Venue Hire: The Old Kirk & Function Room
Yamba’s heritage-listed former Presbyterian Church has found a new home alongside the Yamba Museum. The Church was built in 1921 in response to a growing Presbyterian population and was last used in 1999.
The dilapidated 88 year old building was donated to the Society and moved from Wooli Street on 11th May 2009.
After a decade of meetings, planning and finally restoration made possible through a Federal Government grant, the oldest remaining church in Yamba has been incorporated into the museum as The Old Kirk.
This unique cultural, exhibition and celebration space is available for hire to community groups and individuals for exhibitions, meetings and small special events such as weddings and baby naming ceremonies.
The Function Room was newly completed in 2020 as part of a grant from the NSW State Government to enhance the Yamba Museum precinct. It is managed and maintained by volunteers of the Port of Yamba Historical Society. This venue has louvred windows overlooking the golf course, giving lots of natural light. It may be used in conjunction with the hire of The Old Kirk.
Please call the museum on (02) 66 46 1399, email firstname.lastname@example.org or enter into the form below to discuss your requirements.