Meeting Room

We are an alcohol, smoke and vape free venue, and cannot accommodate hires past 9pm. 

Please note: We do not have a kitchen.

The centre was originally a children's library up until 2014. The combination of efforts from the local community and the Spreydon-Cashmere-Heathcote Community Board saw the centre become a community facility from 2017 and renovated to be a refurbished facility in 2023.

It is a perfect size for children's birthday parties, meetings, educational and craft activities, direct sales parties, small dance or exercise groups, catered functions and social get-togethers.

The meeting room is a single open plan room of 53 sq m, approximately the size of a standard classroom. In addition to the meeting area, there is small kitchenette (sink, mini fridge and kettle only - no oven or microwave), a single accessible toilet and cleaning supplies area. We also have a heat pump. We provide a small selection of glasses, mugs, cutlery and plates, as well as some cleaning supplies.

The meeting room has enough seating for 30 people.  There are 8-9 foldable tables as well as 40+ chairs kept in a cupboard at the back of the space. There is a front counter which can be used for serving refreshments or presenting products. 



There are strict cleaning conditions for use of the centre:

  • Spray and wipe down all surfaces used (tables, benches, chairs, kitchenette, toilet)
  • Clean, dry and return all dishes to cupboard 7 
  • Put all items back where they were at the beginning of your booking
  • Sweep the floor and vacuum the floor. You must mop the floor if there was a mess 
  • Clear the backyard of all mess and put mess in the bin.
  • Remove all rubbish and put the items in the correct bins outside – take excess rubbish home
  • Return rubbish bins to their usual spot
  • Turn off the heat pump and lights
  • Check back door is locked from the inside


It is a condition of your booking to leave the centre in a clean and tidy state so it is in a fit state for the next user. 

Please complete the above tasks so we can keep our hire rates affordable  / not require a bond for our community and avoid increased cleaning costs.



Previous Spreydon-Cashmere Community Board Chair, Karolin Potter, and Spreydon Ward Councillor, Melanie Coker, officially cutting the ribbon at the renovated Hoon Hay Community Centre. This was at an afternoon tea with the community board to thank them for their support in the renovations in August 2023..



The colouring in station during our Halloween event, 2023

A view of the indoor space