Condell Park Hall

Condell Park Hall
This hall is suitable for meetings, playgroups and small groups only. It is not suitable for functions. Condell Park Community Hall canterbury bankstown This hall is suitable for meetings, playgroups and small groups only. It is not suitable for functions. Facilities

​​About this Hall: This hall is suitable for meetings, playgroups and small groups only. It is not suitable for functions.

Location: Corner Simmat Avenue and Lancelot Street, Condell Park NSW 2200

Maximum Capacity: 25 people

Facilities: Kitchen with fridge, boiling hot water system, oven and microwave

Air-conditioning: Yes and ceiling fans.

Room equipment: 10 tables and 25 chairs. Wooden floorboards.

PA system: No

Wi Fi Access: No

Accessibility: Accessible toilet and ramp to front door.

Parking: Street parking only.

Opening Hours:

  • Sunday to Thursday from 8am - 10pm 
  • Friday and Saturday 8am - midnight

Hire Charges​​​

 

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Community Rates: Council provides not-for-profit, incorporated organisations a discounted rate.

Conditions of Use: All set up and pack down needs to be completed within the hire times. The hirer must leave the hall clean and tidy as they found it. No amusement devices are permitted inside the hall. Hirers must keep noise to a minimum when arriving, and leaving the premises. Damage to property or an unclean hall will lead to money being deducted from the bond. Entering and exiting the hall outside hire times will incur fines.

To Enquire

Please submit an enquiry or call our Community Facilities Team on 9707 5770

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To Book: No bookings are taken over the phone. Bookings are only accepted by submitting a completed application form with full payment of all bonds and hire fees.

Casual Hall Hire Application Form

Enquiries: 9707 5770

The City of Canterbury Bankstown acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land, water and skies of Canterbury-Bankstown, the Darug (Darag, Dharug, Daruk, Dharuk) People. We recognise and respect Darug cultural heritage, beliefs and relationship with the land. We acknowledge the First Peoples’ continuing importance to our CBCity community.