Woodanilling Hall

Robinson Road,
Woodanilling, WA 6316

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Woodanilling Hall

Woodanilling Hall opened on 8th April 1922. Almost immediately after it’s opening, films were screened there, with a dance to follow, though it is not clear how frequent these occasions were. It was a 16mm film operation and they stopped being shown in the hall in(1950’s or 1960’s?). The old hall is still visable behind the added facade, still later the Shire Offices(Shire of Woodanilling) were added next door, entailing a further modernising of the facade. Films are no longer screened there(?).

Contributed by David Coppock

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davidcoppock on September 20, 2016 at 1:37 pm

There a Landcare Office in the front of the hall, the rest of the hall is used for community events. Woodanilling Hall was heritsge listed on 21/2/2006.

davidcoppock on October 9, 2016 at 3:30 am

Movies were operated in the 1940’s by Vern Watson, and in the 1950’s was on the Kanzler circuit.

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