Hire of Heritage Buildings
Southern Midlands Council are the owner of several heritage buildings which are available for public use.
If used for arts/heritage/cultural not-for-profit events, these can be made available for free. Other uses (e.g. for-profit events, meetings, conferences etc.) may be accommodated for a fee - see Schedule of Fees and Charges
Oatlands Supreme Court House: This building has exhibition spaces in the two front rooms and includes a large central hall which can seat up to 50 people. There is a small detached kitchenette (tea/coffee facilities and some provision for heating/serving of pre-prepared food). This building has level-access and has a universal-access toilet.
Oatlands Gaoler's Residence: This building has two large exhibition rooms and a central hallway. There is a small kitchenette (tea/coffee facilities and some provision for serving of pre-prepared food). Note that the kitchen and toilet in this building are upstairs.
Oatlands Commissariat: This building has a large space suitable for meetings, exhibitions or small conferences. There is a small kitchenette (tea/coffee facilities and some provision for heating/serving of pre-prepared food). This building has level access, and a toilet.
Roche Hall Forecourt: A large open lawn space available for open-air events. Public toilets are nearby.
Please note that none of these premises are suitable for larger-scale catering (e.g. meals). Council reserves the right to limit usage which may have an impact on the buildings or exhibits therein.
For enquiries, please contact Brad Williams on 0418 303184 or email@example.com
Enquiries can also be made through Council's Oatlands or Kempton Offices click here for contact details.