1928 – opened as a public hall in 1928 to serve as a memorial to soldiers from World War I and to provide a space for community and social events.
1930s to late 1970s – operated as a cinema, with silent movies accompanied by live piano, being the first films to be screened at the venue.
1952 – first community theatre production staged: Arts Council Drama Group presented Tons of Money
1956 – Pirates of Penzance presented by the Musical Society
1964 –governance of the Jetty Soldiers Memorial Hall was appointed to the Coffs Harbour Shire Council
1970’s- Still leased as a cinema, live theatre activity increases greatly towards the end of the decade
1980s to 2003 – managed by a community-based Council committee and developed into a community venue for the cultural arts and live theatre.
1990’s – second major refurbishment completed by The Coffs Harbour Vietnam Veterans.
2003 – major restoration, notably funded by the Coffs Harbour City Council, which transformed the building into a state-of-the art 250 seat contemporary venue to present a wide range of community and touring shows.
2007 – first season launch, introducing professional touring shows and enabling the Coffs Coast to join the national regional touring network.
2014– Overhaul of audio visual facilities including the installation of 7.5m motorised screen, FHD projector and 5.1 surround sound.