FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: What is the current situation given the COVID-19 pandemic?
Important information regarding COVID-19 and the Koorliny Arts Centre
Koorliny Arts Centre is still open for business for performances, classes and workshops.
The safety of our staff, artists, patrons and the general public is always our greatest priority. If you are feeling unwell, displaying flu-like symptoms, or have been in contact with anyone who has tested positive for the current Coronavirus, please DO NOT attend the Centre. Call our box office on (08) 9467 7118 and we will arrange a transfer of your ticket.
Koorliny has taken steps to brief our staff, to increase venue cleaning frequency, and has made hand sanitiser accessible to all staff and guests of the Centre.
If you are coming to the Centre, please follow these healthy hygiene habits:
- Wash your hands regularly for at least 20 seconds, using soap and water, or an alcohol-based gel (singing a song chorus makes the time go faster).
- Cover your mouth/nose with a tissue or flexed elbow if you need to cough or sneeze, and wash your hands again afterwards.
Koorliny Arts Centre is closely monitoring COVID-19 advice from the Australian Government Department of Health, and we will keep patrons, artists, and the community updated should our situation change.
Q: What do you do here?
We currently have two theatres available for hire. For more information, see the VENUE HIRE page.
Q: How do I find out about auditions?
Q: Do you still have regular indoor or outdoor cinema programmes?
Q: Do you sell alcohol at events?
Q: How can I get involved?
If you represent a company, you can also become a CORPORATE PARTNER.
Q: Is there parking at the centre?
Three disabled bays are situated next to the walkway leading to the main entrance.
Q: Is there wheelchair access?
Three disabled parking bays are situated next to a ramp and walkway leading to the main entrance, which has automatic doors. A ramp leads towards the foyer and theatre areas. The outside rooms and amphitheatre are accessible through an automatic door near the Box Office.
Koorliny Arts Centre has a number of dedicated wheelchair seating options. Please discuss your requirements with Box Office staff.
There are two toilets with wheelchair access near the main theatre entrance.
Q: Do babies and toddlers need tickets to see shows?
Q: Do I need to pay for my tickets when booking?
Q: Do you accept credit cards?
Q: Do you have EFTPOS?
Q: Do you have PayPal?
Q: Do you take Companion Cards?
Q: Can I get a refund on tickets?
Q: What happens if I am running late for a performance?
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