St Kilda Town Hall
St Kilda Town Hall stands proudly on the corner of Brighton Road and Carlisle Street in St Kilda.
St Kilda Town Hall is a magnificent heritage landmark that exudes timeless style, elegance and a powerful sense of old-time Melbourne.
First built in 1890, it was designed by local architect William Pitt with the classical portico added in 1925. The Town Hall is located in the heart of vibrant St Kilda and sits amid 19th century gardens, which form a scenic entrance to the grand staircase.
A devastating fire in 1991 seriously affected the art collection and burnt out the hall itself, and was followed by a prize winning refurbishment and further extension. The hall is popular for social events, meetings and performances.
St Kilda Town Hall has a auditorium ~ 800 theatre style, 500 banquet style (no dancefloor), 400 banquet style (with dance floor).
St Kilda Town Hall has 8 rooms available for hire to be used as a meeting rooms or in conjunction with the auditorium.
The Gallery is an exhibiton space at the St Kilda Town Hall. It presents exhibitions which encourage an appreciation for arts and culture, and are of particular relevance to the area and its community.
Located just inside the main entrance of the St Kilda Town Hall, The Gallery is a versatile space with the capacity to present a range of visual arts practice including painting, sculpture, printmaking, ceramics, photography, textiles, media and installation works.
Council aims to provide a balanced exhibition program, which incorporates exhibitions by community groups, individual artists and themed exhibitions sourced from the Port Phillip City Collection. The City invites individual artists or community groups to submit an expression of interest to exhibit. Applications received will be considered by an exhibition programs committee consisting of Council staff and representatives from the local community. Applications are selected according to how well they address the selection criteria and the availability of preferred exhibition dates.
Monday to Friday 8.30am to 5.00pm
St Kilda Town Hall has an underground car park, which is accessible from Carlisle Street. The underground car park is open during business hours and has accessible spaces located next to the lift.
Please call ASSIST on 9209 6777 and ask to speak to a Events & Corporate Facilities Officer.
Walk: The St Kilda Town Hall is an 8 minute walk from Balaclava station, and an 8 minute walk from Tram 96 Terminus.
Tram: Take tram 67 and alight at stop 35, or Tram 3 and 15 and alight at stop 36.
❊ Address & Contact ❊
⊜ 99a Carlisle Street St Kilda | Map
✆ 9209 6777
❊ Web Links ❊
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