Centenary Hall

Centenary Hall has an occupancy for 300 and can be divided into three separate areas.

About Centenary Hall...

The centenary of the Shire of Corio was marked by the opening of a public hall at the corner of Cox and Melbourne Roads in Norlane.  The driving force behind the move for a hall was Councillor Reuben Beckley.  Named Centenary Hall, it provided a focus for civic activities in the Shire. 

It was opened by the Shire President Councillor AB Wood at the first event - a debutante ball on 14 August 1964.

In 2013 the front entry was upgraded to improve accessible entry, increase street appeal and improve landscaping.

In 2015 Council completed a Master Plan for the Centenary Hall and Waterworld site and a business case has now been endorsed. The proposed Northern ARC Health and Wellbeing Hub will develop the precinct into a world-class, integrated community health and wellbeing hub. A new and improved hall will be one of the key features of the proposed hub.

Page last updated: Tuesday, 25 August 2020