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Description

In 1835 colonial secretary Alexander Macleay set about building the ultimate trophy house, a shimmering, classical styled jewel box, perched in rugged bushland on the northern side of present day Potts Point, high above Elizabeth Bay with majestic views across Sydney harbour and beyond.

With commanding views over Sydney...

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In 1835 colonial secretary Alexander Macleay set about building the ultimate trophy house, a shimmering, classical styled jewel box, perched in rugged bushland on the northern side of present day Potts Point, high above Elizabeth Bay with majestic views across Sydney harbour and beyond.

With commanding views over Sydney Harbour, Elizabeth Bay House gleams like a Greek temple. Once surrounded by famous landscaped gardens, it is one of the most splendid private houses ever built in Australia and still arouses our delight and astonishment.

Its elegant rooms and fine proportions, sweeping staircase and lavish furnishings reveal the tastes and aspirations of its original owner, Alexander Macleay, after the governor, the most important public official in colonial Sydney.

Facilities

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Ceremony On Site .glyphicons-ring
Restaurant On Site .glyphicons-dining-set

Event Rooms

Hall & Saloon

Min 40 people, Max 100 people

Dining Room

Min 10 people, Max 24 people

Cellar

Min 10 people, Max 50 people

Event Room Layouts

Theatre
Classroom
U-Shape
Cabaret
Boardroom
Banquet
Cocktail
Hollow Square
Hall & Saloon
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40
100
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Dining Room
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24
24
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Cellar
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Theatre
Classroom
U-Shape
Cabaret
Boardroom
Banquet
Cocktail
Hollow Square
Hall & Saloon
-
-
-
-
-
40
100
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Dining Room
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24
24
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Cellar
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