With over 50 halls in South Gippsland there is a hall just right for your event needs.
Halls with views, commercial kitchens, quiet retreats, beach side access, bush settings and more.
Browse the halls below and click on the image to see further information and a link to the website. Or search by location using the map on the next page.
Port Franklin Community Hall - great for family and community functions, birthdays and more.
A delightful community hall with plenty of country charm. The venue for many family friendly functions, live music, dances, weddings and much more.
Established in 1905, the Mount Eccles Mechanical Institute has been a facility for the community to share knowledge, events and opportunities.
Built in 1890 at a cost of 235 pounds, Tarwin Lower Hall is a meeting venue for many local groups, a popular venue for family, community and various musical celebrations and Market Days as an ongoing highlight!
The Toora Community Hall facilities include a large main hall with ample seating and tables, heating and cooling and a fully equipped kitchen. There is also a smaller meeting room.
A community hall in a beautiful country setting.
Arawata Community Hall was first opened just over 130 years ago in April 1889. It has been at the heart of the community ever since!
Hallston Hall is a community hall running regular community events and available for hire. Located at 2670 Grand Ridge Road, Hallston.
Jumbunna Hall - home of the monthly Bush Market. Visitors can enjoy the local produce of homemade cakes, bread, preserves, fresh vegetables, pottery, spinning, weaving, handmade toys, plants, paintings and more. First Sunday of each month. Call Brian 5657 3261 or Dawn 5657 3253