HEATLEY'S DANCE HALL
STURT STREET,
TOWNSVILLE, QLD
DURING WW2

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Photo via RAAF Townsville Museum

Heatley's Dance Hall was located on the first floor of the Heatley's Department Store which can be seen behind the Everyman's Hut. Access to the dance hall was via Sturt Street. Heatley's Department Store itself was located on the ground floor and was accessed via Flinders Street.

Mavis Ivers recalls Heatley's Dance Hall as a fairly big hall. They would hold old time dances there, eg Pride of Erin, Waltz, Barn Dance , Gypsy Tap, etc.

 

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