Palace Theatre Recreation Centre

Built in 1937, this building is a fine example of the art deco style of the 1930’s and is one of only two such buildings remaining in the Goldfields region. In 1978, a group of concerned local business & community members felt the need for a ‘Drop-in-Centre’ for the Youth of Kalgoorlie and Boulder.

The facility was gifted to Boulder Promotion & Development Association in 2002 and was renamed “Palace Theatre Recreation Centre”. The Centre is now a separate entity run by a management committee. 

There are skating sessions on every Sunday and the centre is also used for birthday parties and other functions. 


Sunday Sessions:   Beginners                 11.30am – 12.30pm             $4.00

                                  General Skating              1.00pm –   3.00pm             $8.00

Skates & blades are available to hire in most sizes for $2.00. All money from hire is used to purchase replacement stock.

School Holiday Sessions as above on Tuesday and Thursday most holidays. The beginner’s session is a parent supervised session and parents must remain at the Centre. Parents are allowed to walk on the floor to assist their child.

The general session is for more able skaters and participants must wear skates at all times whilst on the rink.



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