Rainbow Beach Community Hall, QLD, Butchulla and Kabi Kabi Country
The Rainbow Beach Community Hall stands near the intersection of lands traditionally owned by the Butchulla and Kabi Kabi Peoples.
What do you find when you reach the end of the rainbow? The folks in Rainbow Beach know – it’s a pot of golden sand, standing on a sapphire-blue ocean and fringed by ancient, multi-coloured sand dunes.
With all this vibrant colour and natural treasure, it only makes sense that the Rainbow Beach Community Hall is full of light and simple finishes. The building is a signature design by local architect Walter Dobkins and is modern, but in harmony with the surrounds. It’s got a spacious earthy look, balanced with innovation. Which is kind of funny, because that’s a great way to describe the rest of this modern, eco-friendly town full of entrepreneuring locals with big visions, big hearts and a keen connection to all that surrounds them – including each other. Rainbow Beach is also the gateway to K’Gari and the UNESCO Great Sandy Biosphere, and home to the Carlo Sandblow.
Festival of Small Halls returns to Rainbow Beach on Friday, 12 November, 2021 with Andrea Kirwin and Tullara.
Tickets are priced at
Full Admission – $20
Concession Admission (Pensioners, Children Aged Under 18) – $10
Child Admission (ages 4 and under – must be accompanied by an adult) – Free
Click here to purchase tickets.
Alternatively, you can purchase tickets locally at Rainbow Beach Community Centre Office.
Doors Open 6.30pm
Show Starts 7.00pm
The Rainbow Beach Community Hall is wheelchair accessible and has accessible bathroom facilities.
This show is supported by the Rainbow Beach Community Centre.
Festival of Small Halls events take place in venues operating under an approved QLD Health Covid Safe Event Checklist, 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.