Melbourne Polytechnic’s Conference and Function Facilities are offered at competitive rates and are perfect for corporate meetings and social events. Our modern facilities are situated throughout Melbourne and are well suited to the needs of corporate conferences, meetings and social events.
Our centres at Preston and Heidelberg are equipped with professional standard audio, visual and presentation equipment. Our talented chefs at the Preston Conference and Function Centre are culinary masters who can also cater to special dietary requirements and our front of house staff provide elegant and professional service.
The facilities are ideal for strategic planning sessions, annual general meetings, business seminars, conferences, board meetings, product or service launches and general social events that require professional presentation and style.
The venues have ample parking, are easily accessible by public transport and are positioned away from the noise of the city.
Our on-site managers have over 20 years of experience in corporate catering and events management. Their impeccable attention to detail will ensure your event is exceptional.
Melbourne Polytechnic’s conference facility at Epping comprises one large auditorium and four break-out rooms. This modern facility can accommodate a diversity of events and conferences for up to 250 people.
Heidelberg – David Wills Auditorium
This modern theatre style auditorium is located just 12 km from the CBD and can accommodate up to 150 people in stylish and contemporary décor.
Prahran Conference Centre
With multiple options catering for any size function, we can provide all your catering and technical needs to make your next event go off with a bang in Prahran.
Preston Conference and Function Centre
The facilities are ideal for strategic planning sessions, annual general meetings, business seminars, conferences, board meetings, product/service launches, and general events that require a touch of presentation and style.
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