Uduc Hall 1959

Uduc Hall 1959
The old weatherboard Uduc Hall is a well-loved part of the Uduc community and hosts regular bush dance events.

Hire the Hall for events and group functions, or a unique, country wedding.

The Hall is surrounded by a cricket pitch.

Uduc Dance Club

The Uduc Progress Association holds the Uduc Dance Club dance at the Hall every third Saturday of the Month from 8pm to midnight.

There are also dance lessons on Monday nights from 7pm to 9pm. Beginners are welcome.

Contact the association by phone for details.


The Uduc Progress Association was formed in 1919. After 1921 when the Uduc School was closed the Association moved to keep the school building as a public hall.

The first dance was held in the hall in 1922, after which time it was used for many public fund-raising activities until the mid-1950s when a move was made to build a new hall.

Although this had been under discussion since the mind 1930s, work began in earnest in 1957. The builder was Lew Fryer who was assisted by local voluntary help.

In 1959, the Uduc Hall was utilised by about 40 members of the Uduc Progress Association who gathered there to view the first night of television in Western Australia, and in 1969 members watched man’s landing on the moon in the hall.

In 1987, the Uduc Progress Association extended the hall to accommodate the large dance crowds.




  • Wheelchair-accessible entrance
  • Family-friendly
  • Car park
  • Function facilities
  • Large group-friendly

Uduc Hall 1959

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