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est. 1911

Mapleton Hall

About Mapleton Hall

Mapleton Hall and Sportsground is one of the area’s historic jewels.

With its long heritage of comings and goings – dances, sports events, classes, meetings, group activities and special events, the hall is a large part of community life in our small mountain top village of Mapleton.

Whether you’re attending an organised event, or looking for a venue for your own occasion, The Mapleton Hall & Sportsground welcomes you to this very special place.

The Mapleton Hall is held in Trust – The Mapleton Hall & Sportsground Trust – and has served the community of Mapleton and surrounds for a century, having been built in 1916.

The Hall is home to a variety of local groups, amongst them Arts, Crafts, Sports and Social groups, who regularly hire the Hall and Grounds.


Mapleton honour board

The Mapleton Returned Services League hold a lease on the Cottage, which sits alongside the Hall, and the Mapleton Tennis Club call the newly refurbished tennis courts home.

The Hall and its environs is wonderfully preserved and provides a link to Mapleton’s past for all residents. It is also the perfect venue for all sorts of events, and offers a step back in time to a gentler and nostalgic past.


The Hall Trustees are keen to welcome the public to the Hall to take advantage of the well appointed facility, and are grateful to all those who contribute to the maintenance and upkeep, as well as the financial viability of the property.

We acknowledge the Jinibarra people as the traditional owners of the land that we live, work and gather on. We recognise their continuing connection to this country and pay respect to elders past, present and emerging.


Proudly supported by the Sunshine Coast Council’s grants program and the Flying Arts Alliance

Mapleton Hall & Sportsground is a dog-free area.

Unfortunately, our insurance policy forbids all dogs from coming onto the Sportsground or entering the hall. Fur-babies, your owner will have to leave you at home this time!

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