The Memo is where Healesville comes alive with music, film, theatre, live performances, artist showcases and cultural activities.
Located in the centre of the picturesque town, The Memo was built in 1924 after a major community campaign to raise funds for a soldier’s memorial hall.
It immediately won the hearts of locals and earned its reputation as a place of wonderful memories, magical cinema, youthful romance, debutante balls, theatre and more.
In 2012, The Memo was revitalised with a modern extension. The redesign by award winning Victorian architect Greg Burgess reflected a spirited, connected community focussed on creativity, the future and beautiful surrounds.
There is no designated car park. There is a public car park on the corner of Green and River Streets.
- Ramped entry/ exit
- Lift access
- Disabled seating in theatre
- Wheelchair access to stage
- Disabled toilet
- Phonic Hearing Augmentation System (hearing loop) to assist people with hearing aids.
Eat & Drink
Snacks and refreshments are available pre-show and post-show at the bar.
Air conditioned/ heated all year round.