About the Meeting House

Our Quaker Meeting House is both unique and tranquil. Situated in inner city Brisbane, the Meeting House is surrounded by many mature Hoop pines (Araucaria Cunninghamii) planted over 80 years ago. Since then Quaker members and friends have been gradually planting native and endemic species to create a beautiful rainforest habitat. 

The Meeting House itself is mainly used to hold Quaker Meetings for Worship every Sunday at 10 a.m. as well as to provide meeting space for Quaker committees, spiritual gatherings and events. Our two rooms (The Meeting Room upstairs and the downstairs Garden Room) are also available for hire to other spiritual, social service or community groups. Our guest accommodation room is also available to Quakers and people associated with Quakers. If you have any enquiries about the Meeting House, please don't hesitate to contact the caretakers.