Williamstown Town Hall

Type of space: Art Gallery, Cinema, Multi-use Space, Music Performance Venue, Music Rehearsal Space, Performance venue, Rehearsal Space, Community Hall

    Built in 1926, Williamstown Town Hall is a traditional hall in the Greek Revival style. One of the largest halls in the Western Suburbs, it can be set up in either cabaret or theatre style. In the past it has hosted ACDC as well as many balls and functions.

    The venue consists of a main hall with stage. There is also a flat floor supper room and a small number of meeting rooms, previously council offices and the council chamber. The chamber is ideal for small audience presentations or chamber performances.

    The stage has a small rake, sight-lines are excellent owing to the fact that it is basically all stage and no wings. The acoustics are very live as the building was designed without reinforced sound in mind.



    Pricing Terms

    Price on Application

    This space is suitable for DanceExhibitionsFilmMeetingsMusic / SoundPerformanceSpoken WordWorkshopsWriting


    • Floor Dimensions Large hall 30m x 20m with a stage measuring 13m wide x 6m deep
    • Ceiling Height Very High (4m +)
    • Max. Capacity 1100


    For audience
    • Accessible toilet

    • Disabled parking

    • Entrance ramps

    • Public transport

    • Smooth ground surface

    • Wide hallways / entrance