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’!
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.
The Upper Lansdowne Social Craft Group meet every Thursday MorningMore»»
A group of men meet every fortnight on a Thursday from about 10am till midday in one of the sheds or verandahs around the area. Its very casual, and mainly an excuse for a social chat.More»»
(Singers of Upper Lansdowne)
Do you like to sing or play an instrument? If so join the Lost Souls, a very casual group of locals who get together on a Monday Night. We sing mainly folk or Bluegrass with some of our members playing along on a guitar, banjo, ukulele, washboard, harmonica and various other noisemakers. More»»
Come along to the hall and enjoy a relaxing and therapeutic hour of yoga.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 gossipMore»»
Pezzella’s will be making traditional Italian Pizzas at the hall on the first Friday of each month from 5:30pm.
Upper Lansdowne has a walking group.
On the second Tuesday of every month a group of locals get together for a walk somewhere not too far away.
Its a very casual group; you don’t have to be particularly fit, just to enjoy walking and have a chat while seeing some of the great countryside we have here in the valley. More»»
This duo consists of Victoria Vigenser, an enthralling songstress from NZ and Lindsay Martin a renowned instrumentalist from the Illawarra.
Their songs pack hefty, emotional punches, with hands wrapped in silk and songs to heal the scars. You’ll swear you hear twins, with sounds and harmonies you just can’t pick apart. More»»
Our favourite bad boys are back in town as part of their new album launch tour! They raised the roof last time they came and they’ve promised to shake the foundations this time around.
If you enjoy tight and talented musicians, phat blues riffs, dancing your ass off and unlimited silliness, then this is the concert for you. More»»
Comprised of bassist/vocalist James Murdoch, guitarist/vocalist Robb Angus, guitarist/vocalist Kiron Jhass, steel player Darrek Anderson and drummer Ben Shillabeer, The Dungarees have a definitive musical mandate; Take the undeniable lyrical styling, twangy telecaster and steel guitar that they love from classic country, and inject it with harmony, modern intensity and pop sensibility. More»»
Stars of the Lowe Vintage Radio Show and masters of Bluegrass, The South Carolina Broadcasters bring southern music at its finest to the stage. Yeehaw!
Their razor sharp harmonies, exceptional multi-instrumentation, and fabulous song selection will have listeners riveted to their seats. More»»
Hailing from the Highlands of Scotland the band formed in 2012 and are a festival favourite. They are comprised of Euan Smillie (fiddle), Alasdair Taylor (mandolin), Mark Bruce (guitar), Seth Tinsley (bass, synth) and Greg Barry (drums, samples).
Creating a progressive blend of intricate tunes, engulfing guitars, with a bass and drum heavy backline, their music combines the very best of trad, funk and electronica resulting in a new and exciting sound. More»»
The Barleyshakes formed in Dublin in 1995, then the band moved to the Sunshine Coast in Australia in 2000.
Their music is Irish at it core with tasteful interpretations and modern influences, infusing it with a fresh and contemporary spirit. Most importantly they love to have fun in that inimitable, Irish way. More»»