Floor Plans


TCH Floor Plans

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Tatura Civic Halls offer a choice of two halls – Victory Hall and the Mechanics Institute hall, with an attached Kitchen and bar area as further options. There is also a small meeting space suitable for meetings of up to 20 people in the space to the left of the entry foyer.


Victory Hall


Victory Hall

Victory Hall is regularly booked for Theatrical events, Musical events, Special celebrations e.g 21st birthdays, engagements, special birthdays and anniversaries, Exhibitions e.g the Tatura Rotary Art Show held each Queens Birthday Long Weekend and Presentation nights e.g Sacred Heart and Tatura Primary Schools hold many of their presentations here.


Mechanics Institute Hall


Mechanics Institute Hall

Though a smaller space, the Mechanics Hall is absolutely ideal for seminars eg. business presentations such as the recent Tatura and City of Greater Shepparton Business Breakfast Forum, club and society meetings e.g the Tatura Film Society of 65 members meets here once a month for their film screenings, as another display space e.g the Tatura Pet Art Workshop Show and the Tatura Rotary Art Show.


Kitchen Option


TCH Kitchen

Our fully equipped commercial sized kitchen is available for hire and allows you to prepare and cook food (as happens during the Art Shows), heat and serve pre-prepared foods, store food in our refrigerators or any combination of the above.

We have commercial washing up facilities, ample work benches, rubbish disposal as well as crockery, cutlery and glassware available to hirers. In the annexe, next to the kitchen, is a bar with refrigerators, glassware, washing facilities and storage space as well.


Foyer Meeting Space


Foyer Meeting Space

While compact, our front foyer of the Victory Hall provides a great little meeting space for a diverse range of organisations and committees such as the Tatura Civic Halls committee, the Tatura Film Society and the Blue Light Disco committee. It also acts as the reception space for events within Victory Hall and is used to great effect by organisations such as Rotary with their Annual Art Show.