Harold Park Community Hall

Harold Park Community Hall

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Phone: 02 9265 9333

Email: council@cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au

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Self-help groups can book spaces at our community venues for bookings starting 1 July

We've reduced the bookings at our venues to comply with NSW Health orders and support the health and safety of our staff and visitors.

Read more about the requirements for hiring a venue.

Our community centre services and programs are running at a reduced level and you'll need to book a session to attend.

We continue to offer online programs.

About the venue

The Harold Park Community Hall is located on level 1 within the Tramsheds complex in Forest Lodge.

The former tram depot has been transformed to an accessible and sustainable community venue. The site preserves its heritage significance while providing modern facilities for contemporary events.

Read about one of the venue's first regular bookings, High School Jujitsu team.

The venue is available for hire 7 days a week from 7am to 10pm.

Please note, we require 2 weeks notice to make a booking at a community venue that is not staffed.


Harold Park Community Hall

1 Dalgal Way
Forest Lodge NSW 2037
02 9265 9333

Access at a glance

On-site mobility parking No
Mobility parking within 300m No
Level access entrance Yes
Entry door type Automatic
Floors 1
Lift No
Accessible toilets Yes – 1
Ambulant toilets No
Accessible change facilities No
Hearing support system Yes

Venue hire information

The room is available for hire 7 days a week from 7am to 10pm.


The room measures 500m2.


The venue is limited to 250 people.


  • hearing loop
  • wall-mounted projector screen
  • 20 trestle tables
  • 200 chairs (includes chair trolley)
  • couch and chair in breakout area
  • portable stage
  • free wifi
  • air conditioning.


Kitchen with:

  • fridge
  • electric oven and stove top
  • microwave
  • dishwasher
  • stainless steel bench tops
  • instant hot water (Zip system).
  • pie warmer
  • bain-marie.
  • sprung timber floor
  • black-out curtains on all glass windows.

Special considerations

  • Additional cleaning can be arranged.
  • Some functions may need additional security.
  • Gold licence caterers required for alcohol service, venue is unlicensed.


  • Hearing loops available.
  • Accessible lift and toilets.

Transport and parking

  • On-site car park. First 2 hours free.
  • Light rail to Jubilee Park station.
  • Bus route 433 stops at The Crescent opposite Nelson Street.
  • Bus routes 431 and 370 stop at Glebe Point Road near Pendrill and Leichhardt streets.

Main hall hire fees

  • weekdays until 5pm: $68.50 an hour
  • weekdays after 5pm, all day on weekends and public holidays: $103 an hour
  • day rate (Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm only): $410 a day
  • weekend full day rate, including public holidays (9am to 10pm): $1,300 a day
  • community hire rate: 50% discount on standard hire rate

Additional charges

  • election surcharge: $1,250 an election
  • cleaning fee: quotation available on request
  • security fee: quotation available on request
  • room set-up fee: quotation available on request
  • wedding surcharge: booking fee + 10%
  • lighting rig operator (Glebe Town Hall only)
  • additional site inspection (1 included each booking): $81.50
  • self help groups – 50% discount applies to community/not-for-profit organisations/social enterprise fee – available to self-help and support groups on application only (conditions apply)


For more information please contact:

Community Venues
02 9265 9333

Last updated: Wednesday, 1 July 2020