The Slaty Creek Memorial Hall, 3232 Charlton-St Arnaud Road, Slaty Creek, has significance as an important commemorative icon in Slaty Creek to the fallen soldiers in the Second World War and as a local meeting place. Built in 1958 from concrete bricks, the building appears to be in good condition.
The Slaty Creek Memorial Hall is historically and socially significant at a LOCAL level. It is associated with the development of Slaty Creek in the mid 20th century, and commemorates the fallen soldiers in the Second World War. Built in 1958, the hall has served the community for a variety of purposes throughout the 20th century. It is therefore recognised and valued by the Slaty Creek community for cultural, commemorative and recreational reasons.
Overall, the Slaty Creek Memorial Hall is of LOCAL significance.