The majestic Winthrop Hall is the jewel in the crown of The University of Western Australia. Built in 1932, the cathedral-like venue welcomes patrons with a marble and mosaic foyer and vaulted ceilings. The auditorium with its splendid pipe organ combines stained glass windows and Aboriginal motifs on the ceiling. This venue has elegance, glamour and an unmistakable grandeur perfect for formal events, gala dinners, weddings, corporate conferences and presentations.
Perfect for large functions and events there are options available to transform the hall into recital mode for a more intimate setting.
Directly beneath Winthrop Hall is the Undercroft which is a perfect space for large exhibitions and product displays with approximately 480 square metres of floor space available. When used in conjunction with the Undercroft, Winthrop Hall makes an excellent conference venue. This area is also suited to less formal functions with a capacity for 500 guests standing or 300 guests seated for a lecture or seminar.