Wallaroo Town Hall

Town Hall, 2b Irwine St, Wallaroo, Narungga Country

Wallaroo Town Hall

Located in the Copper Coast, Yorke Peninsula South Australia. 

The Wallaroo Town Hall was originally erected in 1902 but was destroyed by a fire in 1917. It was then rebuilt in 1918, completely remodelled execpt for the main walls and a large clock added to the tower. The town hall is renowned for its beautiful ornate ceiling and stage proscenium. 

The Wallaroo Town Hall currently host the following facilities:

Main hall, Up-stairs gallery seating, Stage and Change rooms. 

Supper room, kitchenette/ bar and large catering kitchen.

Newly renovated toilets and disability facilities.

Detailed venue and space accessibility

Main venue accessibility information


The main entrance to the venue has step-free access suitable for people using mobility aids.

Car parking

No designated wheelchair accessible car parking.

Drop off point

Safe wheelchair accessible drop off/pick up area in close proximity to the venue entrance.

The path of travel from the street or drop off point to the entrance level, firm and obstacle free.

Box Office

No box office available at this venue.

Toilet facilities

Designated wheelchair accessible unisex toilet/s.

Food and Drink

The accessible food and drink services are located: Supper Room Bar

Additional information

Town Hall, 2b Irwine St, Wallaroo, SA, 5556

Main venue accessibility images

Please note:

Not all events may be performing in an accessible performance space. Please check the details of the performance space specific to your performance.

Adelaide Fringe is committed to continually improving accessibility measures. Please reach out if you have any concerns.

Opening hours

Sunday: closed
Monday: closed
Tuesday: closed
Wednesday: closed
Thursday: closed
Friday: closed
Saturday: closed


0436 681 970

Venue facilities

  • Licenced bar facilities
  • Location

    Town Hall, 2b Irwine St, Wallaroo, Narungga Country

    One Main entrance from Irwine Steet. 2 entrances on the side of the hall to Hughes Street. Large parking area located at the back of the building with back stage entry including ramp to stage and stairs to change rooms.

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