Boolarra, VIC – 28 March 2019

Nestled in the foothills of the Strzelecki Ranges Boolarra takes its name from the Kurnai word meaning “plenty”. Surrounded by bush and farmland this small town enjoys a strong community spirit. The construction of the Railway in 1884 was instrumental to the development of Boolarra. Today the old railway track is enjoyed by walkers, horse riders … Read more

Hallston, VIC – 29 March 2019

This community hub is set in the rolling hills of South Gippsland with stunning views of the adjacent countryside. With ample parking, heating and cooling, it’s ready to welcome locals and visitors alike. Oozing with country charm, Hallston Hall is already planning unique ways to welcome the very first Festival of Small Halls Hallston. Festival … Read more

Tarwin Lower, VIC – 30 March 2019

Tarwin Lower is a small community nestled on the banks of the Tarwin River, under an hour’s drive from the heart of Wilsons Promontory National Park and around two hours from Melbourne. The Tarwin Lower Mechanics Institute Hall was built in 1888 and has been in use ever since. After World War 1 the hall was … Read more

Goornong, VIC – 31 March 2019

Goornong Memorial Hall is located at 32 Railway Place South Goornong, a small Northern Victorian town, population about 650- and growing The name Goornong is thought to be derived from an Aboriginal word meaning kangaroo, apple or unpleasant smelling plant. We prefer kangaroo or apple! The Goornong district’s main industries today are farming, olives, grapes … Read more

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