Logistics & Visitor Instructions For Upper Lansdowne Hall


Directions to Upper Lansdowne and the Hall

The hall is located at 1412 Upper Lansdowne Rd, Upper Lansdowne. A Google map is included below but here are some basic directions to make things as easy as possible:

From the south e.g. coming from Sydney/Newcastle

  • Take the second Taree (Cundletown) exit off the highway.  Follow for approx 3km then turn right at the airport onto Lansdowne Rd.
  • Follow for approx 10km then turn left onto Upper Lansdowne Rd.
  • Follow approx 14km to Upper Lansdowne Village.
  • There is a big “Upper Lansdowne” sign half way there – ignore this completely, you are in the village when the road goes to 60kph. Also ignore Coxcomb Road just before the village – it is a dirt road which carries on straight, while the main tar road sweeps to the right and downhill.
  • The hall is on the right opposite the church.

From the north e.g. coming from Coffs Harbour

  • Take the Coopernook exit off the highway.
  • There are two Coopernook exits, so if you miss the first one (it is easy to miss) just take the second, bigger exit.
  • Take Lansdowne Rd. towards Lansdowne.
  • Follow approx 10km to Lansdowne.  At Lansdowne turn right onto Central Lansdowne Rd. Follow all the way to the end (approx 9.5km).  The last 3km of this road is gravel.  At the T intersection turn right onto Upper Lansdowne Rd.
  • Follow the tar road for approx 3km to Upper Lansdowne Village – ignore Coxcomb road just before the village which is a dirt road which carries on straight, while the main tar road sweeps to the right and downhill.
  • The hall is on the right opposite the church.
  • DO NOT come via Comboyne, or listen to Google maps and many satnavs, which try to bring you in via the north end of Koppin Yarrat Rd! The road is permanently closed due to a landslide, so you have to access from the south via Upper Lansdowne Rd.


Facilities in Upper Lansdowne

There are no shops, or pub, so you must bring whatever you need with you. There is a post office with limited general store facilities in Lansdowne and a general store, pub and service station with fuel in Coopernook. Taree has full facilities.


Flametree Cottage Accommodation

The cottage is located at 135 Koppin Yarrat Rd, Upper Lansdowne and is approx. 1.4km past the hall on the left. Just keep going and after the road turns to dirt you have a bit over 1km to go.

The cottage is fully self contained with all linen and towels provided. For more details refer https://www.airbnb.com.au/rooms/6452804

There is no telephone in the cottage, however patchy mobile phone service is usually available. The cottage has a small TV which is connected to a DVD player, but there is no television service. There is no internet connection at the cottage.

Before you arrive please contact flametreecottage (at) gmail.com or call Jenny on 02 6556 9113 for accommodation details.

Check in is normally 1PM and check out 11AM.

Alternative Accommodation

When Flametree is not available (e.g. school holidays, Xmas and Easter), then one of our friendly locals will accommodate you in your own room. For larger parties, we may spread you over several homes, or possibly give you a house to yourselves.

Dinner, Breakfast and Dietary Requirements

We usually serve dinner at the hall and provide a breakfast pack, if you’re staying at Flametree. Let us know about any dietary requirements.

Venue Details

The hall has a raised stage and full stage lighting. It is approx. 15m from the front of the stage to the rear wall and the hall is 10m wide. The ceiling is high and vaulted, all surfaces are hardwood and the acoustics are good.

Normal Concert Start Times

Evening 7PM, afternoon 2PM

Set Up and Sound Check

Set up usually starts 90 mins before the concert. If you need longer, let us know.

Other Information:

Google Maps