Theatre: 114

Banquet: 0

Cocktail: 0

Rooms: 0

On-site dining

Eureka Centre is located at the Eureka Stockade Memorial Park, considered to be the site of the 1854 Eureka Stockade rebellion. Home to one of Australia’s most com­pelling historic artefacts, the Eureka Flag, the Centre engages visitors in the compelling story of the Eureka Stockade and the formation of democracy in Australia.

With views over the historic park, the Centre offers a unique location for a range of special and corporate events.

The 114-seat auditorium includes AV, staging and lighting, suitable for film screenings, presentations and performances.

The adjacent Democracy Room is an ideal break-out space or meeting room, catering for between 15 and 40 people and include whiteboards, flip charts and touchscreens.

The Tower Room, café and permanent exhibition space provide opportunities for distinctive special events.

Quality in-house catering by Lilly’s at Eureka café is available. The Centre’s shop can supply a range of unique gift options for your guests. Guided tours of the Eureka exhibition are available. Wi-Fi is available in all rooms.

Open daily between 10am and 5pm; the venue is also available outside of these times for your next event.

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Breakout spaces


Conference/function facilities


Meeting rooms

On-site dining


102 Stawell Street South, Eureka VIC 3350

3km from town centre

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102 Stawell Street South, Eureka VIC 3350

3km from town centre

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