The Lind Lane Theatre is a fantastic cultural destination in Nambour.
It’s the premier entertainment venue in town, with cultural offerings for people of all artistic interests.
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The Lind Lane Theatre also has a rich history; it opened in 1945 though back then it was known as the Nambour Amateur Theatrical Society, also known as NATS. Throughout the years, the theatre group didn’t have a permanent home. They performed at several establishments, including the Nambour Civic Centre, Digger’s Hall Theatre, and others until, in 1963, they called the Blackall Terrace home. They had numerous productions, but unfortunately, a fire burned the theatre down in 1972.
The group continued to work for eight years, holding shows at the Yandina School of Arts Hall as they raised funds to build a new theatre. Eventually, they sold the Blackall Terrace location and started building in 1980. Eight years later, they were given a grant by the Maroochy Shire Council, helping them build extensions, such as a fly tower and foyer. In 2003, the site was demolished to construct the Nambour Plaza Shopping Centre. David Williamson opened its current location in 2003, a famous playwright in Australia.
Today, the Lind Lane Theatre remains a significant art and cultural institution in this part of the Sunshine Coast. Well worth a visit for anyone who appreciates the arts.