Metcalfe is a locality in central Victoria, Australia and lies on the Coliban River, downstream from the Malmsbury reservoir.
Metcalfe was developed mainly during the central Victorian gold rush of 1851-1865. For most of its history the major economic activity has been grazing. Recent (2015) purchases of large grazing properties have been made by Chinese interests.
At times, Metcalfe has had a school, a post office, a pub and various other businesses, but all of these are now closed. With the opening of the Calder Freeway the volume of traffic travelling via Metcalfe between Kyneton and Bendigo reduced significantly.
– Hall is 8m wide x 9m long, with 100 chairs and 20 tables
– Meeting room is 3m wide x 6m long, with 15 chairs and 2 tables
– Kitchen with oven, cooktop, microwave, urn, refrigerator, freezer, pie warmer and dish washer.
– Crockery, cutlery, and water glasses for 100 people
– Tea/coffee cups for 75 people
– Projector and screen to hall
– PA system to hall
– Whiteboard to meeting room
– Heating and air conditioning
– Onsite parking for 50 cars
– BBQ facilities
– Outdoor seating area
Fees and charges
Dance / Party
Hire for local groups and residents
Dance / Party
A cleaning charge will apply should the hirer require the Committee to arrange cleaning after the function.
A bond will also apply for functions.