Renniks launches double storey pavilion for national hire

South Australian event hire specialists Renniks are literally taking major events to the next level with their all new double storey pavilion which debuted recently at the Clipsal 500 event.

South Australian event hire specialists Renniks are literally taking major events to the next level with their all new double storey pavilion which debuted recently at the Clipsal 500 event.

“We are thrilled to add the double storey pavilion to our hire offering. We believe it will provide a significant and positive impact on tourism and event campaigns going forward,” said Renniks’ Heath Bertram.

The $600,000 investment by the company in the pavilion has already proven to be a feature in enhancing tourism and major events in SA and made its mark with a stunning debut at Adelaide’s recent Clipsal 500. The pavilion may also be shipped interstate.


Making its debut recently at Adelaide’s Clipsal 500, Renniks has launched their double storey pavilion, now available for events nationally. 

For sporting events in particular, the second level allows for uninterrupted views without having to look through safety barriers.

Able to be easily erected anywhere on virtually any surface, the pavilion can create both a monolithic statement and a boutique, unique and truly A-list venue at major sporting to community events. Renniks says the venue is suitable for not just event space but also temporary office or retail space, fashion events, operations centres, pop up venues and much more.

The pavilion offers capacity of 180 people seated on each level (360 seated both levels) and 250 people standing on each level (500 standing both levels). Its glass fronted doors open out to a verandah with uninterrupted views on both upper and lower levels and the option of separate rooms to cater for corporate box facilities, serving areas or dining areas.

The pavilion can be carpeted and air conditioned and at its biggest measures 10m wide x 30m long, but can be erected in a variety of sizes.  It takes around seven days to install and seven days to dismantle and the top level can also be used as a standalone pavilion. 

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