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RMIT Storey Hall

Listed by the Australian Heritage Commission and classified by the National Trust, Storey Hall is a high-impact, award-winning space featuring state-of-the-art technology and design.

Capacity Seated 250 Guests     Cocktail Up to 600 Guests
Price From $2500

Built between 1884 and 1887, and formerly known as Hibernian Hall and Guild Hall, this multi-purpose space was renovated and rebuilt in the mid-1990s, and today is the ideal venue in which to host corporate events, lectures, live music and dinner dances.


This venue offers a range of function options including a basement lecture theatre, 750-seat auditorium, grand foyer and world-class exhibition space and art gallery.

The auditorium can accommodate guests theatre-style over two levels. The foyer is ideal for cocktail parties or conference registrations.

Services include:

  • Food and Beverage Catering
  • Entertainment
  • Security
  • Theme Consultation
  • Disabled Access
  • AV Facilities - lectern & microphone, VHS/DVD/CD/audio tape units, data/slide/overhead projectors, lapel microphone and projection screen.

Capacity

Room Capacity Theatre-style Cocktails Banquet with dance floor Banquet without dance floor

Theatre-style Cocktails Banquet with dance floor
Auditorium 460 1000 200
Auditorium Dress Circle 245 N/A N/A
Auditorium Foyer N/A 150 N/A

RMIT Storey Hall - 330 Swanston St, Melbourne 3000
Price: From $1500

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