Tuncurry, 11 April 2021

Worimi country Tuncurry Memorial Hall was built as a community project, in memory of those who served and fell in World War I. The building was officially opened in September 1921. Since the opening, there have been various additions and improvements made.During its life, the Tuncurry Memorial Hall has hosted concerts, meetings, dances and balls. … Read more

Portland, 14 April 2021

Wiradjuri Country The old Portland Cement Works was the beating heart of Portland for nearly 100 years, and after a brief rest it is coming alive again hosting all manner of community events. If the workers of the cement works were told people would want to get married in the old Powerhouse or visit for … Read more

Woodstock, 15 April 2021

Wiradjuri People The Central West N.S.W. village of Woodstock has a population of 200 with a further 500 people living in the rich farming district surrounds. Our Woodstock Soldiers Memorial Hall was built in 1924 and is the venue for our Festival. We aim to showcase our Hall & village as well as the farming community’s produce, … Read more

Goulburn, 16 April 2021

Mulwaree / Gundungurra Country The renovated St Saviour’s Hall was opened by the Australian Composer – Peter Sculthorpe which lends to its incredibly strong musical links in its current form.  So how perfect that The Festival of Small Halls returns to this location. The original stone portion of this hall was the pro-cathedral (parish church prior … Read more

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