In the 1930s the original band hall was built with a plain appearance. The first mural was painted by Rodney Mark and featured a laughing kookaburra, comical cows and musical notes. The Band Hall is a thriving community facility, with many families and children having performed and practice inside the hall. Overtime the first murals became tarnished and rather than be painted over entirely in plain design, in 2008, the Band Hall was repainted by Member for Clarence Steve Cansdell and his team of volunteers. The new design was kept as close as possible to the original.
With picturesque views of the Richmond River there is ample outdoor picnic area where you can also go alongside the river and view the platypus carvings in the rock pools.Visit Website
Animal Viewing, Birdwatching, Lessons/Tutorials, Self-Guided
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, The Arts