Community Halls

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The Bagshot Public Hall is a green weatherboard hall.

There are a number of different halls and centres available around Greater Bendigo for public and community group hire. They are used for a range of activities, including music practice, meetings, private parties, and Scouts and Lions clubs. The halls themselves come in a range of shapes and sizes, from heritage to modern, multipurpose facilities.

Each hall is managed by volunteer Committees of Management. These committees run the day-to-day activities of the halls, and make the spaces available for public use on the City's behalf.

For more information and contact details for each committee of management, please see the list of halls below.

The Australian Manchester Unity Hall is a community space tucked away along the main street of Eaglehawk.

Australian Manchester Unity Hall

Tucked away along High Street in Eaglehawk, this hall serves as an important meeting space for local community and activity groups.

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The Axedale Public Hall and Preschool is a brick building with shaded parking and a playspace next door.

Axedale Public Hall and Preschool

Located along McIvor Rd in the centre of Axedale, the public hall is a large red brick building that services the local community with a functional space to meet and hold community activities.

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The Bagshot Public Hall is a green weatherboard hall.

Bagshot Public Hall

Bagshot Public Hall is a weatherboard hall built in 1909, which serves the local community as a social venue. It is available for public hire.

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The East Bendigo Progress Hall, located next door to the Bendigo East Pool.

Bendigo East Progress Hall

Located close to the CBD in East Bendigo, the Progress Hall is available for community activites and private hire.

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The California Gully Mechanics Institute Hall is a traditional brick building available for public hire.

California Gully Mechanics Institute Hall

The heritage California Gully Mechanics Institute hall is a large, red brick building, with plenty of space for community activities and events.

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The Golden Square Community Centre, surrounded by a unique native garden, is available for community use and activities.

Golden Square Community Centre

Nestled in a unique native garden, the Golden Square Community Centre is available for a wide range of community groups and activities.

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The Goornong Memorial Hall is a tall brick building located on the main street through Goornong.

Goornong Memorial Hall

Goornong Memorial Hall is located along the main road in Goornong, and has a unique red brick facade.

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The Heathcote RSL Hall and war memorial, located along High St, Heathcote.

Heathcote RSL Hall

Located along High Street in the centre of Heathcote, the RSL Hall hosts a range of different private and community events throughout the year.

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The Heathcote Senior Citizens and Scout Hall is a traditional brick facade building, located along High St in Heathcote.

Heathcote Senior Citizens and Guides Hall

The Heathcote Senior Citizens and Guides Hall is a distinctive red brick building located in central Heathcote, and is available for community hire.

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The Huntly Memorial Hall and front verandah, located on the Midland Hwy across from the Huntly Historic Shire Offices.

Huntly Memorial Hall

The Huntly Memorial Hall, located on the main street of Huntly, has a unique memorial garden and is available for public use.

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Contact us

For more information about things to do in Bendigo contact us on 03 5434 6000.


Important resources for Committees of Management

The City's handbook for hall Committees of Management contains all information about policy and process needed for effectively managing a community hall. The accompanying templates are used by Committees of Management to hire out halls, track usage, and maintain the property. All of these documents can be found at the links below.

Community Hall Management Handbook

Templates:

Factsheets accompanying the handbook and other helpful information can be found on the 'Working with Community Groups' page.

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