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City of Melville welcomes partners at Cirque Community Space

22 March 2021

The City of Melville is looking to partner with local community groups and event organisers to use the Cirque Community Space.

The City of Melville is looking to partner with local community groups and event organisers to use the Cirque Community Space, with an enticing discount for groups who make regular bookings.

The City is encouraging new organisations to make regular bookings by offering a discount on the hire fee for the first month.

City of Melville Mayor the Hon. George Gear said Cirque Community Space was the perfect venue for event organisers to hold their regular activities such as art classes, yoga sessions and more.

“Participation is among our values and we want to partner with local organisations and event organisers to use the Cirque Community Space,” said Mayor Gear.

“Events that have proved to be popular at our community centres include beeswax wraps and hand crafts workshops, health and wellbeing talks, exercise classes such as yoga and more.

“We will be able to support event hosts through our What’s On webpage, flyers, eNews channels and social media to help you reach people to attend your seminar, workshop or class.”

Mayor Gear said there were parking options for event hosts and attendees close to the Cirque Community Space on Kishorn Road, Ogilvie Road and The Esplanade.

“We’ve created a parking map on our website of all the locations to park near the Cirque Community Space and the first hour is free for all City-owned car parks,” said Mayor Gear.

“The Cirque Community Space is also easily accessed from the Canning Bridge Train Station or the bus network on Canning Highway.

“There are also nearby cafes conveniently located for people to enjoy a bite to each before or after their events at the space.”

Among the organisations who have used the space for regular bookings is Improv Yourself, an improvisational organisation who promote self-acceptance, resilience, mental health, and community connection.

Improv Yourself is dedicated to helping people unleash their confidence, self-expression, creativity and child-like joy through improvisation games and exercises.

For more information about Improve Yourself, visit

For more information, including how a parking map and how to book, visit

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