We are proud to be home to three remarkable arts venues. Presenting our diverse, evolving schedule of art and cultural programming each year.
Bundoora Homestead Art Centre
Built in 1900, Bundoora Homestead is a magnificent Queen Anne-style Federation mansion operating as a historic house, art gallery and café, registered by Heritage Victoria and certified by the National Trust.
Bundoora Homestead Art Centre is the public art gallery for Darebin. It hosts contemporary visual arts and craft exhibitions, a public education program including artist talks, workshops, events, and the biennial Darebin Art Prize. A selected range of Bundoora Homestead and exhibition merchandise is also available for sale.
Bundoora Homestead’s café offers a delicious range of small treats for afternoon tea. Set amidst heritage gardens and located in the elegant billiards room, it’s the perfect location for a friendly and relaxed bite to eat.
Bundoora Homestead Art Centre maintains excellent disability access including a lift, on-site car parking, and is situated close to public transport.
To discuss using this venue, please contact us on 03 9496 1060
Darebin Arts and Entertainment Centre
Darebin Arts and Entertainment Centre is conveniently located 20 minutes from the airport and is the ideal venue for your corporate or catered event.
The venue provides a large range of rooms to suit varying event sizes and a fully equipped theatre with seating for up to 380. A large on-site car park adds to the convenience and versatility of this venue.
To discuss using this venue, please contact us on 03 8740 8282.
Northcote Town Hall
Northcote Town Hall features a magnificent Spanish deco main hall and rooftop space with panoramic views across Melbourne. A versatile venue, with a range of meeting rooms and performance spaces in the heart of Northcote’s vibrant High Street.
To discuss using this venue, please contact us on 03 9481 9500.
Other Darebin Venues
We have a range of other venues available for hire within the Council including the multipurpose community centre, community halls, and comfortable and well-equipped meeting rooms at local libraries.