Town Halls

Cunderdin Town Hall

Town hall (credit: Dennis Whisson)

The Cunderdin Town Hall is a beautiful building situated in the Main Street. It’s the only building of its architectural type in the town and its heritage value has been recognised by the State Heritage Register. A competition was run to find a designer for the Hall and the winner was architect Harry Jeffries - who also designed the YMCA building in Murray St, Perth.

Today the Town Hall is used by a variety of groups for activities and functions and is available for hire.

Facilities Available

  • Public toilets (open 8am to 5pm)
  • Hall and stage
  • Kitchen facilities
  • Cunderdin Toy Library

Meckering Town Hall

Located on the corner Vanzetti Street and Gabbedy Place, the Meckering Town Hall is used by a variety of groups for activities and functions and is available for hire.

Facilities Available

  • Public toilets
  • Kitchen facilities
  • Hall and stage

Cunderdin Amenities Building

The Cunderdin Amenities Building is located at the Town Oval in Lundy Avenue. Used primarily by the Football Club and Trotting Club during their relevant seasons, the building is available for hire for functions and meetings. With full kitchen facilities and public toilets as well as a large carpeted space, the venue is well used by the community.

Hiring Information

Please see the attached documents for information on hiring: