Welcome to Upper Lansdowne Hall – A Great Place for Community Events


If you have never been to Upper Lansdowne you are in for a real treat. The hall itself is a lovely, traditional timber building in the middle of the small village at the head of the Lansdowne valley. The landscape is spectacular, with majestic volcanic outcrops amid rolling green pastures and lush native vegetation, set against the stunning sandstone backdrop of the Lansdowne Escarpment. It is justly called ‘The Valley of Views’!

The Upper Lansdowne Hall is a hub for the community, used for meetings and entertainment all of kinds, from the weekly craft group to coffee mornings, trivia nights, concerts, plays and bush dances.

Come to one of our events and we promise you’ll have a great time! – You could also become more involved in the local community if you wish – you’ll be made very welcome.

Yoga with Jess Wednesdays5:15 pm - 6:15 pm

Come along to the hall and enjoy a relaxing and therapeutic hour of yoga.


The Upper Lansdowne Social Craft Group meet every Thursday Morning


The Northern Folk are a collective of ten (yes, 10!) talented musicians who deliver a unique blend of folk/pop/stomp/rock.

Combining two powerful vocalists, roaring horns, bashful bass and addictive percussion, their big, diverse sound is continuing to earn them a following wherever they travel. More»»


The hall is open on the last Sunday of each month (except December) from 10am till 12 midday.

Tea Coffee & Cake are available – Drop in and catch up with all the local gossip


Winter Wilson are Kip Winter and Dave Wilson. They are heading back to Australia following a hugely successful UK tour with folk-rock legends Fairport Convention.

Their show will include songs from their latest CD “Far Off on the Horizon”. As with previous offerings, this new album has met with great critical acclaim:

“A sublime collection of tracks to kick off the new year in style. More»»

The prodigiously gifted Susan O’Neill’s soulful and husky-voiced performances are truly something to behold.

She uses guitar, harmonica, trumpet and a loop pedal to deliver a timeless and powerful blend of the old and new.

Hailing from from Co. Clare, Ireland, her inspirational fusion of soulful Irish folk and her own acclaimed original material makes for an entertaining and enchanting musical experience on her debut album ‘Found Myself Lost’. More»»


Mànran are one of the best-known and best-loved Scottish bands on the scene today and we’re dead lucky to get them, as they’re in Australia for the National Folk Festival and other major events.

Everybody who saw Ten Strings And A Goatskin should love these guys – it will be high energy Celtic music with drums, bass and 6 musicians. More»»