Cudmirrah Berrara Community Hall

Street view of yellow community hall with pitched roof and double door entrance

Cudmirrah Berrara Community Hall, Corner Collier Drive and First Avenue, Cudmirrah is centrally located in the small coastal town of Cudmirrah.

Suitable for:

  • art and craft classes
  • commercial events
  • community events
  • dance classes
  • education and training
  • health and wellbeing classes
  • meetings
  • music classes
  • pre-school and day care
  • small weddings (under 50 people)
  • workshops

Floor plan and photo gallery

Operating hours

7 days a week

08:00 AM–11:45 PM

Annual closure

Council Managed Halls are closed from the last week in December to the first week in January each year.

Rooms and capacity

Rooms 4 Sq metre capacity 2 Sq metre capacity
Main Hall 30 60
Store Room 1 2
Kitchen 1 2
Total 32 64

Inclusions

Flooring

  • Main Hall:Timber
  • Kitchen: Tile

Heating and cooling

  • Hall: 6 Ceiling fans
  • Kitchen: 3 Wall fans

Resources

  • White board
  • Notice board
  • No Wi-Fi 

Tables

  • 25 Trestle tables
  • 3 Card tables

Chairs

  • 100 Black upholstered
  • 60 Orange plastic

Kitchen

  • Fridge
  • Stove
  • Oven
  • Large warmer tray
  • Microwave
  • Zip Hot Water
  • 15 Water jugs
  • 5 Milk jugs
  • 1 Large and 2 small teapots
  • 150 Wine glasses
  • 10 Serving trays
  • 30 Glass bowls
  • Mix supply of kitchen utensils
  • Mix tupperware, bread baskets
  • No dishwasher
  • No saucepans or water glasses
  • No Bins (Hirer to remove own rubbish)   

Crockery and cutlery

  • Full place settings: 80 people

Commercial hire, community casual hire and community regular hire

Commercial hire

Commercial hirers are entities registered with the Australian Tax Office, and hold an ABN (e.g. sole-traders, organisations or businesses) that make profit or exist for the purpose of making profit.

Non-profit organisations applying for Community Casual/Regular hire rates are required to provide evidence as following:

  • Registration with Australian Charities and Not-for-Profits Commission (ACNC), or
  • Incorporated as Association with Department of Fair Trading, or
  • Endorsed by the ATO as Charity or Deductible Gift Recipient on Australian Business Register

Community casual hire

Casual hirers are hirers of any facilities managed by Shoalhaven City Council (other than commercial hirers), and who hire the facility on less than 10 days in any 12 month period.

Community regular hire

Regular hirers are hirers of any facility owned by Shoalhaven City Council (other than commercial hirers), and who hire and book at the same time the facility, on more than 10 days in any 12 month period.

Bonds, cancellations and fee waivers

General security bonds

A bond is required for all bookings other than low-risk meetings and is determined by the type of booking. A refund of the bond will not be forwarded until the Booking Officer has attended at the facility and carried out a site inspection (as appropriate). Where the facility has been left untidy (i.e., garbage not removed, kitchen, cutlery, crockery, appliances, and/or glassware not cleaned, etc) or the facility has been damaged, any cost incurred to rectify will be deducted from the bond monies (GST will apply).

The hirer is responsible for any additional cleaning costs necessary to reinstate the facility to its condition prior to the hiring and for any costs/fees incurred for the repair or replacement or any loss or damage to Council property, furniture, fittings, and equipment.

Any bond monies refunded will be paid by cheque, by post, within 15 working days from the inspection date.

Cancellations

All fees, charges, and bonds for the hire of public facilities are payable in advance, a minimum of seven (7) days prior to the booking date. If your event is within seven (7) days, full fees are payable at the time of booking, and no refunds of fees, charges or bonds will be given for cancellations (exceptions may be made upon written application, and at the discretion of Group Director).

Upon implementation of an online booking system:

  • A deposit will be payable at the time of booking ($50 or 10% of hire fee, whichever is the higher)
  • All remaining fees and bond will be due seven (7) days prior to booking date
  • No refunds will be given for cancellations after seven (7) days prior to booking date (exceptions may be made upon written application, and at the discretion of Group Director)
  • Full fee bond will be payable for bookings made within seven (7) days of booking date

 Fee waivers

Fees may be waived or reduced in accordance with the:
Some community events may be eligible for assistance in accordance with the: 
Australia Day, Anzac Day, Remembrance Day, Freedom of Entry marches, NAIDOC Week, Christmas, and Carols in the Park events are supported by Council with no charge for use of facilities.

Fees and charges

2023/2024 Guidelines - Village hall

Cudmirrah Berrara Community Hall

Fee name Purpose Amount
Bond Cover cleaning and any potential damages Up to $5304 max - determined by type of Booking Refundable post Booking
Key Issue of a replacement key or an additional key $53 per key
Community Casual Hire
(Under 50 ppl)
Min 2-hour hire $18 per hour
$122 per day
Community Regular Hire
10 or more Bookings
(Under 50 ppl)
Min 2-hour hire $12 per hour
$82 per day
Commercial Casual Hire
(Under 50 ppl)
Min 2-hour hire $24 per hour
$163 per day
Commercial Regular Hire
10 or more Bookings
(Under 50 ppl)
Min 2-hour hire $18 per hour
$122 per day
Private Function Hire
(Over 50 ppl)
Min 2-hour hire $35 per hour
$244 per day

You can also view our Fees & Charges page

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  2. Click Find Fees
  3. Scroll down Community Facilities - Buildings, Parks, Sportgrounds and Showgrounds to view all hire fees

*Note: Halls are listed under categories: Large Heritage Hall, Large Hall, and Village Hall (Cudmirrah Berrara Community Hall)

Location

32 Collier Drive, Cudmirrah  2540  View Map

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