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Buildings and Grounds For Hire

If you are planning a party, reunion, or music event and would like it to have a real country feel? Our buildings and grounds might be just what you're looking for. Bring in a few hay bales and set up a band on one of our powered stages, fire up your BBQ and you've got a party to remember.

Prefer an indoor location? Several of our buildings will tick the boxes for sit down dinners, a country dance, fitness classes, jam sessions. So many options! Read on for more details.

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Iris’ Donga 


Fully equipped and approved commercial kitchen. There is space available for seating within the building. Ideal for dinner meeting, or for chefs/cooks/market stall owners who require an approved space for food prep. 


Pavilion Hall

Our iconic, character-filled two story building. Great location for a party, bush dance, fitness classes, small weddings or meetings, trivia nights etc. It has a small kitchen (no cooking facilities, but Iris' Donga can be used for food prep), wheelchair access ramp, and wheelchair accessible toilet.


Food Hall


Most would know this as where the Black Ant Cafe operates at Show time, with roller shutters opening to the outside area. Our bar is run from here too, and this can open up to the area where our Stages are located.


Performance Stages


We have two covered performance stages which have concrete floors. Power is available, as are portable microphone systems.

And the grounds…


Of course we have amazing grounds that can be used for events and camping. Past uses include:

  • Scouts Camps

  • Car boot sales

  • Fitness classes

  • Dog shows/training

  • Event camping

  • Pony club

  • Rodeos



As COVID-19 restrictions continue to ease, we will be taking bookings for use of our grounds and facilities. 


For more detailed information and bookings, contact:


Carole Clancy, Administration Officer,  phone 07 5485 2331 


or email

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