Regional Victoria is an almighty backdrop of wilderness, waterfalls, inland lakes, forests, cliffs and caves.

The breathtaking landscape is so mind-blowing, that it almost serves as a distraction to the tiny moments that happen along the way.

Tiny towns, tiny houses, tiny churches, and tiny halls are scattered across the vast state and here in central Victoria, you could almost be mistaken you are passing through a magical miniature world.

As regional Victoria re-opens, we welcome the return of weddings and special events, and what a way to celebrate being with friends and family than being in an intimate location to be merry in each other’s company!

A small hall tour of Daylesford and surrounds highlights the many spaces available for special events from weddings to birthdays, right through to live music performances.

The gorgeous red brick Mechanics’ Institutes sprinkled across the region could be the perfect setting for that long lunch with friends or even a small country wedding. Yandoit, Trentham and Fryerstown each have stunning Mechanics Halls built for bingo nights and bunting and are now ready for your special event.

For something a little larger the small halls of Lyonville, Glenlyon and Bullarto all offer a picturesque position in nature, with small gardens for photoshoots and classic Australian architecture to complete the picture.

The tiny halls offer a blank canvas to design your small but very important moment. Get creative and make your event a destination for friends for a whole weekend away.

Make your special occasion more memorable by thinking outside the box and curating a country affair in one of Victoria’s stunning small halls.

Glenlyon Hall

Tiny Halls of Central Victoria

Lyonville Hall
The Convent, Daylesford
Glenlyon Hall
Bullarto Hall
Yandoit Mechanics Hall
Trentham Mechanics Hall
Burke and Wills Mechanics Hall, Fryerstown

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Convent Gallery

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Ali Webb House of Webb
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Kyneton-based Ali Webb adventures the state as a tiny tourist, exploring the littlest to the largest corners of our sweet slice of Victorian heaven.

A writer, a publicist, an artist manager and a downright good human being, Ali’s a curious cat, always on the hunt for a tale to share, especially if it involves digging for treasure in a local secondhand haven, scouring the seasonal delights of our favourite kitchens or simply finding a golden spot to pitch her tent after a day of bushwalking. Follow her tiny tourist tracks across the state at @houseofwebb.