From the excellent book “CELEBRATING 50 YEARS – COLO VALE COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION INC.” one of three books compiled by Jeanette Schofield, it would appear that the first meeting of what was then the Colo Vale Progress Association, was held on 4th June, 1938 in the home of Mrs. Hannah at Aylmerton.

One of the first matters to be considered by the Progress Association was an offer by Mr. E. C. Bender on behalf of Mr. F. Bender, of a block of land in the village for the building of a community hall and to raise funds for same.

On 10th March 1939 Lot 7 Section 3 of DP 2944 situated in Railway Avenue, Colo Vale, was transferred by Mr. Ferdinand Bender to the Trustees of the Progress Association for the sum of ten shillings for the specific purpose of building a community hall.

This was the beginning of many years of fundraising in very difficult times. Plans were drawn up for the proposed hall by L. Kingsford Smith, Architectural Draughtsman, and dated 25th July 1939.  This plan was to be the one used when the building was commenced 13 years later in 1952 and eventually completed in 1961.

Weekly Activities:

Men’s Shed

Tuesday and Thursday
at 9.00am until 12 noon.

Contact Steve Clarke
0414 242 667

Indoor Bowls

Every Wednesday evening 7.00pm
$3.00 donation – supper provided.
All are welcome – just turn up at the hall
or ring Kay on 4889 4547.

Craft & Chatter

Every Thursday 9.00am – 12 noon.
$3.00 donation – morning tea provided.
BYO craft.  Everyone is welcome.
If you have no craft, come anyway for a chat and a laugh.
Ring Kath 4889 4390 for more info.

Colo Vale Memorial Hall Hire:


Hall Hire is by application only and only available for day time events between 9am and 6pm

The Hall is the centre of this Village Community and it is the perfect venue for events such as:

  • Birthday Celebrations
  • Meetings
  • Dances
  • Kids Parties
  • Fitness Classes
  • Weddings
  • Dinners
  • Fundraising Nights
  • Presentations
  • Celebrations of all kinds



28 Railway Avenue, Colo Vale


Hall with stage and kitchen.

Seating Capacity:

Maximum of 110 theatre style
80 banquet setting


Wheelchair accessible through side door


21 Committee Meeting Tables


Small stage suitable for live music or for use by a microphone stand and lectern


  • Double Oven
  • Microwave
  • Zip hot water
  • Crockery
  • Cutlery
  • Table cloths
  • Tea and Coffee facilities

Technical Facilities:

  • Drop down screen
  • PA System
  • White board/ small black board
  • CD/DVD player
  • NOTE: There is a $50.00 fee for equipment use

Outdoor Facilities:


Toilet Facilities:

Yes including separate disabled toilet


Parking on grass for approx. 25 cars plus street parking




There is no air conditioning but the Hall has ceiling fans

Booking & Enquiries:

Please Contact:




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