Historical Sites and Buildings
There are many historical sites and buildings in and around Swan Reach.
The War Memorial
The War Memorial was unveiled in 1918 and is situated opposite the Anzac Park Reserve
Swan Reach Town Hall
The Swan Reach Town Hall was opened in February 1933 at a cost of $1,200 pounds.
The Swan Reach Town Hall was extended in 2015. and now incorporates a fully equipped kitchen, additional carpetted meeting room, modern toilets with a disabled toilet and access ramp. Catering for functions can be arranged.
For Hall Bookings phone 0414 596 884
CWA Hall was the original District Council Building and was gazetted in 1888 and built for $125 pounds.
The CWA foundation stone was laid in 1950.
The building is now the Swan Reach Craft Room & Gallery
Opening Hours are Wednesday and Saturday 10.00am - 1.00pm
Phone 0427 702 377
Swan Reach Police Station
The Swan Reach Police Station was built in 1911, the first resident policeman was Mounted A.J. Patten.
Court was conducted from February, 1915
Swan Reach Lutheran Church
The Swan Reach Lutheran Church was opened in March 1923 and has just celebrated its 90th year.
phone 08 8570 2015 for information on church services.