Boulder Town Hall

IMPORTANT NOTICE: The Boulder Town Hall will be closed until further notice following significant storm damage. All bookings for the Boulder Town Hall, including historical tours, are on hold until further notice.

This beautifully preserved historic hall, with pressed tin ceiling and wrought iron balustrades, was opened on the 23rd of June 1908. It became famous as the host venue for celebrity performers such as Dame Nellie Melba and Eileen Joyce.

Guided tours are held every Tuesday at 10:30am for $5.00 per person, and on Boulder Market Days (third Sunday of every month) at 11:00am. Bookings are not essential. For more information, contact (08) 9021 9806.

Description

This multifaceted hall also operated as a library and municipal offices at various times during the 20th century and was the main focus of community life in Boulder.

The Goatcher Curtain is a priceless curtain depicting the Bay of Naples. It has hung in the Boulder Town Hall since its opening in 1908 and is believed to be the last surviving example of a working Philip Goatcher stage curtain in situ.

Directions

Located at 116 Burt Street, Boulder.

GPS: Lat -30.782272911649 Long 121.4866874736

Hours: Tuesday and Thursday, 10:00am to 3:00pm.