Glasshouses, chippers, log lines and slew walls; we’re not your average events venue.
We’ve up-cycled The Mill’s industrial past into spaces both stunning and functional for performance, parties, meetings, weddings – events of all shapes and sizes.
The Tin Shed
Once the centre of the former wood chip production line, the Tin Shed is now the heart and soul of Spring Bay Mill. We have preserved the rustic, industrial feel and added a few modern touches for comfort and convenience. The space has an outstanding natural acoustic making it ideal for music and other performance.
The Banksia Room was once the offices of the former chip mill. It now houses our reception, bar and lounge area as well as the commercial kitchen. The large space has spectacular views of the bay which can be used for dining, conferences or a performance space.
This semi-circular structure was formerly the ‘slew wall’ which held thousands of tonnes of wood chips waiting to be loaded onto ships in the bay below. With its wonderful natural acoustics and sea view back-drop, we’ve repurposed it as a 500 sqm open air stage. In front is a grassy slope on which an audience or guests can lounge in comfy beanbags and deck chairs. Great for large or intimate performances or a wedding ceremony under the stars.
Our hard-working horticulture team led by Marcus Ragus (formerly of the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Garden) have created a huge, bio-diverse, organic garden which produces a wild array of unusual and heirloom fruit and vegetables. It provides produce weekly to the local community as well as culinary goodies for Spring Bay Mill events.