Triabunna, 15 Jan 2019

“Triabunna” is an Aboriginal Tasmanian word for the Tasmanian native hen. Once home to the Southern Hemisphere’s largest apple orchard, this port town was founded in 1830 as a station of the 63rd regiment, and later the 51st regiment also called Triabunna home for a time. The mild weather and scenic views make for a … Read more

Forcett, 16 January 2019

The beautiful Forcett Community Hall was built in 1915. Standing at the heart of this green southeastern community, it is currently used to hold concerts by various local performers, such as Christmas Concerts and Country Music afternoons. Festival of Small Halls rolls into Forcett on Wednesday 16 January 2019 Tickets available online here

Southport, 17 January 2019

The Southport Community Centre, set in its small coastal town, is the hub for community events and gatherings in the far south. SCC’s outdoor performance stage is so splendid it has its own name, Bruce’s Deck. Named after the late historian Bruce Poulson, who combed the region for its fascinating stories, our deck has excellent … Read more

Shellharbour, 23 January 2019

Centenary Hall was constructed in 1959 at a cost of 40,000 pounds by Shellharbour Municipal Council, as the focus of centenary celebrations for local government in the area (1859 – 1959). A street procession ending at Centenary Hall was at the heart of the formal centenary celebrations and headed by prominent citizens Paddy O’Gorman and … Read more

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