A new meeting place has opened in the heart of Canberra, with the launch of the Kambri cultural precinct.
Located at the Australian National University, Kambri boasts a variety of fully equipped conference and event spaces, plus a host of outdoor venues.
For the traditional custodians of the land, Kambri has been a meeting place for thousands of years. The name was gifted to the university by representatives of the Little Gudgenby River Tribal Council, Buru Ngunawal Aboriginal Corporation, King Brown Tribal Group, and the Ngarigu Currawong Clan.
The community precinct offers a variety of spaces for hire, including a multipurpose venue with 500 retractable seats ideal for concerts and banquets, a smaller 220-seat room suitable for presentations and banquets, plus a 300-seat cinema and a 150-seat theatre.
A lobby bar is also available for pre-function drinks and cocktails events, while Ambush Gallery’s newest exhibition space can also be utilised.
Black and White Waiters will assist organisers bring their event to life, while catering will be led by sisters Sammy and Bella, who rose to fame after winning My Kitchen Rules in 2011.
“It’s an incredible honour to be working with one of Canberra’s best state-of-the-art venues, and we look forward to sharing our menu that incorporates handmade, sustainable Australian native produce with delicious flavours,” said Bella.
Other non-traditional spaces are also available for corporate events, including an amphitheatre with tiered seating and a range of outdoor options including University Avenue, The Lane and The Lawn.