Youngs Siding, 3 May 2020

Youngs Siding, a tiny townsite and former railway halt between Albany and Denmark on the south coast of WA, has a hall that turns 100 in three years’ time. With a farming population of maybe 300-400, a general store and a vet surgery, there is not a lot to see, but dive beneath the surface, … Read more

Augusta, 6 May 2020

Welcome to Augusta! This historic town was once a seaside retreat destination and now, is home to a close-knit community. Also known as the ‘place where two oceans meet’, Augusta is the last town before Cape Leeuwin, where the Southern and Indian Oceans meet. At the heart of this town is the Augusta Centennial Hall. … Read more

Nornalup, 7 May 2020

The hall is nestled by the banks of the Frankland River in the heart of Nornalup, a small village 10 km from Walpole on the south coast of WA. The population is mostly retirees, with a farming community surrounding it. We are backed by National Park and the surrounding area is a Must-See for any … Read more

Wilyabrup, 8 May 2020

The Wilyabrup community was born out of the group settlement scheme, which sought to bring settlers to the South West of Western Australia. Group 20 was established and eventually a school was built to educate the local children. The Willyabrup Hall as it now stands is the result of the local Progress Association forming a … Read more

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