Newland Memorial Uniting Church, church, upper and lower halls

28-30 Victoria St, Victor Harbor SA 5211, Australia ·
Min. 1 hour
Newland Memorial Uniting Church

Hosted by Newland Memorial Uniting Church

SpacetoCo Host since March 2018

Newland Memorial Uniting Church

About this space

Church has lovely acoustic, seats 350+, gallery stair access only. Regularly used venue for concerts, has been used for drama performances.
Lower Hall, seating for 50-70, equipped with a number of folding tables. Adjacent kitchen with servery ideal for serving morning tea, light lunches etc. Hall is often used for community meetings, talks, staff training, a dance class. Toilet facilities include a disabled access facility.
Upper Hall - stair access only. Has a gently sloping floor with stage. (It used to be the church before the new one was built in 1927). Timber floor. Has been used for art classes, dance group, could suit all sorts of things. Currently furnished with a few desks and a small number of chairs. Upstairs kitchen is located behind the stage end.

Opening times


9:00am - 4:30pm


9:00am - 3:30pm


11:30am - 6:00pm


9:00am - 6:00pm


9:00am - 6:00pm


9:00am - 10:00pm


11:30am - 10:00pm


Activities will need to be ethically sound and just, as these are premises owned by the Uniting Church in Australia. The Newland Uniting Church Council will have the final say on whether a booking is acceptable or not, depending on the proposed activity.

For concerts, we are prepared to negotiate a pricing that has a basic cost and then add 10% of ticket sales so that less well known acts can "give it a go" and we can share in your success and you will not be extremely out of pocket if the crowds stay away that day!

Additional details

Host's Cancellation Policy
100% refund on cancellations up until 14 days before your booking. After that, there are no refunds on cancellation.
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