Quaama School of Arts

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Quaama Hall kitchen


The Quaama hall kitchen is available for hire. Inspections are invited by potential users.
This facility has BVSC approval for use as a commercial kitchen and meets all Australian standards for a commercial kitchen – this means that any products produced in this kitchen can be sold elsewhere for public consumption.

Kitchen features:

  • Stove – 90cm wide with electric oven (2 x 90cm shelves) and gas cooktop with four burners and a wok burner;
  • Rangehood;
  • Large refrigerator with top freezer space;
  • Generous stainless steel bench tops for workspace;
  • Two by large/deep stainless steel washing sinks and separate hand washing sink and taps;
  • Microwave oven;
  • Electric hot water service that is small enough to heat up quickly (and which we require be turned off before leaving);
  • Large electric urn for large gatherings, small electric jug, basic cooking trays and pans, utensils, cups, saucers, plates (approx. 80 pcs) and cutlery (users are encouraged to bring their own favourite cooking facilities)
  • Good galley style kitchen layout with generous space to move about easily.

About Quaama School of Arts

TreasurerVeronica Abbott
SecretaryGlennda Heino
Quaama Hall BookingsAlicia Cowin

The Quaama School of Arts is one of 20 community halls in the Bega Valley owned and operated by the Bega Valley Shire Council, which recognises that such buildings are important places for the community to engage in social, artistic, cultural, educational and recreational activities.

Council recognises that these halls could not be provided to the community without the efforts of individual community hall committees and the wide range of volunteers who assist the committees to manage and maintain the facilities.

Council’s hall committee management structure is based on two levels of committee;

  • The General Halls and Buildings Committee (Section 355 committee) – a peak advisory committee to Council consisting of a representative from each of the individual hall committees in the shire;
  • An individual Committee for each individual hall – which operates under strict guidelines and delegations prescribed by legislation.

This framework is governed by The Local Government Act 1993 which details how Council can exercise its functions in respect of a wide range of community services and facilities.
The Roles and Responsibilities of individual hall committees are:

  • General care and maintenance of the hall;
  • Management of bookings for use of the hall;
  • Development and implementation of a budget covering operational maintenance and capital development;
  • Exercise of financial delegations for activities endorsed in the Budget and for incidental purchases;
  • Authorisation of essential emergency repairs where Council after hours assistance is unable to coordinate such repairs;
  • Nomination of a representative and an alternate representative for appointment to the General Halls and Building Committee.


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