Update on COVID-19
Updated 10.00 am Wednesday 8 July 2020
We at Bunjil Place appreciate the community's response to our reopening on Monday 1 July and would like to send our best wishes to all our supporters during these tough and frustrating times.
Following the latest advice from the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) we will temporarily close the facility to the public from 4.00 pm Wednesday 8 July until further notice.
The venue closure is applicable to the following spaces; theatre, studio, gallery, library, function centre, café, foyer and City of Casey customer service.
Click and Collect will no longer be available in the Library and Casey Cardinia Libraries have advised that all items have been automatically extended until 1 September 2020.
We recognise that our community – and country as a whole - are feeling the effects of this situation and look forward to welcoming back our fabulous supporters very soon.
In the interim we remain committed to sharing art, design and creative stories via our #ArtsInIsolation Digital Project, so stay tuned for more updates in the coming weeks!
Thank you for your unshakable loyalty and stay safe.
- Visit the Casey Cardinia Libraries website
- Visit the City of Casey Coronavirus COVID-19 webpage
- Visit the DHHS website
I'm a ticketholder – what should I do?
Ticket-holders affected by the closure will be contacted in the coming weeks and full ticket refunds will be provided. For events that are postponed, there will also be the option to retain tickets for the rescheduled performance. Customers do not need to contact the Box Office.
Our website will be updated regularly with the latest information on the closure and any potential changes as they arise. As the whole venue will be closed to the public, the best way to contact us, if required, is through phone, email or social media - Facebook or Instagram.
Visit the City of Casey website for more information and FAQs pertaining to coronavirus COVID-19. For the latest advice and safety information please go to the DHHS website. National information is also available via the Australian Government’s Department of Health website.
A dedicated Coronavirus Hotline is available on 1800 675 398.