The Main Upper Hall is popular for dancing classes, music and large celebrations. It can easily seat around 100 people for a meeting and around 100 seated at tables.
Alcohol is permitted inside the premises but cannot in any circumstances be sold at the facility. The responsibility for the use of alcohol is that of the hirer.
Smoking is not permitted anywhere on the premises. Furthermore, butts are not to be discarded around the entrance ramp.
If you would like to decorate the hall for your celebration or event, you can do so provided that all fixings are attached to the cup hooks provided. Sticky tapes etc are not permitted. Helium balloons are allowed providing they are removed at the end of the event.
The Woombye School of Arts Hall has parking available in Hill Street.
There is a ramp that leads directly to the street with disabled toilet facilities adjacent to the Main Upper Hall.
The Lower Hall was known as the 'supper room'. It was built when funds were raised by many people including returned servicemen. Loans from local citizens were organised and much planning went into the build.
The Lower Hall is the smaller of the two halls, approximately 18m x 9m.
It has a large kitchen with refrigerator, oven and cook top plus crockery and cutlery.
The hall has a timber floor suitable for dancing.
Has separate access to the Main Hall.