Honeywood Complex

Cnr Honeywood Ave and Litoria Drive, wandi WA 6167, Australia
City of Kwinana - Facility Bookings

Hosted by City of Kwinana - Facility Bookings

SpacetoCo Host since December 2020 · 25k bookings

The City of Kwinana is a unique community, set among extensive native bushland and public open space. The City is currently undergoing rapid growth in population, investment, and industrial expansion. The City of Kwinana represents and services the suburbs of Anketell, Bertram, Calista, Casuarina, Hope Valley, Kwinana Beach, Leda, Mandogalup, Medina, Naval Base, Orelia, Parmelia, Postans, the Spectacles, Wandi, and Wellard.

This space contains 4 different areas that can be booked independently.


About this space

Honeywood Complex is located next to Honeywood Primary School and is made up of Ngook Boorn Mia Mia/Honeywood Pavilion, Honeywood Oval and Honeywood park - Public Open Space.

Booking schedule

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Amenities

Tables Chairs/Sofas Family Friendly Outdoor Area Free Parking Toilets Public Transport Accessible Kitchenette Air Conditioning Wheelchair Friendly Lighting BBQ Playground/ Playspace Showers/Change Rooms Cleaning Equipment Bins Accessible Toilets

Suitable for

Dance Photoshoot Rehearsal Birthday General Celebration Baby Shower Playgroup School Holiday Program Community Group Fundraiser Gathering Meet Up Public Event Meeting Class Training Workshop Meditation Support Group Yoga Family Event Religious Celebration Pop up Store AFL Athletics Baseball Cricket Disc Golf General Fitness Hockey Rugby Soccer

Location

Cnr Honeywood Ave and Litoria Drive, wandi WA 6167, Australia

Opening times

Monday

7:00am - Midnight

Tuesday

7:00am - Midnight

Wednesday

7:00am - Midnight

Thursday

7:00am - Midnight

Friday

7:00am - Midnight

Saturday

7:00am - Midnight

Sunday

7:00am - Midnight

Rules

We ask you to be considerate and to take measures to contain all noise within the Hall, particularly during the evenings. In Western Australia, noise within a property is controlled by the Environmental Protection (Noise) Regulations 1997. The regulations set decibel levels for different times of the day and week that should not be exceeded at the property boundary. The levels vary during the day to reflect the changes in sensitivity to noise in residential areas. The noise levels are least restrictive during the day on weekdays. The levels are lower in the evenings, 7pm to 10pm, and on weekends and public holidays. From 10pm onwards, only background environmental noise should be audible. These Regulations are enforced by Police Officers and City of Kwinana Authorised Noise Officers. Consider placement of your speakers and any noise generating equipment. Direct any speakers inwards and downwards to contain noise within the hall. Lower your volume and turn any bass noise down after 7pm. walking outside and listen for noise from the hall. If you can make out the actual words to a song or hear the bass of the music, the noise is too loud and needs to be turned down. By 10pm, there should be no noise heard outside at all. Remember to ask your guests to leave quietly and say goodbyes inside.

No adhesive substances to be used on walls, doors, windows or ceilings such as blu tak or sticky tape.

Nothing is to be fixed to walls, ceilings, windows or doors.

No pegs to be used on grounds. Please use alternatives such as water weights and sand bags.

As per our Terms and Conditions:

5.6 The following fees and charges may be deducted from the bond (at the absolute discretion of the City): additional hire time; repairs to the hired facility, equipment, surroundings; missing or damaged keys; removal of decorations or damage to walls; additional cleaning and security call outs; and multiple attempts to refund bond due to incorrect bank details in accordance with the City Schedule of Fees and Charges.

  • We strongly recommend scheduling a site induction or viewing before the booking date.

Reviews

4.4 (7)

Additional details

Parking and Public Transport Information

Parking is available on Litoria drive corner Honeywood ave or Honeywood Ave and Magenup Drive.

Please do not park on verges or footpaths.

The City encourages the use of public transport or walking or cycling instead.

Bus 5374 stops nearby, please visit Transperth website for timetables.

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