HIRE OUR SPACES

Temperance Hall is available to hire for rehearsals, exhibitions, photography and video shoots, private functions, symposiums and much more

All venue hire income directly supports our community of artists and artistic programs

MAIN HALL

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Capacity:
200 people standing; 100 people seated
Floor Space: 139m2
Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible
From $24/hr incl. GST

MORE INFO – MAIN HALL

UPSTAIRS STUDIO

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Capacity:
85 people standing; 50 people seated
Floor Space: 88m2
Accessibility: Accessible only via a stairwell
From $24/hr incl. GST

MORE INFO –  UPSTAIRS STUDIO

Our Venue hire info pack includes details of our hire costs, hire categories, tech specs, how to get to temperance hall and more

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ACCESS VENUE INFO PACK HERE

How to hire temperance Hall

Step 1: CHECK OUR VENUE AVAILABILITY & CREATE A SKEDDA ACCOUNT

Skedda is an online space-booking service that allows our hirers to see what spaces are available at any given time.
You’re not booking space directly in Skedda yet (we’ll do that our end). Temperance Hall will not confirm your booking until you have registered an account, confirmed it via email and added your payment details.

REGISTER A SKEDDA ACCOUNT

Step 2: Submit a booking enquiry via google forms 

Once you’ve checked out our spaces and available times, send us some more information through our Google Form. The booking enquiry form asks different questions regarding the nature of your hire and will help us with the next steps.

BOOKING ENQUIRY FORM

We will confirm your booking and next steps via email, please allow 4-5 business days.

When hiring at Temperance Hall, you agree to the Terms and Conditions outlined in our Venue Hire Agreement. 

For urgent enquiries, please contact Luke Fryer, venue@temperancehall.com.au or call our office 03 9645 9937 during business hours.

Temperance Hall acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land in which we dance and create, the Boon Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation, and pay our respect to Elders both past and present and to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.