Looking for a venue for your next function, workshop, or presentation? Melbourne's home for social impact, Events by Kinfolk is where people do business differently. Located in the former Tramway building in the heart of the CBD, it is a 2 minute walk from Southern Cross Station. Please note, we were formerly known as Donkey Wheel House Events.
Like the cafe’s seasonal menu, Kinfolk’s catering is individually and uniquely crafted according to each commission. Whether it be an evening function in the Kinfolk space with canapés, a hungry lunch affair for onsite corporate conferences at 673 Bourke Street, office picnics available for pick-up or our specialty – bespoke private dinners where Kinfolk embraces the concept of family and hospitality and invites you to sit at an expansive table with friends and enjoy a sumptuous feast.
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