Perched high on the Palm Beach Penisula, Jonah’s is the ultimate location for a wedding. Jonah’s cliff top garden is the perfect site for a wedding ceremony and guests can take advantage of al fresco drinks and canapés before moving into the main restaurant to continue celebrations.
Designed by award-winning architect Michael McCann, GRAIN brings a strong local bar feel to the city’s harbour front. It sports an eye-catching central island bar clad in giant curved slabs of sustainable Queensland Blackbutt timber over a frosted glass inner core.
Hobart’s five star boutique hotel is renowned for its luxurious setting, stylish accommodation and superior services. The hotel itself is divided into a series of distinctive rooms leading off an expansive marble floored entrance hall. The library is the first of these fixtures, decorated in rich brown, black and gold hues with its timber floors, mahogany book cases and animal-stripped upholstered couches.
Public Dining Room is owned by the brother/sister partners Mark and Monique McLoughlin who have been residents of Balmoral for ten years. Architecturally designed by Hecker, Phelan and Guthrie, Public Dining Room has a Scandinavian look with raw, natural materials that compliment the beachside location.
Breathtaking views of Balmoral Beach coupled with Public Dining Room's smart modern cuisine, allows for a truly memorable function experience, whether that may be a formal sit down affair or boutique wedding.
Terra Rossa in Melbourne features several distinct areas that make it perfect for versatile dining. The historic building houses a stylish interior featuring rough-hewn mahogany floors, dark wood furnishings, chesterfield lounges and candy red walls.
Celebrating on the cellar door stairs at Saltram Wine Estate. Established in 1859 by William Salter, Saltram Wine Estate has become a Barossa Valley icon of Australian winemaking and produces some of Australia’s most recognisable and award winning wines.