The symmetrical fronted single storey structure consists of two rectangular buildings joined together at right angles. Extensions to this structure include the addition of north and south side entry porches at the western end, and enclosed verandah on the southern side and a small extension onto the north east corner.
The timber chamferboard clad timber framed building is supported on concrete piers and on a more recently constructed brick base under the northern wall of the front section. The western end of the building is supported on a rendered brick plinth which extends around to include the side porches. Timber framed and chamferboard clad stepped buttresses add decoration to the elevation. Timber battening between piers provide enclosure to the underneath area of the building.
The steeply pitched main roof and the flatter pitched skillion roofs to the extensions are sheeted with metal decking (similar to Trimdek profile) and are replacements of an earlier roofing material. The eaves overhangs are generally unlined except for the infilled projecting gable at the western end. This projecting gable infill with a semi-circular cut out is supported on cantilevered beams. The gable is sheeted with fibro cement panels and the vertical joints concealed by wide timber cover strips. The horizontal soffit is sheeted with fibro cement and the semi-circular section is lined with tongue and groove boarding.
The facing to the projecting gable on the northern side consists of vertical timber battens spread apart and supported on a timber rail.
Various types and styles of windows have been installed in the building.
Windows to the western wall consist of two pairs of timber framed casements glazed with amber coloured glass and a fixed semi-circular fanlight glazed with lead lighting over. Timber, semi-circular label moulds adorn these windows. The tall window with semi-circular head positioned in the centre of the building is glazed with lead lighting.
Small lancet type fixed windows with semi-circular heads and glazed with amber coloured glass provide lighting to the entrance porches. These windows are also capped with semi-circular label moulds.
The windows in the northern and eastern walls consist of a timber framed pivoted window and a fixed fanlight with scalloped timber head framing above. These windows are generally glazed with opaque glass with several of the fanlights glazed with blue coloured glass. Horizontal timber label moulds adorn these windows.
The pointed arch triangular shaped clerestory windows to the north and south gable ends contain timber tracery sash bars dividing the windows into three panes.
Windows to the southern side wall consist of three sets of timber framed two-pane casements glazed with opaque glass and two sets of sliding glass windows in aluminium frames.
Southern side clerestory lighting to the main building is provided by four sets of four bank adjustable glass louvres.
The small entry porches on the north and south sides are accessed by pointed arch framed tongue and groove vertical joint doors. These doors are flanked by pairs of Tuscan Order timber columns supporting a boxed-in timber beam.
Access to the entry porches is by small flights of painted concrete steps which wrap around the porch.
Access to the new section of the hall is by a short flight of timber steps leading to a pointed arch, single leaf, framed tongue and groove vertical joint door located on the north-west side. Rear access to the building is provided by a flight of timber steps and timber landing connected to the north-east corner extension.
No provision is made for access by the disabled.
In addition to the pointed arch window, the southern side gable also contains an access doorway and a timber framed platform supported on R.H.S. (steel) triangular brackets.
The building has been reasonably well maintained although both entry porch doors are in poor condition and a large structural crack has developed in the southern porch entry stairs.