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Looking for somewhere special in Qbn?

We have a variety of affordable spaces that will not disappoint you


The Queanbeyan Hive’s mission is to provide a wonderful space/platform that will support and foster people and businesses that share our core values. We believe in creating a sense of belonging and a positive experience. We believe that community flourishes from the generosity of spirit and love, compassion and respect for all the people therein and also the environment that sustains them.

Core Values

SHARING  Connectivity, community and inclusivity

CREATIVITY  Artistic expression and the enjoyment of equals happiness 

GROWING  Learning, discovering and inspiring others to do the same

SUSTAINABILITY  Sustainable living for ourselves and our planet

Why choose us?


  • We have affordable spaces for short term bookings

  • No lock in contracts or hidden costs

  • Beautiful, peaceful surroundings

  • COVID Safe environment

  • We help you create your perfect event 

  • Support you in promoting your activities

  • We work with communities for our community

What's On
What's on

13-28 October 2023

$20 to enter


$1600 in prizes

entries open until end Sept

People's Choice Competition & Exhibition - Recycled in Art

Hosted by Create Collaborate Collective Inc @ The Queanbeyan Hive

Made possible with the support of Rebus Theatre and Project Alchemy and 

QPRC's Cultural Grant Funding​

Topic: Recycled in Art
Medium: Things that would normally be trashed  

Final artwork must include a hexagon

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16 September 2023



Workshop in working with Recycled Materials

In the lead-up to this exhibition there will be a free workshop facilitated by Courtenay Trinder and Helen Ferguson. Participants will walk away from the workshop with new skills and a new perspective about what waste is, and what can be art.


“Everything can be beautiful, treasured and can tell a story – you just need to look a little deeper and think Outside the Square” says Helen Ferguson.

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