The Byron Kennedy Hall exudes 1920’s
charm and style. This heritage listed building features a large stunning dome
and pillars, exquisite Jarrah wooden floors, a distinctive bell tower, an ante
room and covered veranda. It is the perfect venue for cocktail parties,
high-fashion warehouse sales, banquets, auctions, product launches, parties,
weddings and a myriad of other special events.
Cocktail Function: 100 - 1,100 pax
Sit Down Function: 100 - 550 pax
Main Hall: 1,250m2
Ante Room: 111m2
It is located in the Entertainment Quarter precinct, next to the Hordern
Pavilion and the round-a-bout on Erroyl Flynn Blv. The main entrance is on
Erroyl Flynn Blv.
All parking for the Byron Kennedy Hall is in the
multi-storey Car Park situated
at the Entertainment Quarter, it is on the right hand side once you enter
through the gates on Lang Road.
Parking rates are as follows:
0-2 hours - FREE
2-3 hours - $5
3-4 hours - $9
4-5 hours - $13
5-6 hours - $16
6 + hours and maximum daily rate and lost
Entry after 6pm is at an evening flat rate
There are 48 disabled parking bays, located on the Ground
level of the multi-storey Car Park.
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The Anthony Hordern building, as it was known
was built in 1924, originally housed the Anthony Hordern and Sons department
store that catered to country patrons of the Royal Easter Show. The building
was renamed the Banquet Hall in 1986, and subsequently Byron Kennedy Hall in
1998. A pioneer of the contemporary Australian film industry, Byron Kennedy
(1949-1983) is best known for producing the highly successful films Mad Max I
and II with director George Miller.
Today, the Byron Kennedy Hall is a popular
space for banquets, cocktail parties, product launches, theme parties and
special events. Extensive renovations have highlighted the building’s original
features including a stunning central done supported by six ornate columns,
jarrah floors, lead skylights and distinctive clock tower. The venue is
complemented by an ante room, charming veranda and landscaped garden courtyard
suitable for pre dinner entertaining.
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