Dalgety, 3 April 2020

  The historic village of Dalgety, on the banks of the Snowy River, is the only town left on the Snowy River in NSW. After the Snowy Hydro Electric Scheme was built in the 1950’s, the old towns of Jindabyne and Adaminaby were flooded. In 1902 Dalgety was gazetted as the site for the National … Read more

Ganmain, 4 April 2020

  This gem of a Hall is situated in the picturesque village of Ganmain. The hall, established in 1911, is the jewel of the Main Street! As well as the magnificent hall, we hear the pies are famous for miles around. A destination rather than a stop then! Festival of Small Halls rolls into Ganmain … Read more

Brungle, 5 April 2020

  Brungle is a small village, which local lore suggests, sits along Banjo Paterson’s “The Road to Gundagai.” You will find us where “The mountain road goes up and down, from Gundagai to Tumut town.” The original Brungle Hall was built with dancing and music in mind. It was opened on 24th May 1907 with … Read more

Barnawartha, 8 April 2020

Barnawartha or ‘Barny’ is a small township located where the valley meets the plains at Indigo Creek on Dhudhuroa land. The town’s name is an Aboriginal word variously recorded as meaning tall rushes or parting of the storms. Barnawartha Hall is the grand old dame of the town, opened in 1921 and described at the time … Read more

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