Gympie Civic Centre

Gympie Civic Centre

Gympie Civic Centre is the home of performing arts in the heart of the City. The multi-faceted centre, includes three function spaces suitable for everything from performances to wedding receptions, meetings and conferences. Showcasing a diverse program of local and national events, the Gympie Civic Centre is the hub of cultural, community and corporate life in the region.

The Heritage Theatre has tiered seating with a capacity of 400 seats which makes it ideal for most theatre productions/conferences as perfect vision is ensured. The Prospectors Hall is a large open auditorium perfect for dances, weddings, exhibitions and much more. The Fossickers Room is a small meeting room, more suited to intimate functions such as conference, weddings and other social gatherings.

Venue Information

Address: 32 Mellor Street, Gympie
Phone: 07 5481 0980

Opening Hours: Monday till Friday 9:00am – 1:00pm & 1 hour prior to a performance.

Email: CivicCentre@gympie.qld.gov.au

Tickets & Event Information

Online ticket sales: EventFinda (please CLICK HERE)

Phone ticket sales: 07 5481 0980

Upcoming Events: See the list of upcoming events on the calendar below.

Upcoming Events

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Women's Breakfast - The Cycle of Giving

In 2004, Mary Long’s husband Mal underwent a heart transplant at The Prince Charles Hospital (TPCH). In 2006, Mary and Mal, to attempt to give something in return, held a cycle ride from Landsborough to TPCH, to acknowledge and give thanks to their Donor family

Collister & Fix

Christine Collister and Michael Fix create a rare musical synergy, that transcends cultures and musical traditions to enrapture audiences wherever they perform

The Only Way Is Up! - Queensland Women’s Week

A family fun-filled Variety Show. 36 Performers, foot-tapping tunes, dance, laughter, aerial feats, tears and thought-provoking material. Talented professional and semi-profession performers and speakers will send you home feeling uplifted and energised.

Arts and Culture Forum

Public art reflects and reveals the uniqueness of our community and enhances our public spaces. This Arts and Culture Forum looks at what is happening around us and where to from here.

The East Pointers

Redefining modern folk with chart-worthy pop hooks, deep acoustic groove, trance-like trad breakdowns and three-part harmonies, this Canadian fiddle/banjo/guitar trio light a path for a new generation of music lovers who don’t care for labels.

Ross Noble - HUMOURNOID

What happens when pure comedy takes human form. What happens when a creature is created and bred to do stand up, Nobody knows because that isn’t a thing. 

The Swingin' Martinis

Take a couple of swingers, hand them microphones, slip them into tuxedos & what do you have? The Swingin’ Martinis!!

The Owl and The Pussycat

In a pea green boat, an owl and a pussycat sail across the sea for a year and a day to fair Bong-tree Bay. Adventure calls, new encounters await and love conquers all in a nostalgic musical journey and irresistible blend of romance and nonsense.

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Venue Specifications Venue Specifications

Prospectors Hall

  • Capacity: 608 (Theatre style); 400 (Banquet style)                    
  • Approximate room dimensions: 22m x 20m
  • 128 permanent seats in upstairs gallery                                    
  • Stage size: 14.1m x 3.5m                                                           
  • 100 rectangle tables are available (1700mm x 750mm) 6 people max per table               

Heritage Theatre

  • Downstairs seating: 293 (2 wheelchair bays)                 
  • Upstairs seating: 108
  • Stage: 10.7m x 14.3m                                            
  • Stage wings: 2.8m x 3.9m

Fossickers Room

  • Rectangle tables are available (1700mm x 750mm)                 
  • Approximate room dimensions:  14.5m x 14.2m
  • Capacity – 120 (Theatre style) or 80 (Banquet style)

Accessibility

There is wheelchair access at the main entrance of the Civic Centre through to all function spaces. Wheelchair accessible seating must be booked over the phone or in-person. We ask that you discuss your needs and ticketing options with our Box Office staff when booking to ensure you have an enjoyable experience. Accessible amenities are located in the foyer.

We accept companion cards for all ticketed shows at the Civic Centre.

Parking

Ample public parking is available directly outside of the Gympie Civic Centre with access from Mellor St and overflow carpark available accessible from both Mellor St and McLeod St.

Ticket collection

The Box Office will be open 1 hour prior to the commencement of the show for ticket collection. You will need ID or proof of purchase to collect your tickets. An email on your phone is acceptable.