There are many Brisbane City Council managed community halls and facilities available to hire for a variety of purposes including weddings and receptions, exhibitions, business functions, plays and musicals, club and group meetings, dances, conferences and cultural and religious events.

Community halls closed until further notice

Brisbane City Council wishes to advise that all community halls will close to customers from 23 March 2020 until further notice, as a precautionary measure to help slow the spread of coronavirus.  

Council immunisation clinics conducted from community halls will continue.

Council’s Community Halls Officers can be contacted on 07 3407 0811 during business hours to confirm suspension of bookings.

View our Coronavirus: Council updates and impacts page for latest updates.

Council is working closely with Queensland Health and the Australian Government and will continue to be guided by these agencies on all matters of public health. For health advice or information, visit the Queensland Health website.

Community halls list and map

View Council's halls using the below list or use the toggle button to view the halls on a map. You can also use the filters to find halls that meet your needs.

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Acacia Ridge Hall

13 Coley Street, Acacia Ridge

Annerley Hall

8 Waldheim Street, Annerley

Bracken Ridge Hall

77 Bracken Street, Bracken Ridge

C. J. Greenfield Community Hall

Freeman Road, Richlands

Forest Lake Community Hall

60 College Avenue, Forest Lake

Grange Community Hall

187 Wilston Road, Newmarket

Hamilton Town Hall

Corner of Rossiter Parade and Racecourse Road, Hamilton

Inala Hall (new hall)

Corner Corsair Avenue and Wirraway Parade, Inala

Kenmore Community Meeting Place

98 Brookfield Road, Kenmore Hills


Other community halls

Some community halls are not managed by Council. 

Last updated:23 March 2020