saw ave amphitheatre d blumer View venue slideshowsaw ave amphitheatre bench d blumerSaw Avenue Amphitheatre

Located on Saw Avenue, this venue boasts an easily accessible, large grassed amphitheatre built in the 1970s. The granite cube stage was installed in 1995 as part of the Year of the Family Public Artworks.

The site hosts the Prompt Corner music theatre during summer each year which is ideal for families with young children. Nearby electric BBQs, nature-based play equipment, parking and toilet facilities add to the appeal of this venue.

Suited to
Social and family functions, community groups, corporate functions, weddings, film and photography, sporting events
Capacity
Over 250; specific conditions apply to medium-sized events (functions over 250 people)
Parking
May Drive or Saw Avenue
Access
Easily accessed via May Drive or Saw Avenue
Toilets
Short walk to toilets
Power
Available
Shelter
Part-shade
Seating
Amphitheatre seating
Refreshments
Approximately 750 m to May Drive Parkland or 2 km to Fraser Avenue precinct
Barbecues
Available to all park users; cannot be reserved as part of your booking
Booking times
Available 9.00 am - 6.00 pm daily, except during theatre season in January
Bookings
Please contact the Bookings Officer
Location
Saw Avenue Picnic Area
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Visitor disruptions will occur in the Saw Avenue Picnic Area from Monday 25 March 2019 due to toilet facilities upgrade works.

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