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Assembly Hall

The Assembly Hall is a versatile space located at the back of the Boyd building. This room is suitable for meetings, conferences, performances, workshops, passive recreational activities and celebrations.

Inside the Boyd Assembly Hall

Features of the room


​Seating for up to 60 people or standing for up to 70 people


  • 60 chairs
  • 6 foldable tables
  • Audio-visual equipment: short throw data projector, 4 speakers, 3-in-1 HDMI Cable, VGA and Aux Cable
  • Whiteboard (markers not provided)
  • Access to a mini-fridge and sink
  • Free wireless internet access


The venue is wheelchair-accessible.

Getting there

  • Tram route 58 - Stop 116
  • Tram route 12 - Stop 126 (with a 5-minute walk)

Conditions of hire

Please read our terms and conditions and policy below before making your booking. Once you have applied for a booking you have accepted our terms and conditions.

How to book

Make a booking onlineOpens in new tab or download the booking request form below.

If submitting a regular or recurring request, please be aware that bookings are limited to 15 hours per month, per hirer, and that certain spaces or times may not be suitable for recurring bookings.

Once we receive your booking request, we will provide you with a booking confirmation email with information on costs, inductions, building access (including after hours), security, cleaning and technical support. An invoice will follow separately. Payment can be made via the online payment portal, we only accept payment by debit/credit card.

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Commercial or private

$66 per hour

Community or not-for-profit organisations

$12.60 per hour

our acknowledgement

  • Torres Strait Islander Flag
  • Aboriginal People Flag

The City of Melbourne respectfully acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land we govern, the Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung and Bunurong / Boon Wurrung peoples of the Kulin and pays respect to their Elders past and present. 


We acknowledge and honour the unbroken spiritual, cultural and political connection they have maintained to this unique place for more than 2000 generations.

We accept the invitation in the Uluru Statement from the Heart and are committed to walking together to build a better future.