Function Armidale Nsw

Functions Armidale Nsw

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Echidna Gully affords seclusion and space in a splendid setting. Our Armidale Nsw Function options have expanded in response to the broad range of clients who wish to hold an event that matters in a place that is different. Macquarie Hall sets the scene and the opportunity to realize your ideas in a large space is limitless. The mixture of industrial metals, recycled, milled and raw timbers provide a canvas for the artistic palette. From black tie to casual, vintage to chic, the Hall will carry the night like a timeless beauty.

As on countless other occasions the timber floor will rock to the beat of dancing feet as they take to the floor. Whether you choose a local band, a bush dance caller or a jute box the music vibrates uninterrupted, into the night. When your feet need a rest head out to the veranda and down to the deck seats or try the newly constructed seat at ‘Greenacres’

When you move back inside the Hall join others at the bar, aptly named the ‘Dingo Trap.’ The bespoke bar is the work of our son Jordan. Combining his building, carpentry and creative skills he rebuilt and refurbished ‘The Dingo Trap’ from the floor up. His intention to work within the existing Hall features and mix the new with the old has given Echidna Gully a bar that is classic, original and exciting. Run your hands over the milled hardwood timber top, plant your foot on the newly installed foot rail and add to the conversation. Check out the photograph of the Patron whose eyes never miss a thing. One memory flows onto another and whether you are a drinker or not the ‘Dingo Trap’ is a hard place to leave.

The pleasure of being immersed in a truly Australian place is a powerful experience.

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  • Macquarie Hall
  • Wedding Venue
  • Function Centre
  • Group Camps
  • Conferences
Macquarie Hall offers seclusion, privacy and an opportunity to realize your ideas in a large space.
The mixture of industrial metals, recycled, milled and raw timbers together with the ambience of a wood fire sparks the artistic palette. Replicating woolshed life, the timber floor has rocked to the beat of all sorts of feet but never to the sound of shearing sheep.

The view, framed by the floor to ceiling windows calls you to cross the Hall and go out onto the veranda and stop. Nearly everyone stops right on the edge of the veranda at the top of the stairs. It is at this point we stop talking and let people drink in the view. Whether it be to walk down the wide timber steps, explore the newly planted secret garden, ask about the human race, inspect the outdoor fire and barbecue area or simply just enjoy the view, the pleasure of being immersed in a truly Australian place is a powerful experience. It isn’t until you move back inside the Hall that the bar, aptly named the ‘Dingo Trap’ is given another look. The bespoke bar was the work of our son Jordan. He used his building, carpentry and creative skills to rebuild and refurbish ‘ The Dingo Trap’ from the floor up. His intention to work within the existing Hall features and mix the new with the old has given Echidna Gully a bar that is classic, original and exciting. Run your hands over the raw timber top, plant your foot on the newly installed foot rail and believe it or not, discuss the lighting. One memory flows onto another and whether you are a drinker or not the ‘Dingo Trap’ is a hard place to leave.

Another often used area in the Hall is the Conference Loft which is available for smaller conferences and is extremely private. The room with a view combined with plenty of natural light and warmth is an exceptional working space and a relief from the usual conference room atmosphere. The often photographed stairs leading up to the Conference Loft, built from milled and raw timber by Brian Marquardt nearly 20 years ago confirms our belief that quality building will withstand the fads of time.

Macquarie Hall offers seclusion, privacy and an opportunity to realize your ideas in a large space. The mixture of industrial metals, recycled, milled and raw timbers together with the ambience of a wood fire sparks the artistic palette