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Trippas White launches The Pavilion’s new look


One of Sydney’s landmark event venues, The Pavilion, hosted a re-launch event last Thursday (22 March) to celebrate its new look following recent refurbishments including new sophisticated interiors and a beautiful feature wall, new carpet and chairs, renovated bathrooms, a fresh paint job and landscaping upgrades.


Sydney’s Pavilion on the Park unveiled it’s new look to almost 200 industry guests last week.
All images courtesy of Oneill Photographics


The Pavilion treated almost 200 guests to an evening of freshly shucked oysters, cheese and charcuterie stations, free flowing Chandon and live jazz music.

Guests were among the first to sample head chef Anderson Dos Santos’ new canapé menu featuring; blue cheese shortbread with spiced pear jam; chicken liver pate with port wine jelly and brioche crisps; fig bresaola with taleggio cheese, cured ocean trout with beetroot jelly and lime crème fraîche; salt and pepper tofu with avocado and bean sprouts; and ‘sliders’ with grilled sirloin, quail egg and crisp pancetta. Desserts included mini macaroons and mascarpone tiramisu with raspberries.


The venue has undergone refurbishments including new decor,  renovated bathrooms, landscaping upgrades and much more.
All images courtesy of Oneill Photographics


Part of the Trippas White Group, The Pavilion boasts a prime location in the middle of Sydney’s cultural hub and is within close proximity to other iconic Trippas White Group venues such as the Art Gallery of NSW, The Mint on historic Macquarie Street and Botanic Gardens Restaurant.

“One of the things that makes The Pavilion so unique is its curved architecture which allows uninterrupted sightlines from any point throughout the venue,” said Trippas White group managing director, Brien Trippas.


Above: Inside the new-look venue. And below: the outdoor courtyard.
All images courtesy of Oneill Photographics

“With its prime park-side location and sunny terraces, The Pavilion is a great city escape just 5 minutes walk from the CBD, and can accommodate up to 450 guests for a cocktail style event and 240 seated guests,” he added.