ANA Hall

ana.hall-smallThe ANA Hall has stood in the centre of Harcourt for more than a century. It is named for the Australian Natives Associations—a nationalistic movement that provided insurances to men born in Australia and which was pivotal in the movement for Australian federation at the beginning of the twentieth century.

These days, the ANA Hall contains several distinct areas:

  1. Museum—displaying historical items relating to Harcourt people and industries
  2. Extensive data base of historical significance
  3. Commodious meeting rooms.

Open Wednesdays, 9am- 4pm.

7 High Street, Harcourt, VIC 3453
heritage.harcourt.vic.au
phone: (+61) 0400 916 527
email: heritage@harcourt.vic.au

 

 

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