Albert Hall, Canberra
(3.7/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Apparently, the government has spent a lot of money over the past years restoring Albert Hall. It is now back to being a fantastic venue for dance and community groups to use. If only there were more ...  more »
  • We managed to have in the Hall when there was a market on. It seemed a bit down market for a place of such heritage. You could imagine the performances on the lovely stage and admire the flooring and ...  more »
  • A photo shoot featuring lithe giraffe like creatures had just wrapped when I wandered in, struck by the gorgeous wood panelling, the arches of light on the polished floor, and the space of the grand r...  more »
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  • Albert Hall is a hall in Canberra, Australia, used as a function Center. Situated on Commonwealth Avenue between Commonwealth Bridge and the Hotel Canberra in Yarralumla. Originally opened on 10 March 1928 by the Prime Minister, Stanley Bruce. Bruce named the hall, explaining at the opening ceremony that he had chosen the name from the Royal Albert Hall in London
  • Nice and gorgeous hall.
  • Historic performance hall, now also used by visiting carpet and clothes retailers.
  • Nice place
  • The ACT Government has spent a lot of money over the past years restoring Albert Hall. It is now back to being a fantastic venue for dance and community groups to use. If only there were more of these events and less rug sales. Photo is from Canberrang 2012 on 3 August 2012. Lighting design was additional to that provided by the venue.