The ground floor of the Royal Exhibition Building is immediately impressive. No matter which triumphal portico you enter, as soon as you look up you’ll be struck by the breathtaking ceilings.
This large, flexible space within Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre, dedicated to Victoria’s Indigenous peoples, is named for the Boon Wurrung and Woi Wurrung word for the Yarra River.
Melbourne Museum is celebrated for its striking architecture, on full display in our Main Foyer and Walk.
The Melbourne Story is an immersive display of some of the most fascinating elements of what makes Melbourne marvellous. What a talking point for a corporate dinner or cocktail party!
Mind and Body Gallery provides a really different and memorable option for a dinner or cocktail party.
Both entrances to the Science and Life Gallery create a sense of wonder. From the massive blue whale skeleton in the Main Foyer and Walk to the theatrical display of transformation in the Evolution Gallery, there is definitely something to spark curiosity in your guests.
Te Pasifika Gallery is light and bright filled space with remarkable objects that celebrate the traditions of Pacific Island life.
Floor-to-ceiling glass envelops our magical Treetops space, allowing beautiful views over historic Carlton Gardens.
Our Atrium is a beautiful glass conservatory at the rear of Old Customs House, connecting the main building to the Courtyard.
Our sun-drenched Courtyard, a tranquil haven in the middle of the CBD.
The Grand Foyer is on the first floor and is accessible by an elegant, ornate staircase, creating a wonderful sense of anticipation on arrival at your event.
Our Long Room is inspiring in its size. Originally a thriving hub of trade activity, it has remained an important commercial location for over one hundred years.
We are always excited to welcome guests to the heritage-listed Pumping Station – its impressive industrial architecture and unique history always makes for a memorable occasion.
Melbourne Planetarium is an extraordinary space. Sit back beneath a horizontal dome 16 metres high and see the night sky revealed like never before!