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Queensland’s Old Government House allows you to experience the grandeur of Queensland’s first and foremost public building built in 1868 right in the heart of Brisbane City and overlooking the City Botanic Gardens. The House and grounds also serve as a beautiful backdrop for photography, with traditional colonial architecture, sandstone walls and high columns. It’s the perfect location for elegance and sophistication as it overlooks the front landscaped gardens. The lawns of The House and City Botanic Gardens makes for that perfect once in a life time experience with an abundance of natural light for their beautiful milimo Bentley Wedding photography. This location is Queensland’s first Government House; it is located at Gardens Point in the grounds of the Queensland University of Technology Within the grand City Hall you will find vaulted ceilings, chandeliers, mosaic tiled floors and luxuriously-restored function rooms. In the foyer, the magnificent marble staircase will take your breath away, and provides the perfect setting for timeless wedding photographs.
Room Three Sixty
Room Three Sixty a top-floor function space with panoramic views of the city skyline from one of the most picturesque corners of Brisbane city, makes for an impressive modern reception venue. Adjacent to Old Government House, Room Three Sixty is an incredibly versatile, neutral space featuring floor-to-ceiling windows, two adjoining open-air terraces, and a full service bar. Award-winning boutique catering company Cuisine on Cue are the exclusive caterers for Room Three Sixty.
Gardens Theatre Foyer
For something entirely different, Garden Theatre Foyer is a modern event space on ground level, with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the lush greenery of the Botanic Gardens. Flooded with natural light and featuring an open-air atrium, high ceilings and state-of-the-art AV systems, Gardens Theatre Foyer lends itself to imaginative event styling and lighting designed to impress.
One of Queensland’s most important heritage buildings, Old Government House was the original seat of power and social hub of colonial Queensland, and the official residence of the Governors of Queensland up until 1910. Now over 150-years-old, the original sandstone façade is complemented by a thoughtfully-restored classic interior, while surrounding lawns add a distinctive charm and serenity to the grand old building.
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