Sergeants Mess — Business events meet nature
Sergeants Mess opened its doors in August 2009 and immediately established itself as one of Sydney’s premier event locations. Located only 15 km from Sydney’s CBD, on the water’s edge in national park at Chowder Bay (near Mosman), Sergeants Mess offers an elegant backdrop for events of all styles — from weddings to corporate events, conferences, gala dinners and private celebrations. Operated by Manuel Spinola of Grand Pacific Group (other venues include The Tea Room QVB, The Tea Room Gunners’ Barracks and Dunbar House), Sergeants Mess is the group’s first purpose-built event venue and can cater for groups of up to 350.
The original Sergeants Mess building was built in 1963 as part of the Georges Heights Australian Military Army Base and was used by officers for meals, socialising and accommodation. Today the venue has undergone a multi-million dollar renovation and refurbishment, and has become a purpose-built event venue that offers a unique combination of breathtaking views; opulent, state-of-the-art design; extensive facilities and world-class dining — all set in native bushland on the foreshore of magnificent Sydney Harbour.
Whether it’s a cocktail party for 350, a gala banquet for 250, a theatre-style breakfast presentation for 170 or a private board meeting for 10, the venue provides a range of spaces and configurations that all boast the latest audio visual technology, including wireless internet, wide screen projectors, plasma screens and surround sound.
"With its unique natural location, Sergeants Mess offers the opportunity for business to meet nature — giving attendees the chance to free their minds in the privacy and tranquillity of a bush land harbourside setting. And while Sergeants Mess feels like it is a world away from the bustling city, it is accessible by a short car ride or specular boat trip," says Holly Orsman Smith from Sergeants Mess.
For more information about Sergeants Mess as a business event venues or to arrange a site inspection, simply contact the AccessNSW team.