Limited bookings during COVID-19
We are now accepting bookings:
- Private events (such as birthday parties) are capped at 30 people.
- Events runs by businesses or organisations / not-for-profit groups, may be allowed more guests under enhanced COVID-19 regulations. We will contact you once you have made a booking to discuss requirements.
The customer making the booking is responsible for ensuring all attendees comply with government directions and advice in relation to COVID-19, including social distancing and good hygiene practices. These are subject to change without notice. Refer to our COVID Checklist for Community Halls ( PDF, 0.22 MB ) for guidance in meeting the necessary protocols.
The Booking Holder is required to ensure that all persons attending their event register their contact details in accordance with the Queensland Government requirements for COVID-19 contact tracing. The Booking Holder is required to collect the following for each person in attendance:
- Full name
- Phone number
- Email address
- Date and duration of stay
Contact details must be held for 56 days.
Penalties may apply to any person who fails to provide their contact details.
Council provides a number of accessible, multi-purpose community centres to help meet the diverse needs of our residents and visitors.
Community halls and centres are designated community buildings which can be used/hired by residents. These venues provide focal points for community interaction and social support, for safe, enjoyable activities and for the delivery of services that benefit the community.
- Download the Community halls and centres listing - ( PDF, 0.09 MB ).
- Booking details can be found under each venue listing.