Audley Dance Hall historic heritage project
This 19th century Royal National Park icon has been restored to its former glory thanks to the NSW National Parks Audley Dance Hall historic heritage project. Undertaken with particular focus on cultural and ecological sustainability, and historic heritage conservation, the project has seen the dance hall once more become a hub of activity within the park.
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The restoration of Audley Dance Hall is now complete, restoring this Royal National Park icon to its former glory.
Incorporating a multi-million dollar refurbishment, the project was based on the Audley Master Plan, which maximises the site’s immense cultural and natural values.
The extensive new works have reacquainted Audley Dance Hall with some of its previous uses. Today, it’s again a hub of recreation in the park, housing a café and function space. Visitors can while away their time – inside or al fresco – surrounded by the same views across to Audley Weir Pool that park users would have enjoyed over a century ago.
With echoes of yesteryear and interpretative ‘dance steps’ in the forecourt, the revitalised dance hall and Audley precinct is a real treat to visit.