Bundoora Homestead Art Centre is where contemporary art and Australian history collide. A home for creative thinking, community participation and contemporary arts practice, where artist and audience are engaged, welcomed, challenged, and where they are empowered to contribute to a conversation about the issues of our time and place, all within a rich historical heritage. We recognise that art and culture are vital to the well-being of individuals and communities.
The Mess space at Bundoora Homestead Art Centre is available for hire Wednesday – Sunday 10am -5pm each week for activities that meet the Homestead’s booking criteria and contribute to our purpose and vision. These activities include (but are not limited to): Community meetings, conferences, book clubs, art classes, craft clubs, language classes, playgroups, dance rehearsals, yoga classes, theatre or music rehearsals, exhibitions and plays (within limitations).
The largest room in our grand heritage mansion, boasting windows on all four walls, The Mess is a glorious space bathed in natural light with distinctive heritage accents. With its own private entrance and easy access to the Homestead gardens, café and main galleries, The Mess is the perfect place to hold your event. The room can accommodate up to 70 people standing, or 35 seated, and can be set up to suit your needs.
It is strongly suggested that you read the Conditions of Hire before sending a booking application. By signing a booking application, hirers are adhering and agreeing to the Conditions of Hire.
To book a room, please complete a Booking Application Form and send it to Bundoora Homestead Art Centre. A staff member will be in touch as soon as possible to provide information on room availability and hire fees.
For any enquiries, or to submit your application, please contact us:
Phone: 03 9496 1060
Post: Bundoora Homestead Art Centre, 7 Prospect Hill Drive, Bundoora VIC 3073
Please note: Bundoora Homestead Art Centre is undertaking a six month trial utilising The Mess gallery as a venue hire space until December 2019. At the end of this period visitor and client feedback will assist us to assess whether this is a successful model to implement permanently. At that time all fees and charges will be reviewed by Darebin Council.