Welcome to Jubilee Hall

At the foot of Mount Macedon in the Macedon township is this fabulous community facility available for hire on a casual or regular basis.

It is ideally suited for weddings, parties and social eventsand even funerals. It is also suitable for meetings, dance and exercise classes.

There is easy access and special amenities for people with disabilities. There are tables and chairs plus crockery & cutlery for 120 people and the kitchen has good quality commercial standard fittings.

The main hall has the capacity to comfortably seat 120 people.


52 Smith Street, Macedon, 3440


The main hall has the capacity to comfortably seat 120 people, has polished Jarrah flooring, a pull out stage,direct access to the kitchen, heating and cooling and a northern wall slides open to access a natural amphitheatre, BBQ area and evening breezes.

The meeting room is fully carpeted, has heating and cooling and direct access to the kitchen. It is an ideal room for large or small meetings

The kitchen contains 2 fridges, a large 6 burner gas stove and an oven, a commercial dishwasher and an instant hot water urn. There are extensive stainless steel benches and a central stainless steel preparation area with 2 sinks. Crockery and cutlery for 120 people is provided.

Other equipment available includes 120 stackable chairs and 17 trestle tables. There is revese cycle air conditioning in both public areas.

The amenities are conveniently located between the main hall and the meeting area. There are separate facilities for males, females and the disabled.

Outside wide verandahs along the the opening of the north wall make for pleasant balmy summer night functions and lead out to the surrounding native gardens.

History of Jubilee Hall

In 1898 the original hall was officially opened, on the land donated by Mr Nicholls, adjacent to his brickworks, funded by local fundraising and donations. It was established as a place for in-door recreation on the long winter evenings. It was called Jubilee Hall as it was timed to open in the Diamond Jubilee year of Queen Victoria’s reign.

In 1983 the Ash Wednesday fires destroyed the hall, but with the help of the Macedon Ranges Shire Council and the local community the hall was rebuilt and officially re-opened in 1990.