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Rooms and venues at the Old Cheese Factory

Hire the Old Cheese Factory for a range of events including wedding ceremonies and receptions, BBQs, birthdays, business meetings and community groups and events.

We are working to address the impact of the storms on Tuesday 13 February.
Kitchen at Old Cheese Factory

This spacious kitchen is centrally located in the administration building. You can use it to prepare food along with a facility or room booking.

Inside of the Chapel at the Old Cheese Factory

The Chapel (formerly St Luke’s Church in Mount Waverley) is close to the playground, bathrooms and BBQ facilities. If you are holding your wedding ceremony outside, it can also be used as a backup option in case of wet weather.

high tea at the gallery

This historic two-storey building is set among the homestead gardens and is close to the café. The top floor can be used for small functions, accessible by external stairs.

Function room event

The Function Room is our largest and most versatile facility. You can use it for business or private functions including events, birthday parties and wedding receptions.

Outdoor gazebo

The outdoor gazebo includes a BBQ. It is sheltered by trees, closed-off from roads and located close to the playground. It is an ideal area for friends, family and children to enjoy the outdoors.

Lacebark Lawn

The Lacebark Lawn is conveniently located on the lawn at the entry of the grounds. With direct view of the playground and surrounded by large trees this is the perfect outdoor space for intimate functions.

Market veggie spread

The events and markets area, can accommodate up to 60 stalls, with over half directly serviced by outdoor power points. Ample parking onsite, toilets and playground nearby.

Middle Paddock at Old Cheese Factory

The large grassed middle paddock is positioned in the heart of the site. You can book it for engagement parties, wedding receptions, gala dinners, sporting activities and much more.


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