The centre is also available for hire (not available for private parties).

 

 

 

Wooroloo Hall 
Government Road, Wooroloo

Wooroloo Hall was built in 1904 with help from Chidlow residents and has been extended several times to cater for the growing community. The hall has provided a focal point for social activity in the town for many years. The hall is suitable for functions up to 100 people.



​Booking Officer
9290 6731
bookings@mundaring.wa.gov.au

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