The Preston Stanley Room is ideal for conferences, breakfast events, evening receptions or private dinners.
The room features state-of-the-art AV facilities including two drop-down screens and data projectors, lectern with microphone, laptop and a wireless microphone.
Capacity: Banquet – 60 | Theatre – 90
Millicent Preston Stanley was an Australian feminist and politician, and the first female member of the NSW Legislative Assembly. Preston Stanley was among the first women in New South Wales to become Justices of the Peace and served as president of the Women Justices’ Association from 1923 to 1926. Throughout her life she advocated for women’s rights, health reform and temperance.