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Rehearsal Studios Hire Guide

Check out the range of rehearsal studios available in Melbourne. With excellent offers and even better prices, you can be sure that you will find just what you need. If you start your hunt in Melbourne's lovely Docklands, make sure to expand your horizons to the city's centre and into the suburbs. There are plenty of great choices on offer. 

How much does it cost to hire a rehearsal studio in Melbourne?

Costs in Melbourne for rehearsal studios can vary quite widely depending on the standard of the studio. For a basic rehearsal studio, you can expect to pay $50 to $75 per session. These sessions are offered in 4 to 8-hour blocks, and most studios are open during both the day and the evening. For weekends, expect to pay on the higher end of the price scale. Some recording studios offer rehearsal space as well, and these can be slightly more expensive. These studios will range from $80 to $100 per session

Which Melbourne districts have the best rehearsal studios?

Start your search for a rehearsal space among South Melbourne streets near the Docklands or South Yarra. If this location is too difficult to access, consider heading south to the neighbourhood near Richmond for several great options. You may also find some excellent rehearsal spaces nearby, just south of the Melbourne Zoo. On the other side of the park, there are Coburg and Thomastown that are focused on music rehearsal. If you would prefer to stay in the suburbs, check out your options in Carrum Downs or away from the beach towards Rowville or Ravenhall

What should I expect when I hire a rehearsal studio? 

When choosing a rehearsal studio, you may find that the included equipment will vary quite a bit depending on the type of space you have chosen. A music rehearsal space should be soundproofed and may consist of instruments, amps or cables, or at least have some that can be hired for a small fee. A performance rehearsal space such as a dance studio or blank canvas space, may provide some furniture or basic fit-out. It should have a built-in sound system, though. If you expect a large group to attend, you may want to seek a studio that offers on-site parking for convenience.

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