Glasshaus Venues are one of Melbourne’s hidden gems providing the perfect backdrop for your next event.
Glasshaus Inside in Cremorne is where industrial chic meets botanical splendour, with plants draping off the walls in a modern take on the Gardens of Babylon. Impeccably styled 1920s dated warehouse, showered in natural light.
A space for any occasion.
Venue hire: $2,950 (Sun - Thur), $3,600 (Fri), $4,500 (Sat). Access to set up at 3:30pm; functions from 5:30 to midnight.
Available 7 days.
Accommodates up to 88 people for sit-down dinners and up to 125 people for cocktail parties.
Bring in your own caterers, alcohol and furniture, or choose one of our all-inclusive packages.
An event manager and security staff will be present to ensure everything runs smoothly.
A dedicated catering space. There is a commercial sink, hot and cold running water, and single and three phase power outlets.
Some on-site trestle tables available free of charge. Large rustic table, usually used as the bar.
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