Obi Obi hall is owned by the Obi Obi and Kidaman Creek communities, and operated by volunteers from the Obi Obi and Kidaman Creek District Community Hall Association Inc.
Address – 856 Obi Obi Rd Obi Obi QLD 4574
P O Box 276 Mapleton Queensland 4560
The floor plan can be downloaded to aid planning of seating.
Obi Obi Hall has 144 sq meters of floor area plus stage, and can accommodate up to 110 people seated with our tables and chairs. The kitchen has a six burner gas stove, small microwave oven, 20 litre electric urn, dishwasher, large double door drinks fridge, 142L chest freezer (holds 11 x 5kg bags of ice) and one domestic fridge. The hall’s kitchen and toilets are designed for easy cleaning, with cleaning equipment and toilet consumables provided. The kitchen equipment includes a small amount of various plates, cups and cutlery. To aid catering suppliers, the kitchen has a separate external access to the parking area.
Included are 2 – wood folding tables (each 2.4 x .9 m), 24 – plastic topped folding tables (each 1.8 x .75 m, seating 2 to 3 guests per side), 1 – high chair, 1 – small round table (750mm dia), 110 – chairs (metal framed with wood seats and back) and 10 – old plastic chairs (metal frames with plastic seats) as part of the hall hire fee.
The hall and it’s grounds can accommodate a maximum of 120 guests.
See our page – Hall photos – for photos of the hall’s interior and tables and chairs.
The hall has six old wooden bench seats (four x 6 m long and two x 4.5 m long) placed around the interior of the hall. To reduce the risk of damage to the bench seats, the bench seats cannot be taken outside the hall.
Obi Obi hall complies with 2012 disability standards for parking, hall access and toilet facilities. The hall has one disabled toilet and three unsex toilets.
Fairy lights permanently adorn the hall’s interior ceiling, see our blog’s hall photos page.
External power points are provided for use with functions held on the hall’s grounds. To provide power for a trailer mounted freezer, an external 15 amp power point is available at the rear of the kitchen.
Garbage, we provide six wheelie bins for your garbage and have available four metal garbage bins for use inside the hall.
At present the hall does not have heating or a public address system.
Parking – parking is limited, 30 car parks available on the verge of Stave Rd, and 20 vehicles in the hall’s parking area, bus hire is available.
Staves Rd and the hall’s parking area can be accessed by vehicles in most weathers.
The hall’s grounds include a fire circle which is available for use, but when used requires a nominated person to be in charge of the fire. Completing a Fire Circle Consent form identifying the nominated person is required. Firewood is not supplied, you could bring your own or a local delivery could be arranged.
Communication. No land line. Mobile phone reception and internet connection signal strength is poor but connectable.
Access – Obi Obi hall is situated in the Obi Obi valley, a 45 minute drive from Maroochydore via Mapleton and a one hour drive from Noosa via Eumundi.
Be aware that while travelling from Mapleton to the Obi Obi hall, the Obi Obi rd descends to the floor of the Obi Obi valley via a one way winding dirt road that some drivers find challenging. The ascent is by a more modern sealed road.
Hire rates include GST.
Weddings – min hire period 2.5 days – $1400.00 including GST (one day to set up, next day the wedding and a half day for pack-up).
Hall hire includes professional cleaning of the interior of the hall, kitchen and toilets after the hire period.
A bond may be required
Payment by internet banking, cheque or other arrangement.
The farmer that owns the property surrounding the hall breeds bulls for sale. The paddocks adjacent to the hall could contain bulls that may be aggressive or cows that may be protective of their calves. DO NOT ENTER.
The hirer is responsible for leaving the hall and grounds in a tidy condition.
Decoration of the interior hall is allowed, with a step ladder provided.
All loud noise, e.g. amplified music is to stop at midnight.
No naked flame (candles or tea lights) inside the hall.
No camping or dogs allowed at the hall.
No paper confetti inside the hall.
PUBLIC LIABILITY INSURANCE
Each hall hirer is required to get their own public liability insurance.
Event public liability insurance covers the hirer if the hirer is found to be legally responsible for personal injury to a third party or damage to their property.
Most insurance brokers can provide quotes for events. We require a one off event public liability insurance for the total hiring period for a minimum of $5,000,000.00 cover.
Home or business insurance may be able to be extended to provide cover for your event.
See our page – Wedding insurance – for an insurance broker familiar with our hall’s activities.
Bands, caterers and wedding planners must have their own public liability insurance.
Contact the Association’s Secretary for more information.
The hiring process involves the lodging of a deposit and the completion of our hall hire confirmation form.
A booking will be accepted only after a firm quote of hire costs and other conditions is given to the potential hall hirer.
The Association will not hold a date for a client prior to completing the hiring process.
The hall’s water supply is rainwater only, which is collected off the hall’s roof and stored in metal water tanks.
The balance of the hire fee, the public liability insurance and the bond have to be to be finalized at least two months prior to your event .
Some information on suppliers of wedding related services can be found on the page – WEDDING RELATED SERVICES – on the top right side of this page.
HALL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE
To view the hall, hire or for more information, use the contact form below or contact the Secretary, Dennis Woodford on 07 54469154, if unavailable our President, Rodney Heading on 0417601483.
Email – Dennis Woodford – denwood@