Mole Creek is a village nestled at the base of the Great Western Tiers mountain range in Northern Tasmania. It lies on the beautiful, rural corridor of Meander Valley that links Launceston with Cradle Mountain country. The town was so-named because its creek disappears underground into the local limestone karst system ‘like a mole’ and re-emerges in various places in the surrounding countryside. The town motto, ‘magic above and below’, reflects the magnificent mountain range above and the extensive cave system below.
Mole Creek is supposedly one of the leading centres of Tasmanian Tiger sightings. Open your mind to the possibilities and, if you do not get to see the real thing, there is an interesting display on the history and the mystery of the Tassie Tiger at the local pub.
The Mole Creek Memorial Hall was built to commemorate those who served in World War II. It is the hub and heart of the village and open to many events, including regular movie nights and monthly markets. The Mole Creek community is delighted to be hosting a Festival of Small Halls show in January 2020. Come along and enjoy its friendship and hospitality. Wheelchair access is available.
Festival of Small Halls rolls into Mole Creek on Thursday, January 9th 2020 with Siobhan Miller (SCO) and Jack Carty (AUS).
Doors open 6.30pm for 7pm start.
Tickets available online here or locally at the Meander Valley Council.
Mole Creek Memorial Hall is located at 2 Caveside Road, Mole Creek, TAS 7304.