Welcome to the Tuncurry Memorial Hall

Tuncurry Memorial Hall is a multipurpose facility that incorporates a large community hall space, kiosk area, well equipped stage area, change rooms and lighting equipment and facilities.
The Hall is owned by the Crown and managed by the Tuncurry Memorial Hall Trust

About Tuncurry Memorial Hall

Tuncurry Memorial Hall was built as a community project, in memory of those who served and fell in World War I. The building was officially opened in September 1921. Since the opening, there have been various additions and improvements made.
During its life, the Tuncurry Memorial Hall has hosted concerts, meetings, dances and balls. It was used as a high school between about 1934 and 1938. For over fifty years, it operated as the local Movie Theatre.
Since July 2000, the Hall has again been available for hire as a community venue for dancing, concerts, meetings, celebrations, weddings, fund-raising events, arts and crafts and other educational and recreational activities.

About the Hall Trust

The Tuncurry Memorial Hall is part of the Crown reserve system in New South Wales, set up to promote the co-operative care, control, and management of Crown reserves by the community, with assistance from the Department of Lands.
As part of the orderly settlement of New South Wales, substantial areas of land were retained in Crown (State) ownership for the ongoing benefit of the local community. Members of the public and local councils play an important role in the care and use of local Crown reserves.
Tuncurry Memorial Hall is officially designated as Reserve 54151 at Tuncurry and is managed by the Tuncurry Public Hall Reserve Trust. The members of the Trust are appointed by the Minister for a five year term as unpaid volunteers.
There are currently six Tuncurry Memorial Hall Trust Board members appointed by the Minister (including an ex officio local government councilor), who are assisted by a small number of other volunteers.
The Hall Trust manages and maintains the Hall for the benefit of the local community. All monies spent on operating and maintaining the hall are raised through fundraising activities, small government loans that must be repaid and hiring fees. It is run on a not-for-profit basis.
The Trust employs a Hiring Agent to liaise with hirers and co-ordinate the use of the hall.

Hall Facilities for Hire...

Looking for a venue for your event? Check out what's available at the Hall...

The Hall Facilities Are Available For Regular & Casual Bookings

The Hall's features include:

• Public Car Parking • Parking for Buses • Stage
• Kitchen/Cooking Facilities • Disabled Access • Tables and seating for up to 200
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MAIN HALL

Features:
Beautiful timber flooring
Stage with outstanding acoustics
Balcony overlooking dance floor
Kitchen/Cooking & Servery Facilities: glassware, cutlery & crockery
Tables and chairs to seat 200
Carpeted entry and foyer with kitchenette
Main Hall for Hire

Supper Room

Features:
Beautiful timber flooring
Stage with outstanding acoustics
Balcony overlooking dance floor
Kitchen/Cooking & Servery Facilities: glassware, cutlery & crockery
Tables and chairs to seat 200
Carpeted entry and foyer with kitchenette
Supper Room for Hire

Meeting Room

Features:
Beautiful timber flooring
Stage with outstanding acoustics
Balcony overlooking dance floor
Kitchen/Cooking & Servery Facilities: glassware, cutlery & crockery
Tables and chairs to seat 200
Carpeted entry and foyer with kitchenette
Meeting Room for Hire

What's On at the Hall

Forster / Tuncurry Linedancers:
9.30am to 11.30am

Tuesday

Kick It Up Linedancers:
9am to 11.30am
Rhee Tae Kwon Do:
4pm (Kids' Class)
5pm (Adults' Class)

Wednesday

Mid North Coast Bootscooters:
9.30am to 11.30am


Thursday

Kick It Up Linedancers:
9am to 11.30am
Rhee Tae Kwon Do:
5.00pm (All Ages)

Friday

Mid North Coast Bootscooters:
8.30am to 11.30am


Contact Us...

Telephone: 0404 279 710






7 Point Road, TUNCURRY NSW 2428