Miranda Community Centre

Address: 95 Karimbla Rd Miranda

Features:Single level building comprising main hall with a stage, activity rooms and a community kitchen/restaurant

Phone:9710 0333

Live Bands:Not Permitted 

Single level building comprising main hall with a stage, activity rooms and kitchen.

Inclusions Hot Water Urn, Refrigerator, Stove/Oven, Microwave, Ceiling Fans, Heaters, Timber Floor, Stage, Piano, 

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The Glad Ashworth Hall

The Glad Ashworth Hall has a capacity of 120 standing or 80 seated.  The venue is ideal for exercise classes, other group activities and private functions.

There is a fully equipped kitchen including a stove, microwave, refrigerator, sink and automatic boil zip hot water urn.  The kitchen also has a convenient servery into the hall area.

The Wattle/Waratah Rooms

The combined Wattle/Waratah room has a capacity of up to 90 people standing and is suitable for functions, exercise classes, seminars and lectures.  This room can also be divided into 2 smaller rooms.  The Wattle Room has a capacity of 50 people and the Waratah Room has a capacity of 40 people.

The Committee Room

The Committee Room has a capacity of 6 - 8 people seated and is ideal for small meetings and tutoring groups.

The Endeavour Room

The Endeavour Room or Community Restaurant has a capacity of 30 people seated for a sit-down dinner.  There is a large kitchen with a convenient servery into the Endeavour Room as well as an enclosed paved outdoor area suitable for celebrations with children.

Glad Ashworth Room Wattle Room Waratah Room Endeavour Room Committee Room The Wattle/Waratah Rooms Combined

Public liability insurance

Public liability is compulsory to hire a hall, council may provide public liability insurance. Ask about this when booking. For functions/parties, the cost of council public liability insurance is $82 (2017/18).

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