Jackson, 3 November 2019

Whether you live locally or have been scooting around Australia in your trusty – or perhaps rusty – steed, be sure to pop into the Jackson Hall on 3 November for what’s all set to be a beautiful night of music, stories from the outback and good company.

BBQ dinner available from 5pm.

Doors open at 6:30pm for a 7pm start – see you there!

Festival of Small Halls hasn’t visited Jackson before so, we’re incredibly excited to meet the locals, welcome in some travellers and unite under the roof of the Jackson Hall. Below is a collection of photos from our shows over the years. Each and every community holds a special place in our hearts.

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QCWA Hall Jackson has been standing since 1922, providing a space for local people to gather and have fun. In the past music was played for dances and the Hall was the centre for the social life of the neighbouring district. It’s been a while since we’ve had some live music here and we are ready and excited to welcome the Festival of Small Halls to our Hall.

Plenty of space is available for parking, camping and caravans.

And on the website it is   “Doors open at 6:30pm for a 7pm start”

BBQ dinner available from 5pm and a delicious super in the interval- we’ve heard sticky date pudding is just one item on the menu! 

Jackson Hall stands on land traditionally owed by the Mandandanji people.

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