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Map showing Numeralla Hall

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Numeralla Hall was constructed after the First World War as a memorial to the soldiers and continues to this day as a public hall.

The hall is situated in MacLean Street Numeralla approximately 200 metres north of the Numeralla Road and 20 km east of Cooma and was built in 1920-21 by Ted Thomas and the supper room added in 1926.

It is known as the ‘Numeralla Diggers Memorial Hall’ and always has been the hub of the social activity in the village.

The kitchen and toilets were added in 1978 and the verandah a few years later. Before the new kitchen was added in June 2006 the open fireplace was used to cook stew and potatoes for supper at dances.

Dances were the predominant use of the hall and a ticket window was built into the front wall with a small office specifically for this purpose. During the Second World War the dances were held as fundraisers for the war effort and ‘Comfort Fund’ functions were also held there.

The Numeralla Folk Festival has been held annually for over 25 years and the hall is the focus of this celebration on the Australia Day weekend.

This hall is heritage listed under the Cooma-Monaro Shire Council – Local Heritage Plan.

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