Coogee Community Hall

The hall is situated in Len McTaggart Park and with the play area in close proximity to the hall, it is an ideal venue for Junior Sports wind-ups.   The hall is also great for functions including birthday parties, engagement parties and wedding receptions.

This venue can be booked in advance.

Capacity: 100-150

Important Note: Booking applications must be made 15 working days prior to hire. Exceptions may be made in special circumstances (e.g. wakes).

For more information contact the City at [email protected] or on 08 9411 3444.

Coogee Community Hall

19 Arlington Loop
Coogee, WA 6166

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Below is a summary of the available facilities at this venue:

Room Capacity Tables Chairs Stove/Oven Fridge Air Conditioner
Main Hall 150 24 150 Commerical Domestic  Ceiling Fans
BBQs Dogs Gym Equipment Play Shelters Sport Toilets
No No No No No No Yes

Fees and Charges

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Venue Hire

Coogee Community Hall

Enquire about Coogee Community Hall
Take a tour of the Coogee Community Hall in the video below.

Facilities include:
  • Main hall
  • Kitchen
  • Multi purpose room

Related Documents

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Casual Venue Hire Application Form PDF document



9 Coleville Crescent,
Spearwood 6163

PO Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC,
Western Australia, 6965

Office opening hours:
8.30am to 4.30pm
Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays)

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