The Bundalaguah Myrtlebank Hall, located between the towns of Sale and Maffra in Eastern Victoria, was saved from permanent closure in 2013. A new diverse and dedicated hall committee was formed to ensure ‘The Bundy Hall’ remains as a viable community asset, both now and into the future.
The forward thinking committee got behind the dream of converting the hall into a suitable non-commercial, not for profit, all abilities inclusive, intimate live music and the arts venue hosting high quality local, interstate and international artists.
The plan from the outset was to have premium artists, premium sound and a premium acoustic environment. It’s all about the music!
‘Live at the Bundy’ was started to promote & run live music events at the Bundy Hall as well as other regional venues. Paul & Brett work hard on sourcing the best artists and providing the best available production for all ‘Live at the Bundy’ events. With the support of the hall committee and other volunteers we are able to provide a visceral experience seldom found anywhere else today.
“Human spirit is mightier than the pen…every community needs a Bundy Hall…it was an honour to see it first hand…Viva Viva Bundy Hall!” Joe Camilleri
For more information please contact:
Paul 0429 352 373
Brett 0408 384 147
‘Live at The Bundy Inc’ is a seperate entity to the Bundalaguah & Myrtlebank Hall Inc. It is a not for profit organisation. Any profits made at events are directed to the continued restoration of the Bundy Hall for community use, or directly back to our music community via donations to support various charities & groups.
The assets and income of the organisation shall be applied solely in furtherance of the above-mentioned objects and no portion shall be distributed directly or indirectly to the members of the organisation except as bona fide compensation for services rendered or expenses incurred on behalf of the organisation.In the event of the organisation being dissolved, the amount that remains after such dissolution and the satisfaction of all debts and liabilities shall be transferred to another organisation with similar purposes which is not carried on for the profit or gain of its individual members.’