High Street, Texas
This hall was completed in 1958 as a memorial to those who served in World War I and II.
The hall was constructed for a cost of £33,000 by the Inglewood Shire Council. It replaced a timber structure which had burnt down in 1947.1 Less than 12 months after opening, during a meeting of the Tobacco Growers association, the stage floor collapsed and 19 people were in- jured, some seriously.2 The damage was repaired and the stage floor strengthened.
The hall has been used and continues to be used for a wide range of community events in the Texas district.
The Texas Memorial Hall is significant as a good example of a 1950s town hall. It is significant as a war memorial and for its associations with community events in the Texas district.