Beautiful traditional hall for up to 100 people
A beautiful, traditional
The Battery Point Community Hall is a beautiful space for weddings, exhibitions, functions and community gatherings. During the day it has a very soft light and in the evenings the old wooden floor and charming windows create a romantic atmosphere.
As well as the hall itself, there is also a meeting room and the delightful adjoining Henslowe Park.
The oldest part of the building dates back to the early 19th century when it was used as a Congregational Church School House. The wonderful timber floor dates to that period. In the 1860s, the building was extended and became the Methodist Mission Hall and Sunday School. After being saved from demolition in the 1950s by the local community, the building and adjacent park became a community centre and hall.
We would like to thank Style My Day, a Tasmanian wedding planning and hire business, for the wedding photos.
A range of
The Battery Point Community Hall is located at 52 Hampden Road, on the corner of Hampden Road and Francis Street.
This is an easy walk from Salamanca Place and the waterfront, or a 20 minute walk from the centre of Hobart.
On street parking is available. During the day, various time limits apply. The nearest public car park is in Montpelier Retreat.
The nearest public transport is the bus stop in Sandy Bay Rd near Albuera St. Several bus routes use this stop.
To enquire about booking the hall or the meeting room, please use this form.
You can also phone Carol, the Hall Manager, on 0438 341 885 or 03 6224 2101.
Carol will contact you to discuss your needs and answer any questions you might have. She can also arrange for you to view the hall.
We encourage you to discuss our rates with Carol to ensure you choose the most cost effective option.
It is important that you understand the terms and conditions of hire.
Rates and periods of hire for the
The hall and the meeting room are booked as separate spaces but can be combined in a single booking. The rates in the table below apply to the hall or the meeting room. See special rates and discount information, including for joint bookings, under the table.
The rates include use of all facilities, including chairs, trestle tables and crockery.
We recommend that you allow sufficient time for setting and packing up, and cleaning. For evening functions, it is often best to add some time the next morning.
Please contact us to discuss how best to arrange your hire to minimise the cost to you.
The hourly rate for the hall is $30 for registered charities and for regular hire with 10 or more bookings
The hourly rate for the meeting room when hired with a hall booking is $30
Subject to availability, a special setup or pack up rate of $30 per hour may be available for half day bookings or greater
Terms & conditions of hire for the
|Hours of operation||The hall is available for hire between the hours of 8.00am and 11.00pm.|
In consideration of our local residents, we ask that you keep any noise to a minimum after 10.00pm.
|Reservation||Bookings are not final until they are confirmed.|
A 50% deposit is required to confirm your booking.
|Cancellation||If you cancel your booking, your deposit is non-refundable.|
Talk to the hall manager about a change in dates. We will try to accommodate your circumstances but reserve the right to retain the deposit if a suitable change cannot be agreed.
|Payment||You will be issued with an invoice for the cost of hire and any other charges.|
Payment is by direct deposit only. The account details are included on the invoice.
|Number of guests||The hall is a licensed place of assembly with a maximum capacity of 100 people.|
|Behaviour||The hall is a community facility located in a residential area.|
You are responsible to ensure that guests behave appropriately.
|Alcohol||You may serve alcohol without charge to adults at your function.|
If you intend to charge for alcohol at the function, you must obtain the necessary temporary licence from the Commissioner for Licensing.
It is your responsibility to ensure that any service of alcohol is responsible and complies with the law.
|Damage||You are responsible for any damage or loss.|
Please report any breakages or damage. We reserve the right to charge for the cost of repairing or replacing any damage or breakages.
|Cleaning||You are responsible for any cleaning that may be necessary after your function. We supply basic items such as a mop and bucket.|
Crockery should be washed and put away. Leave dirty tea towels in the kitchen.
Please pack away any chairs and tables.
|Smoking||No smoking is permitted inside the hall, meeting room or kitchen.|
Henslowe Park is used by children and we ask that you ensure that nothing is left that might affect their safety by using the bin provided.
Smoking in the street is currently allowed provided that the smokers are at least three metres away from the building entry or exits.
|Pets||Much as we love them, we aren’t set up for animals so we are sorry but no pets are allowed. Service dogs are, of course, always welcome.|
|Security||It is your responsibility to ensure that the entries and exits are properly locked as you leave.|
|Accessible facilities||We have an accessible entrance and an accessible toilet.|