If you have an event, large or small, we have a space. Choose between galleries, lecture halls, outdoor areas and business centres. Whether you’re planning a seminar or conference, a fashion show or art exhibition, there’s space for you at our venues.
Executive venue hire
We’re here to help make your board meeting, industry networking event or conference run smoothly.
The Leadership and Education Centre
The Leadership Centre, in the heart of Brisbane, is ideal for training, events, industry networking, board meetings and conferences. It offers a variety of configurations and can host from five to 150 people.
The Peter Cosgrove Centre offers stunning Sydney Harbour views and a fully equipped kitchen for all types of catering, including formal sit-down dinners. It can fit up to 52 people boardroom-style or up to 150 theatre-style.
The Gaudete Centre in Brisbane offers amazing views out across the bay, Moreton Island and to the airport. The state-of-the-art function centre can be configured for formal dining events, lecture, ceremonies and conferences.
The McGlade Gallery is located in Strathfield, close to Sydney’s Bicentennial Park. The gallery boasts three areas with high ceilings and adjustable tracks for displaying art, as well as an adjacent space for video or film presentations. This venue is available for private and corporate events.
Located in Fitzroy’s dynamic arts precinct, the ACU Melbourne Gallery gives our students an opportunity to be involved in running a professional exhibition venue. It’s offered free to local and international communities to exhibit work that explores issues of community, identity and spirituality.
The Peter W Sheehan Gallery is located in Brisbane’s north-eastern suburbs and is an ideal venue for exhibitions by schools, community groups, churches, art galleries and industry leaders. The gallery champions exhibitions that start conversations on religious, equity and social justice issues.
Tell us about your event – the why, the what and the when – and we'll help you find the where. From the Veritas buildings' multi-purpose function space in Canberra, to the open-plan rooftop of the Daniel Mannix building in Melbourne, we've got you covered.