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Mullumbimby Civic Memorial Hall

Built for the people of Mullumbimby in 1929 (21 years after Mullumbimby was incorporated into a Municipality), the building is a rare and important example of a large scale country town community hall, it is the only one of its kind in the district, and was built to commemorate those of the district who gave their lives in the service of their county during WWI. It is an important element of the Mullumbimby civic precinct. It is linked with major social and cultural developments and day-to-day events for over 75 years.

Due to the deterioration of the building over a number of years, the civic hall was closed to the public on 15 October 2003. Refurbishment and alteration works were undertaken in 2007/2008, with the official re-opening held on 19 September 2008.

Contact: Venue Coordinator
Email: bookings@mullumcivic.com
Website (including online calendar): http://www.mullumcivic.com/
Capacity: 270 seated, 400 standing

Mullumbimby Civic Hall

Off-street parking: 
no
Air Conditioning: 
yes
Audio/Visual Equipment: 
yes
Kitchen: 
yes
Multiple Rooms Available: 
yes
Gardens/Surrounds available: 
yes
Walking distance to beach: 
no
Stage: 
yes
Locality: 
Mullumbimby
Accessible: 
yes
Inside Mullumbimby Civic Hall
Entrance to Mullumbimby Civic Hall