Heyfield Memorial Hall , VIC, Gunaikurnai Country
Heyfield Memorial Hall stands on the traditional lands of the Gunaikurnai People.
A proud timber town with a rich heritage of milling and dairy farming, Heyfield boasts the largest hardwood mill in the southern hemisphere and remains one of the largest dairy producing regions in Victoria.
It’s also home to the Heyfield Memorial Hall, built in the 1950s as a space for soldiers and their families to meet and be entertained.
Over the years the hall has gone from strength to strength, from its early days as a monthly Magistrates Court, cinema and sports hall to its modern use as the town’s main gathering place for entertainment, exercise, weddings, funerals and public meetings.
Now, with many people making a tree change and the population of Heyfield growing in the wake of the pandemic, the hall is sure to continue its important role in bringing the community together.
Festival of Small Halls rolls into Heyfield on Thursday, 31 March 2022 with Jack Carty and Charm of Finches.
Tea, coffee, soft drinks and water will be available at the show as well as light supper including gluten free items.
Tickets are priced at:
Full Admission – $25
Concession Admission (Pensioners, Health Care Card, Students) – $15
Child Admission (Aged 16 and Under, must be accompanied by an adult) – $10
Click here to purchase tickets.
Alternatively, you can purchase tickets locally at Heyfield Newsagents.
Doors Open 6.30pm
Show Starts 7.00pm
Heyfield Memorial Hall has accessible entry (ramps at all entries) and has accessible bathrooms (disabled and gendered facilities attached to main hall, additional toilet and shower attached to blue room).
Festival of Small Halls events take place in venues operating under VIC Health Covid Safe Event regulations, and has stringent Workplace Health and Safety requirements for all travelling artists and crew. Under the terms and conditions of all events, you must not attend if you have any symptoms of Covid-19.
Please do your bit to protect others and keep your community safe