Cooroy, 27 November 2020

The history of this hall dates back to the 1920’s. With a population growth in the district the community required a larger building for social events, they also wanted to honour the men who gave their lives during WW1 and a thank you for those who had returned. Another conflict had broken out and the … Read more

Mudgeeraba, 28 November 2020

  The name Mudgeeraba was in use before the 1860s and while the precise meaning of the word is uncertain, a number of different meanings are recorded, including ‘Place of sticky soil’ and ‘Low lying ground’   The original hall, built from locally hewn timber, was erected in 1922 – 1923 by the community, to commemorate those who served in World War One and to perpetuate the memory of those who gave their lives.  It was designed by … Read more

Eudlo, 29 November 2020

Eudlo Hall sits fair and square in the centre of Eudlo village (pop. approx 1,000), on the train line to Cairns. A tiny town, but one with a big heart in the lush Sunshine Coast hinterland, home to Gubbi Gubbi legends of eels a plenty when the silky oaks are flowering. Eudlo has barley been ... Read more
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