King Street Arts Centre2018-11-15T23:46:23+00:00

Project Description

King Street Arts Centre, Perth

The King Street Art Centre (KSAC) is a home for arts and cultural organisations representing a blend of youth, regional, community and professional arts activity and practice. There are nine arts organisations resident in the building.

Located between King and Murray Street in Perth and occupies the former Munster House. Originally built in the early 1900s, Munster House was extensively refurbished in the late 1990s to establish the King Street Arts Centre.

A number of venues within the KSAC are available for hire to arts and cultural organisations, not-for-profit and commercial organisations. This is in keeping with the KSAC’s role as a hub of cultural life in the City. It is also in keeping with the KSAC’s objective to provide infrastructure to support the development of Western Australian creative talent.

The two meeting rooms at the King Street Art Centre are available for bookings by arts organisations and private companies. Three dance studios with sprung dance floors (second floor) are also available for hire, managed by Ausdance.

Making a Booking


(08) 6552 7300


Venues are given a rating out of three based on their triple bottom line performance in the areas of people, planet, and pocket. We look at physical features as well as operational considerations. Below you’ll find the features of this venue that we have considered in our rating.


ACROD toilet facilities

Universal accessibility (i.e. ramps, lifts, automatic or push-button doors)

Acknowledgement of traditional owners displayed, or Aboriginal cultural content visible


Public transport within a 10-minute walk

Train station within a 10-minute walk


Federal or State Government