Our Community run Hall is available for hire for a variety of functions. Regular events include St Albans Writers’ Festival & St Albans Folk Festival.
Nestled in a delightful setting, with views of the beautiful Macdonald River from the forecourt, the St Albans School of Arts Hall is a journey to Australia’s past.
Built by local residents in 1936 and lovingly cared for by the St Albans community, it is one of few remaining charming community buildings of this type. The simple corrugated iron exterior, reminiscent of our colonial heritage, gives way to a large interior space with good amenities, including disabled access, a small stage and an excellent floor for dancing.
The hall can be hired for a variety of functions, either as a basic space or with full access to a workable kitchen (including cutlery, crockery and glassware) for weddings, parties and reunions. Free parking is available adjacent to the site. The St Albans School of Arts Hall is located within the village of St Albans and is approximately 20 km from the town of Wisemans Ferry. From there it can be accessed by bitumen road, via Webbs Creek car ferry (operating 24 hours per day).
Booking Officer- Kate Stuart 0245 682 042
President- Ed John 0245682028
Vice-President- Kate Stuart
Secretary- Jane Gregory 0245682191
Other Committee Members-
24 hours – 7 days a week (except Webbs Creek)
Webbs Creek Ferry (River Road)
Service day: ferry services will not operate on the first Tuesday of every month between 9.30am to 12:00pm. Use the Wiseman’s Ferry during these times.