Hiring a Space

Harp Society 2 Jenny Smith

St George’s is blessed with a number of multi-purpose spaces that are highly practical for individuals and organisations to use for small and large meetings, events, dinners, classes, birthday parties, and concerts.
Our main auditorium can seat a maximum of 300 people.

All our hirers are required to sign a formal hire agreement upon a booking being accepted (Memorandum of Hire Form) and are required to abide by it during the time of hire.

Please Note, COVID-19 has meant changes in capacity and cleaning protocols of hiring. Contact our office for more details.

The standard hire rate for each space is $30/hour (Exc GST) on all event bookings.
* In Winter months a Heating Surcharge of $5/hour will apply to all bookings.

Supporting St. George’s Restoration Project
For Commercial events: a suggested donation of 20% on all Ticket purchases is appreciated (to be inc in Ticket price)

Hall Weekend Package – $600 (Exc GST)
12pm Friday – 12pm Sunday: $600 (not including Public liability cover) *
Currently Not Available

If you would like to make a regular booking monthly or per term, please contact our office.

*Public liability insurance is not included in this hire price but is a necessity, and for those using the facilities who are not insured we offer cover for $25/day (Personal Hire Liability Form).

St George’s reserves the right to refuse applications which do not accord with its ethos.
Please note that only Christian wedding ceremonies are authorised to be performed on church property.

If you are interested in one-off or repeated regular hire please contact the Church Office:
[email protected]
03 6223 2146 during office hours: 9am-5pm (Tuesday – Thursday).

Memorandum of Hire Form

Personal Hire Liability Form

Fire and Emergency Protocol

St George’s Bank Details

BSB: 067-002
A/C: 2804-8550
Name: St Georges Church
Reference: “Rent”


Harp Society of Tasmania photograph by Jenny Smith | Wedding Photography by Karen Brown www.karenbrown.com.au | Hobart Chamber Orchestra Photograph by Christine Akerman