Description: Old Inala Hall is a stand-alone brick hall, located in Kev Hooper Memorial Park at the corner of Abelia and Rosemary Streets, Inala.

This venue is accessible by public transport, bus stop ‘Kev Hooper Park, Stop 76’ is located on Serviceton Avenue. The facility has on-site parking as well as one accessible parking space within a short distance of an accessible ramp leading to the rear entrance. The rear entrance is most commonly used due to its proximity to the carpark. There is a second entrance on Abelia Street, connecting the hall to the footpath.

All doors both internal and external are manual doors and are a minimum of 0.8 metres wide. Inside, there is vinyl flooring throughout the hall. This venue is air-conditioned, and the main hall has ceiling fans.

The rear entrance to the hall is through a grey door that leads into the kitchen which is to the right when entering. A swipe card is required for access using the black card reader located on the wall to the right of this door.

The kitchen includes a fridge with freezer, benchtop microwave, two sinks, dishwasher, cooktop and oven for reheating food only, boiling and chilled water tap and a wall-mounted instant boiling water unit. The kitchen also has a servery window with wooden shutters which opens to the hall. The sink and benches are not wheelchair accessible. Past the kitchen is a common area with a grey door to the right that leads into the hall.

The hall extends to the left, where there is the second entrance from Abelia Street, accessed through double glass doors. To the right along the back wall are the doors to the amenities. The hall has a piano, infrared hearing loop system and an audio-visual system which includes a projector and speakers. Above-head windows run along the length of the hall on both sides. The hall accommodates up to 147 people.

In the front left corner, behind double grey doors, is the chair and table storage room. Additional tables are also stored along the wall towards the rear of the hall. The tables fold down and have wheels to make them easier to move and store. Audio-visual controls are located in the front of the hall, adjacent to the chair and table storage room.

Facing the rear of the hall, the grey door in the left corner leads to a unisex accessible toilet with right hand transfer. The grey door in the right corner leads to a unisex ambulant toilet with assistance rails. This concludes the tour of the Old Inala Hall.