Sulphur Creek, 8 Jan 2018

Sulphur Creek on Tasmania’s beautiful North West Coast is a small community of approximately 500 people. Positioned to look out across the waters of Bass Strait, The Sulphur Creek Hall takes centre-place in the community positioned between the sea and rich farming land. The Memorial Hall was built to commemorate those who died in service…

Wynyard, 9 Jan 2018

The Wynyard Theatre has seen many forms of entertainment performed from its stage over the past 91 years including some by the resident ghost.  Today the Theatre is a popular venue for live bands and the local Lighthouse Film Society. Population: 5061 Tickets available online here, or at Wynyard Visitor Information Centre. Proudly presented by the…

Stanley, 10 Jan 2018

Stanley Town Hall opened in 1911. The architect was Alexander North (1858-1945) who emigrated from England to Tasmania in 1883. He was known as an outstanding church architect, and a pioneer of concrete construction in Tasmania. Stanley Town Hall’s builder was W. McDonald of Launceston. The building is a freestyle federation two-storey structure, and the…

Queenstown, 11 Jan 2018

Queenstown is the largest town on Tasmania’s West Coast, and is the home of the Mt Lyell Mining & Railway Company and the West Coast Wilderness Railway, and has several Wilderness walks in the area as well as great trout Fishing in several surrounding Lakes. Tickets available here, or at The Paragon Theatre, Queenstown. Proudly…