The Bangalow Hall was originally used as the A&I Show pavilion. The hall was also used for picture shows, debutante balls, soldiers' farewells and welcome home concerts. Other incarnations included a venue for dances, skating, weddings, bazaars, flower shows, and an emergency hospital during the 1919 flu epidemic.
The hall has had both an illustrious and precarious past. It fell into almost complete disuse in the latter part of the 20th century and its demolition was imminent. In 1991 the process of restoring the building to her former glory began. The hall was officially re-opened on 11 June 1994.
Since the refurbishment the hall has again become the focus of Bangalow's cultural life housing a diverse range of events.
Capacity: Total 400 (*may vary due to COVID restrictions)
Fees and Charges: View our fees and charges online and search for "Bangalow A&I" for a list of the current fees.
Station Street, Bangalow 2479 View Map
Station Street ,