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Main Hall

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23 Maple St
Maleny, Queensland 4552 Australia
07 5429 6043

The Main Hall is the centerpiece of the Maleny Community Centre complex. It is located in the centre of Maleny on Maple Street and is considered the cultural hub of the Hinterland. This multi purpose venue boast full reverse cycle air-conditioning, ideal for theatre productions, concerts, films, large workshops, private celebrations and meetings.

The Hall has the capacity to seat 220 people in theatre style seating and approximately 150 people for sit down functions. It offers state of the art technology, including lighting and sound equipment and D cinema. The Hall is fully licensed with a commercial kitchen.

Car parking is available behind the Hall accessed via Bicentenary Lane.

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January 2020

Greens Campaign Launch

January 29 @ 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Main Hall, 23 Maple St
Maleny, Queensland 4552 Australia
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February 2020

Khaita Tibetan Dance Workshop

February 8 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Main Hall, 23 Maple St
Maleny, Queensland 4552 Australia
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Maleny Film Society Presents – Balloon

February 8 @ 6:00 pm - 11:30 pm
Main Hall, 23 Maple St
Maleny, Queensland 4552 Australia
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Germany - Drama Sat Feb 8 7:15 PM Maleny Community Centre General Admission 125 Mins | General Screenings Doors Open 6 pm for Optional Sit-Down Dinner Movie Starts at 7:15 pm A thriller full of suspense and building tension, Balloon presents the dramatic story of two families who escape communist East Germany by flying across the border at night in a home-made hot air balloon. Peter and Gunter work secretly in a cellar for nearly two years making their balloon. After two…

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Maleny Handmade Markets

February 16 @ 8:00 am - 2:00 pm
Main Hall, 23 Maple St
Maleny, Queensland 4552 Australia
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Handmade, unique, quirky Find something to suit your personality or buy a gift or simply take something home with you that is handmade in Maleny and surrounding areas. Maleny Handmade Markets will be held every 3 months, see Market Future Dates for further details. The markets give individuals a place to show and sell their handmade goods. A chance to showoff their hobbies or share their talents. You are ensured of finding something "different". Leave the hustle and bustle of…

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Maleny Film Society

February 22 @ 4:00 pm - 11:30 pm
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Main Hall, 23 Maple St
Maleny, Queensland 4552 Australia
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March 2020

Spanish Souvenirs / Maleny Recital

March 4 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Main Hall, 23 Maple St
Maleny, Queensland 4552 Australia
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The enchanting combination of flute and harp unites two of Australia's vibrant young soloists, Jonathan Henderson and Emily Granger, in a recital celebrating the rich heritage of Spain’s national dances and folk music. Redolent with Spanish motifs, two robust miniatures by Jacques Ibert and Alphonse Hasselmans beautifully evoke the flamenco guitar. Paris-dwelling composers Maurice Ravel and Emmanuel Chabrier yield elegant interpretations of the Habañera, owing to their long-standing admiration of Spanish culture from neighbouring France. A cornerstone of the Spanish…

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