Haden, 12 December 2019

The settlement of Haden was established in 1876 with the original township being called Wahoon (Aboriginal for Scrub Turkey) with the name change to Haden occurring in 1912.

The Haden Hall was built and opened in 1923 in Boundary Street. Since opened, six extensions have been added over the years to date including a nursery donated by Haden QCWA. 5′ timber walls surround the main area and also in the supper room. The interior was painted and varnished in 2016. A high set stage with curtains front the main area of the hall with a spacious setting providing a large bar, fully equipped kitchen area culminating in a perfect venue for catering multiple functions with two ramp access entries and amenities.

In short, the Haden Hall was made to host a Festival of Small Halls concert with it being picture-perfect, generous size as well as being located nestled in close proximity to multiple communities within the North Western area of the Toowoomba Region.

The Haden Hall is solely run by volunteers throughout the community who give up their time to help preserve and maintain the old but still beautiful Haden Hall. All improvement have been funded by the committee until recent years being supported by various grants. Haden is high set on the Great Dividing Range 50km northwest of Toowoomba and 23km west of Crow’s Nest.

Festival of Small Halls rolls into Haden on the 12th of December with Blair Dunlop (ENG) and Hat Fitz and Cara (AUS).

BBQ and Bar from 5pm.
Doors open 6.30pm for a 7pm start.

Tickets available online here

Skip to content