Memorial Hall

The City of Cockburn has refurbished Memorial Hall to provide an art and cultural facility for Cockburn community. Located at the corner of Carrington Street and Rockingham Road in Hamilton Hill, Memorial Hall has space for exhibitions, theatre and other performances, in a multi-use space that can be used for workshop situations, conference & seminars and other single use activity that is consistent with art and culture.

The Memorial Hall Round Room provides the local community with a high profile public exhibition space. The purpose of this space is to encourage, stimulate and promote local and regional cultural activities through an active and diverse exhibition program.

This venue can be booked in advance. 

Capacity: 200+

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 please contact the City at [email protected] or on 08 9411 3444. 

Location

435 Carrington Street
Hamilton Hill, WA 6163

The available map is equipped with additional accessibility features including in-map voice and accessible colour choice. If you would like to access these features, please make sure they are switched on.


Nearby bus stops

Carrington Street/Rockingham Road Bus Interchange

Facilities

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

BBQs Dogs Gym Equipment Play Shelters Sport Toilets
No No No No No No Yes

Fees and Charges

Community Venue Fees and ChargesCasual Venue Hire Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Contact

Address

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)

Language Support

Cockburn Nyungar moort Beeliar boodja-k kaadadjiny. Koora, yeyi, benang baalap nidja boodja-k kaaradjiny.
Ngalak kaadatj dayin boodja, kep wer malayin. Ngalak kaadatj koora koora wer yeyi ngalang birdiya.

City of Cockburn acknowledges the Nyungar people of Beeliar boodja. Long ago, now and in the future they care for country.
We acknowledge a continuing connection to land, waters and culture and pay our respects to the Elders, past, present and emerging.