At a Glance
Hotel Kurrajong Canberra wedding venue has preserved a piece of the nation’s history and revived the story of the dawn of our Capital while becoming a destination in itself, with its warm and inviting ambience, its elegantly redesigned rooms and Chifley’s Bar & Grill, named after long-time hotel resident, former Prime Minister Ben Chifley, featuring a new whisky bar and locally sourced seasonal menus
Hotel Kurrajong Canberra has the facilities to host an intimate event for 12, a sit down dinner for 180, or a cocktail party for up to 300 guests. Your guests will dine on fresh seasonal selected produce, premium seafood and desserts.
Weddings at Hotel Kurrajong Canberra
“We invite you and your partner to celebrate your wedding at the classically restored Hotel Kurrajong Canberra, a majestic property that originally opened in 1926 at the height of the Roaring 20s.
Your perfect Wedding with us
Choose to stay the night prior with your bridal party in a Heritage Family Room.
Start your special day with a big breakfast in Chifleys Bar and Grill
Have your hair and makeup artist style you in your room- you won’t have to lift a finger as you are tended to hand and foot
Your ceremony will be held in our beautiful lush courtyard by our custom water feature
Choose to have your reception under festoon lights outside or a full sit down dinner in our Kurrajong Room fitted with feature wallpaper and chandelier lighting
Forget the cars and walk back to your executive suite as Husband and Wife at the end of the evening
Share the memories of your day over breakfast the next morning with your closest friends and family
Feel free to reach out to our events team and we will contact you within 24hours. To meet our team and for further insights into Weddings at Hotel Kurrajong, VIEW OUR WEDDING VIDEO HERE
Accommodation and Destination Attractions
The hotel, which comprises 147 rooms, offers boutique-style accommodation. 26 of the rooms are in the heritage wing. Executive suites and balcony rooms complementother hotel features like radiating courtyards, deep verandahs, and covered pavilions.
Prime Minister Ben Chifley lived at the hotel throughout his parliamentary career and up until his death in 1951. He enjoyed the 700 meter walk to Parliament House each morning. Today, guests can take the same walk. Other tourist attractions include the National Portrait Gallery, the National Gallery of Australia, and the National Museum of Australia.
Give us a call now and let's discuss your wedding plans or get your obligation free quote today and we'll get in touch with you within 24 hrs!
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Photo Credit- Enchanted Wedding Photography
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