Workshop, exhibition or meeting space in gallery above book shop

5 (8)
· 42 Henry Street, Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia ·
Min. 2 hours
Paper Bird

Hosted by Paper Bird

SpacetoCo Host since May 2017

Children's Bookshop Owner

About this space

Located in the Heritage Moores Building on Henry St, this light-filled gallery above the gorgeous Paper Bird children's book shop is ideal for small exhibitions, workshops and meetings. Chiseled limestone and brick walls, large sash windows, 12 foot ceilings and jarrah floor boards add to the charm of this elegant space.

Paper Bird is a children's books & arts centre with writers and artist studios adjacent to the Moores Gallery and Moore & Moore Cafe. It's the perfect space for child-related workshops, such as yoga, music, dance, mother-baby groups, parenting issues, art and craft. We have also had many grown-up meetings, book launches, music and exhibitions held here too.

This space holds 50-80 people, depending on seating/standing. Please note there are stairs to access this space.
***NOTE: If booking after 5pm, please split your booking so that the after hours additional charge can be added at checkout.

Opening times


7:00am - 10:00pm


7:00am - 10:00pm


7:00am - 10:00pm


7:00am - 10:00pm


7:00am - 10:00pm


7:00am - 10:00pm


7:00am - 10:00pm


This is a child-friendly venue so the use of the space must be respectful of this.
Exhibited artwork in the space cannot be moved unless approval is given by Paper Bird for a particular reason.
Alcohol can only be served under authorised conditions - check with manager.
Please clean up and remove rubbish at the end of the session.
Minimum 4 hour bookings for wedding ceremonies due to set up and pack down demands.

Additional details

Host's Cancellation Policy
100% refund on cancellations up until 7 days before your booking. After that, there are no refunds on cancellation.
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