The Woodville Town Hall is an elegant heritage building at the heart of the Charles Sturt community. A vibrant, inclusive and entertaining venue celebrates community life in western Adelaide.
Our vibrant space is home to concerts, performances, markets, events and community celebrations.
Check out what's on at the Woodville Town Hall.
The Woodville Town Hall is available for hire. Our hall is used for weddings, concerts, performances, comedy, dance, community celebrations, markets, conferences, seminars, award nights, quiz nights, fundraisers, lectures and exhibitions.
- built-in audio-visual system
- polished floorboards
- heritage chandeliers
- flexible ground floor seating
- modern dressing room
- dress circle
- baby grand piano
About the hall
The Woodville Town Hall is a prominent building of historic significance in Woodville Rd and is owned and operated by the City of Charles Sturt. It is recognised as a Local Heritage Place.
The building was initially constructed in 1903 as council offices and chambers, before being enlarged several times over the 1920s and 1940s. It ran as the Woodville Picture Theatre, first as a silent movie theatre and then as a trendy picture theatre during the Golden Age of cinema.
Built in 1927, the Main Hall is grand and ornate with excellent acoustics. The spacious and versatile group floor can accommodate any type of event from an intimate cabaret show through to a concert with 900 capacity.
Now, the Woodville Town Hall is an elegant heritage building that houses a diverse range of events, from community celebrations to world-class music, theatre, dance and comedy.
Read more about the history of Woodville Town Hall.