The unique glassed-in Conservatory venue, where celebrations, functions, and events are always joyous, memorable occasions. The St Andrews Conservatory is the jewel of Melbourne's iconic Pumphouse Hotel venue. It takes its name from the hotel's proud history, when it was formerly known as the St Andrews Hotel.
By day, this beautiful venue is filled with natural light spilling from its distinctive glass roof. This feature is hung with delicate bamboo lanterns which, in the evening, illuminate the venue and create a spectacular ambience. The cosy fireplace and the option for dance space add to the exceptional atmosphere and timeless style of the Conservatory which is exactly what you want at your next function.
The Conservatory can host up to 120 seated, and 160 cocktail style (both with dance space).
Large or small, any budget, any menu, Tony and his dedicated team have been hosting functions in the Conservatory for over 20 years. Whether it be engagements, birthdays, christenings, corporate seminars or office parties, we understand the organisation required to make any event a success, which is why we offer a range of options and packages for either seated, or cocktail style functions.
On your special day you deserve nothing less than exceptional. The Conservatory at St Andrews prides itself on delivering a completely stress-free wedding reception, as a destination wedding venue. Management and staff strive to ensure that your wedding reception runs smoothly, and that all your guests have a wonderful and memorable evening. We understand that one of the most important aspects to you is food quality and quantity, because it’s important to us too. With an extensive selection for you to choose from, our cocktail wedding menu is sure to excite. We've catered to virtually every type of special event and function and we make it our specialty to adapt perfectly to the customer's unique needs. Our central location also makes us a sensible and friendly alternative to the big city hotels.
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