The Fountain Court

This versatile room with marbled floors and ever-changing art exhibitions is a truly unique event space.

Ideal for cocktail receptions, product launches, gala events and pre-dinner receptions.

Capacity:  Banquet – 100 | Cocktail – 200

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NSW Parliament Fountain

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NSW Fountain Function Room

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NSW Fountain Function Room

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NSW Parliament Fountain Court Night View

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NSW Parliament Fountain Court Dinner

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NSW Parliament Fountain Court Cocktail Event

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Did you know? 

The Fountain Court links the old and new at Parliament. It is here that the 19th-century heritage buildings meet the structures added throughout the years to serve our modern Parliament. It is adjoined by the Legislative Assembly and Legislative Council foyers — two of the most historic areas of the precinct.

The Fountain Court was constructed between 1974 and 1983 as part of a large-scale project to modernise the parliamentary precinct. The cascading central fountain is a commissioned work by famed architect Robert Woodward, whose works include the striking El Alamein Memorial Fountain in Kings Cross and the Moreshead Fountain in Sydney’s Royal Botanic Gardens.

Each wall of the Fountain Court is decked with an array of artworks.

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