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Exclusive event spaces in the heart of Brisbane

The QUT Venue Collection is a curated selection of premium and unique venues at QUT's leafy Gardens Point campus in Brisbane's CBD. With proximity to central Brisbane, the QUT Venue Collection comprises a suite of exceptional and high-tech event spaces to accommodate a broad spectrum of events, including large-scale public festivals, corporate functions and keynotes, weddings and special celebrations, and performing arts productions and creative events.

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Venues and spaces

From a performing arts complex to one of Queensland's most important heritage buildings, the QUT Venue Collection presents an unrivalled combination of event spaces with limitless potential. Our venues include Old Government House, Room Three Sixty, Gardens Theatre, QUT Art Museum and The Cube.

Our venues

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With two of Brisbane's premier wedding and reception venues located just metres apart, the QUT Venue Collection reflects the past and the present like no other, pairing the romantic grandeur of Old Government House with the contemporary modernism of Room Three Sixty.

Your wedding

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Functions & creative events

From large-scale public festivals with 20,000 people, to small board meetings for 10, the QUT Venue Collection can accommodate almost any type of event, function or production. We specialise in providing high-level technical support and client-focused logistics and planning.

Your function or event

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Meet the team

Our team of experienced and professional event specialists oversees the QUT Venue Collection, providing exceptional service and support to ensure the smooth running of your next high-profile or special event.

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Contact us to discuss your requirements

Phone (07) 3138 7750
Fax (07) 3138 4462

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