Emu Park, QLD, Darumbal Country
The Emu Park Cultural Hall stands on lands traditionally owned by the Darumbal People.
The Emu Park Cultural Hall is centrally located in the middle of the seaside township of Emu Park, a quaint but vibrant village that boasts picturesque parks and crystal blue waters just 20km outside of Yeppoon on the Livingstone coast of Queensland. Emu Park is famously known for an iconic singing ship, a uniquely designed monument that represents the billowing sail, mast and rigging of the ship Endeavour. Concealed organ pipes use the sea breezes to create beautiful musical sounds.
The Emu Park Cultural Hall is home to many community groups and its study seafarer walls could tell some amazing historical and hilarious stories in the time it has stood at the centre of this salty-aired village – since 1976!
Festival of Small Halls returns to Emu Park on Sunday, 14 November, 2021 with Andrea Kirwin and Tullara.
Tickets are priced at
Full Admission – $15
Click here to purchase tickets.
Doors Open 3.30pm
Show Starts 4.00pm
The Emu Park Cultural Hall is wheelchair accessible and has accessible bathroom facilities.
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.