Ballarat Trades Hall provides a number of offices and other resources to our affiliated unions and organisations that share our beliefs and philosophy on the power of collective bargaining and the rights of working people to organisise and be active participants in their unions. If you are looking for office space at Ballarat Trades Hall please contact the Secretary,there are a number of offices available at resonable prices and rent can be charged monthly or quarterly.
Our Tenants are:
(First Floor) Saines Lucas Solicitors
(Office 1) Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation
(Office 2) Members Equity Bank / Industry Financial Funds and Planning
(Office 3) Trades Hall Secretary
(Office 4) Health Workers Union
(Office 5) Australian Services Union
(Office 6) Construction Forestry Mining and Energy Union
(Office 7) Australian Manufacturing Workers Union (Metals and Food Divisions)
(Office 8 - rear of TH stage) Electrical Trades Union and Plumbing Trades Employees Union
(Office 9 - rear of TH stage) Chinese Australian Cultural Society Ballarat Lion Team
SPACES FOR HIRE AND USE
Ballarat Trades Hall is a resource for union members and those prepared to join a union as well as for our community in Ballarat and Western Victoria. Many community groups use our spaces for meetings and events and are encouraged to do so, our hiring fees are very flexible, especially for community groups and not for profits that help our community like we do. If you would like to use Trades Hall than please contact the Secretary to discuss availability and pricing as well as any special needs your group might have.
Ballarat Trades Hall is proud of our heritage and history and the part that Ballarat and region workers played in the formation of the organised labour movement in Victoria, Australia and around the world. History is a great platform to look to the future from, as well as the work we do today to advance the cause of working people we recognise the blood, sweat and tears of those workers who built those foundations and the rights and freedoms we enjoy today - how dare we lose what they have won!