Wycheproof Public Hall was built in 1920 and features a large public hall with a supper room and kitchen.
The name, Wycheproof, originates from an aboriginal word meaning ‘grass on a hill’, referring to Mount Wycheproof just off the Calder Highway, which is the smallest registered mountain in the world, standing at 148 metres (486 ft) above sea level or 43 metres (141 ft) above the surrounding plains. The economy of Wycheproof is driven mainly by wheat.
On the 19th of March, Festival of Small Halls will visit Wycheproof with critically-acclaimed Scottish ensemble The Paul McKenna Band and emerging Australian singer-songwriter Alana Wilkinson.
Tickets available online here
or locally at the Wycheproof Community Resource Centre
The Wycheproof Public Hall stands on land traditionally owned by the Dja Dja Wurrung people.
Full Admission – $20
Concession Admission (Students and Seniors) – $15
Children (Under 8) – Free
Doors Open at 6.30pm for a 7pm start