The Members’ Dining Room is the most exclusive dining space within Parliament House.
Floor-to-ceiling windows provide panoramic views of Sydney’s Domain. The room has access to a private outdoor courtyard and its lofty wood-paneled ceilings give the space a spacious and elegant feel.
Usually reserved for Members of Parliament, it is the perfect venue for smaller corporate lunches, dinners, product launches and more.
Capacity: Banquet – 80 | Cocktail – 100 | Theatre – 70
The two grand tapestries in the Members’ Dining Room are the work of artist Fay Bottrell. City Tree and Country Tree were commissioned as part of major renovations at Parliament in the 1980s. The tree motif was developed to reflect the functions of Parliament. The trunk is the institution of Parliament — solid and strong. The branches symbolise the various political parties and the leaves are their members — an ever-changing component. The branches seek light and reach out, mirroring the advances of Parliament. Country Tree was woven in situ in the Visitors’ Dining Room with the artist’s loom set up with its warp amid the chaos of the building site.