Set within the cosmopolitan suburb of Prahran, centrally located on the main corner of the iconic Greville Street precinct, Oscar Cooper is a unique private space perfect for a multitude of occasions.
Your guests are guaranteed to be impressed with their elevated setting overlooking one of Prahran’s most prominent corners. The space boasts a modern urban-industrial interior and is a warm combination of recycled local materials and high end finishing.
Oscar Cooper is an ideal venue for your engagement, wedding, birthday or corporate event. It's set to impress you and your guests and they offer an extensive drinks selection and creative in house catering. The dedicated team of chefs are on hand to create a range of delicious canapés tailored to suit your event.
If you are looking for a unique intimate venue, you can rest assured knowing the team will be on hand to look after your every need.
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