The McKell Room caters for groups of 16 to 30 people.
It is equipped with state-of-the-art audio-visual facilities and is perfect for board meetings, away days, seminars, training sessions, breakfast meetings and more.
With a outlook over the lush atrium garden, this contemporary room is sure to impress your guests.
Capacity: Banquet – 16 | Boardroom – 16 | Cocktail – 30
The McKell Room is named after Sir William John McKell who was Premier of NSW from 1941 to 1947. McKell worked closely with Prime Ministers Curtin and Chifley during the WWII effort and, during his time in office, enacted major legislative reforms including the Liquor (Amendment) Act 1946 that led to licensed clubs becoming a feature of the state’s popular culture. He went on to become Governor General.