Three reasons why you should host your next business event at Adelaide Town Hall
When you think of the Adelaide Town Hall its grandeur and extensive history might pop into mind, but did you know it’s one of Adelaide’s premier event destinations?
With eight different event spaces within its walls, the Adelaide Town Hall can cater for your next business event whether it be a board meeting or conference, presentation, or cocktail reception. Not convinced? Here’s why you should consider the Adelaide Town Hall for your next business event.
1. A room fit for everyone
Whether you have 14 attendees or 300 attendees, are looking for traditional allure or functional comforts, our range of rooms have got you covered.
Auditorium (current capacity 333)
The grand Auditorium is home to the impressive Walker & Sons pipe organ and its character and versatility as a room makes it perfect for gala dinners, lectures and corporate events.
Not only has The Balcony played host to many a famous face in its time, it is also the perfect space for cocktails or a sunset soirée prior to your dinner event. The Balcony is included in our Auditorium venue hire, and is ideal for intimate pre-dinner drinks in a relaxed outdoor setting (current capacity 83).
Banqueting Room (current capacity 161)
Add elegance to your cocktail reception, presentation or round table discussion in the Banqueting Room with its high decadent ceilings and solid bronze chandeliers.
Meeting Hall (current capacity 124)
The Meeting Hall is the hidden gem of the city. Its effortless charm will add something extra to your business event.
David Spence Room, Prince Alfred Room & Green Room (current capacities of 49, 63 and 39 respectively)
Our traditional meeting rooms provide functionality and privacy with three to choose from – David Spence Room, Prince Alfred Room and Green Room. These rooms are all ideal for board meetings, small conferences and presentations.
Mankurri-api Kuu / Reconciliation Room (current capacity 24)
Our Mankurri-api Kuu/ Reconciliation Room was the first and is the only official Reconciliation Room in Australia. It is perfect for small meetings with a maximum capacity of 10 people when set up as a boardroom.
Find out more about our rooms available for hire here.
2. Intrigue your guests with the history
Stepping through the front doors on King William Street, you’re instantly transported to a different time where Adelaide was finding its feet and cementing itself as a city. Met by a grand marble staircase and some of the city’s finest examples of Victorian architecture, you and your guests will be in awe of the sophisticated surroundings, its prestige and history.
Built in 1866 by former Mayor of the City Edmund Wright, the Adelaide Town Hall has been an icon of the city ever since with key decision makers, royalty and celebrities walking its halls. Why not host a cocktail reception on the balcony where in 1964 The Beatles stood and waved to a crowd of 350,000 adoring fans? Or, how about you host your next conference in the very room where His Holiness the Dalai Lama gave a captivating presentation to over 700 people in 2013.
Find out more about the history of the Adelaide Town Hall here.
3. Location, location, location
In the heart of the city, the Adelaide Town Hall is within easy reach for your guests wherever they may be coming from. With the Adelaide Airport just a 15 minute drive away, a tram stop directly out the front (Pirie Street Station), the Adelaide Railway Station in walking distance and ample car parking available within close proximity, the King William Street location is nothing but convenience for your guests.
Learn more about our central location here.
Interested in hosting your next business event at the Adelaide Town Hall? Contact us today to start planning!