Derby, 5 January 2020

In its hey day Derby was the site one of the richest tin mines in the world with a population of around 3,000. The Derby Town Hall was built in 1923 at the height of the mountain town’s prosperity. Sadly, just six years later the Briseis Dam (named after the 1876 Melbourne Cup winner) flooded…

Rowella, 6 January 2020

The Rowella Community Hall was built as the Presbyterian Church of the Beaconsfield gold field. When the Beaconsfield mine closed in 1917, the church was moved on a bullock dray to its current site on the border of Kayena and Rowella amid the blooming apple and pear orchards. New residents arrived from India, New Zealand,…

Nunamara, 7 January 2020

The Nunamara Hall is located on the Tasman Highway, 20 kms east from the centre of Launceston. The small settlement of Nunamara provides the gateway to the picturesque St Patricks River Valley, which is nestled between Mt Barrow  and Mt Arthur. A historic weir and water race on the St Patricks River provides most of…

Longford, 8 January 2020

  Situated at the historic Heritage Corner on Wellington Street, sits the Longford Town Hall. Within its doors, the Longford Town Hall welcomes you with polished timber floors, traditional high ceilings and a heritage inspired ambiance. The grand stature of the Longford Town Hall provides a multi–use venue for the community and is used by…