Venues and Facilities
Mt Eliza House is a restored historical Federation home, located off Fraser Avenue in Kings Park.
The house is available for either full or half day bookings for meetings, seminars, workshops and corporate social functions. Mt Eliza House features two internal meeting rooms, the Faulkner Room and the Hickson Room, as well as a covered pavilion with wooden decking overlooking the house gardens and Swan River.
Phone: (+61 8) 9227 0233
Fax: (+61 8) 9227 0244
Perth's State Reception Centre is located off Fraser Avenue in Kings Park and Botanic Garden, above Fraser's Restaurant.
The centre was built in 2011 to accommodate the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting Leaders’ Retreat in a high quality function facility overlooking Kings Park, the City of Perth and the Swan River.
There is also a wonderful connection between the new centre and the Commonwealth by the use of recycled wandoo timber for the building’s balcony decking that came from the stadium seating used for the 1962 Empire and Commonwealth Games in Perth.
The State Reception Centre in Kings Park provides a venue for community, corporate and government events and is managed as part of the Frasers’ complex, which also includes the Kings Park Kiosk, the Botanical Cafe, the Frasers’ Function Centre and Fraser’s Restaurant.
The facilities include a large function room capable of accommodating up to 700 guests (400 seated), a passenger lift and ramps for access for people with disabilities and toilets for guests. Parking for the facility is at the rear of the building in the Wadjuk Carpark, with overflow parking available on May Drive and Lovekin Drive verges.
Phone: (+61 8) 9482 0150
Fax: (+61 8) 9481 7401
The Biodiversity Conservation Centre is located off Fraser Avenue and was built in 2005 to provide energy efficient office and laboratory facilities for Botanic Garden and Park's Authority staff and volunteers.
The facilities include disabled access, toilets and limited parking is available at the front of the building.
The meeting rooms on the first floor are regularly used for seminars, educational workshops and volunteer group meetings. These meeting rooms are not available for hire to the general public but are sometimes the location of public events.