The hospitality and catering firm will join the Canberra gallery from 28 February, 2024.
The National Gallery of Australia is home to the largest collection of art in Australia. Its iconic building – including Gandel Hall – and sculpture gardens provide memorable function spaces with crafted menus for seated dinners and cocktail events.
“It is an honour to be entrusted with the responsibility of catering the National Gallery of Australia,” says Trippas White Group CEO Kevin Zajax.
“We look forward to elevating the culinary and dining experiences for visitors and event guests at one of Australia’s most iconic cultural landmarks.”
Trippas White Group has delivered catering services at other high-profile Australian venues, including Sydney Opera House, Taronga Zoo, Queen Victoria Building, Sydney Tower and Australian War Memorial.
The company will oversee operations of the current Street Cafe and the newly announced Gallery cafe, which is set to open in 2025.
“We are delighted to welcome Trippas White Group as our exclusive partner for all event and retail food and beverage services,” says National Gallery of Australia director Dr Nick Mitzevich.
“Their proven track record in managing high-profile venues aligns seamlessly with our commitment to providing exceptional hospitality experiences for our visitors.”