Community Halls and Venues

Community Halls and Venues

Casino Community and Cultural Centre

Built with the assistance of grant funding from the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Local Government, and officially opened in September 2011, the two-storey venue is an example of modern design honouring the time-tested aesthetics of Art Deco. The Art Deco-inspired building has eight flexible meeting rooms available for hire, with kitchen and toilet facilities located on both floors. All interested groups are invited to take a look at the facility.

Local company Bennett Constructions was awarded the Best Commercial Project – Public Building ($1M-$3M) for the Casino Community & Cultural Centre at the Regional Master Builders Association Regional Awards held at the Ballina RSL gala awards night on 30 June 2012.


How to make a booking for your event

Anybody wishing to make an enquiry may do so by the following means:

Plan of management

Richmond Valley Council received a grant from the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Local Government to build the Casino Community and Cultural Centre enabling the building to open in September 2011. You can view the plan of management and building plans here.

If you would like any more information about the management of the Centre contact:

Customer Service – Richmond Valley Council
Phone (02) 6660 0225
Email council@richmondvalley.nsw.gov.au


Casino Civic Hall

The Casino Civic Hall is available to the general public to hire for events, meetings and celebrations.

Council’s policy in relation to this booking is that fees and charges must be applied consistently across all categories of community groups. However, community groups and charities are able to make a separate written application to Council to be reimbursed for charges.

To hire the Casino Civic Hall, please visit Council’s dedicated bookings website Bookable.


 

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