Royal Botanic Garden Sydney reveals new event spaces

Two new event spaces have been unveiled at Royal Botanic Garden Sydney, adding to the venue’s versatile offerings for business events, meetings, conferences, workshops and team-building sessions.

Blending history, art and the environment, the refurbished spaces – The Garden Gallery and Gadi Seminar Rooms, both within the Robert Brown Building – are nature-inspired and full of natural light.

Event organisers can also add a tour of the gardens, or a breakout session outdoors to maximise the venue’s natural surrounds.

“The Garden Gallery and Gadi Seminar Rooms are a welcome addition to Sydney’s business events scene, meeting growing demand for spaces that foster positive wellbeing and a collaborative culture,” says Holly McDougall, venue sales manager, Royal Botanic Garden Sydney.

“These new venues are immersive experiences where the beauty of the gardens meets state-of-the-art facilities.

“Our goal is to inspire creativity and innovation by providing an environment that merges natural light with greenery and art.”

Laissez-faire Catering is the existing food and beverage provider at Royal Botanic Garden Sydney, and the company’s service extends to the new event spaces.

“Royal Botanic Garden Sydney now provides the full spectrum of spaces for all types of business events,” says Sara Flaksbard, general manager, Laissez-faire Catering.

“We can do large-scale dinners and cocktail parties at The Calyx, and provide exceptional catering for smaller meetings and gatherings in these wonderful new spaces.

“We believe all events, regardless of size, should have access to a morale-boosting space with creative, delicious and locally sourced dishes.”

Royal Botanic Garden Sydney was established in 1816. It is Australia’s oldest botanic garden and longest continuously operating scientific institution. It is home to more than 27,000 plants from around the world.


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