At a Glance
Built in the 1920s and situated on five acres of parkland in the shire of Baulkham Hills, Cropley House captures this elegant era both inside and out.
The Cropley House is perfect for intimate gatherings or bigger celebrations. Seating 180 guests to 350 guests for a cocktail event.
Where grand architecture and stately ballrooms were the scene for glamorous parties.
Established in 1926 and now undergoing a complete restoration, Cropley House is the complete venue to host all styles of events. Offering two magnificent rooms on the ground floor and four separate rooms on the second floor, the venue is compatible to host events of large grand lunches and dinners or conferences with small breakout areas.
Intimate private gatherings and impressive corporate events are all accommodated within the venue.
As you approach the circular driveway of Cropley House, its wisteria covered verandah overlooks the formal rose garden, where you will enjoy pre-dinner drinks and canapés.
A majestic staircase leads you to the bridal retreat where you can relax before making a grand entrance into your reception.
Cropley House features uniquely decorated function rooms, the Victoria and the Elizabeth rooms. Both are located on the ground floor featuring bridal rooms, direct access to the balcony and have been independently decorated to retain the heritage feel and grandeur.
Located on the top floor are the View Rooms (I and II) and Cropley Rooms (I and II). Both top floor rooms are independently situated with pre function areas and delightful views overlooking the grounds of Cropley House.
Choose between our indoor or outdoor areas to host your engagement party. Your guests can then enjoy drinks and canapés while you explore our beautiful grounds with many different photographic opportunities.
Our Group Executive Chef Adam Birtles, is also appreciative to work with you in providing the perfect menu to accompany your day. From canapés on arrival, shared antipasto platters, gourmet three course meals or specific cultural cuisines, no detail is too little.