Clontarf Cottage

A historical cottage built in 1844, Clontarf Cottage delivers old world charm and beauty in a truly picturesque locale of the Inner West. With its unique heritage features and close proximity to some of Sydney's best views, Clontarf Cottage is perfect for intimate events, playing host to weddings, celebrations and family gatherings.

Find us at:

Clontarf Cottage
4 Wallace Street, Balmain


Phone: 02 9392 5000

Hire Information

Suitable for:

Small community gatherings, meetings, celebrations, low impact events and activities.


2 main areas, kitchen with basic bar fridge and domestic stove, use of grounds at the front of the premises, 25 wooden chairs, 25 plastic chairs, 8 small wooden tables, 4 trestle tables, 5 portable card tables, 2 oil heaters.


50 people


Clontarf Cottage is not an accessibile venue.

Conditions of Hire

General Conditions of Hire  (PDF 138.1KB)
Venue Information - Clontarf Cottage Hire Documents (PDF 120.4KB)

Floor Plan - Clontarf Cottage (PDF 144.9KB)

Fees and Charges for Hire

Community venues and facilities fees and charges (PDF 718KB)

Reduced Fees and Fee Waivers

Inner West Council offers reduced fees and fee waivers for a number of Council venues and services to eligible applicants. The program aims to support organisations, community groups,and individuals with limited income streams to provide projects,programs, events, and activities for the benefit of the local community.Find out more about Reduced Fees and Fee Waivers


If you are applying for use of this facility for the purposes ofhosting a same sex marriage, please indicate “Yes” in the ActivityDetails Section of the Application Form.

Apply online here

Alternatively you can complete the Community Facility Booking Application Form (PDF 640.3KB) 


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Page last updated: 18 Mar 2019