Welcome to the Exeter Village Hall
Exeter Village Hall is a heritage listed building located in the small Southern Highlands town of Exeter in New South Wales, Australia. An hour and a half from Sydney and located within a 3 minute walk from the Exeter Train Station, this 1902 built building is a charming building in which to hold your function or community event.
Exeter Hall was restored for its 100th birthday in 2002 and has been extended to include a second hire room and a commercial kitchen. Exeter Hall consists of two function rooms; The Badgery Room – which is the original School of Arts building built in 1902; and the Reuben Room which is a new purpose built function room, opening out to a wrap-around undercover verandah area overlooking Exeter Park. The building is surrounded by a grassed area and an adjacent carpark and is across the road from the historic 1895 built St Aidan's Church.