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Find a touch of Eden only 15 minutes from the Perth CBD.
When you first come across Willow Pond Reception
Centre, it s hard to imagine you re anywhere near
the hustle and bustle of an urban area.
Beautifully landscaped Japanese gardens, spread
across 2.2ha of land, welcome guests.
With an ornamental lake filled with koi and
a cascading waterfall at the centre of the garden,
any photos taken can be assured of a picture-
While anything from a birthday bash to
a corporate function can be held at Willow Pond,
the venue is a truly sensational spot to have
a wedding. With plenty of space in the lush
gardens to hold the ceremony and take
professional photos, and a function room for
the reception, the bride and groom can relax
with everything they need in the one location.
Willow Pond has three function rooms to
choose from, with two holding up to 160
guests and the other able to host 50 guests.
The Wisteria Room is particularly lovely
-- carpeted throughout and with a parquetry
dancefloor, it looks out over Swagman s Court
and the gardens.
And it s not only guests who rave about the
delicious food; Willow Pond has twice been the
finalist of an excellence in catering award from
the Restaurant and Catering Industry Association.
Typically Western cuisine, the company caters
to various dietary requirements. A range of ways
to enjoy the food is available, whether you d prefer
a set menu, a full buffet, cocktail food, breakfast
Willow Pond is well equipped for a variety
of events including weddings, engagements,
anniversaries, birthdays or more corporate
occasions such as seminars and conferences.
For those smaller gatherings, try their alfresco
restaurant, Ramon s at Willow Pond, which looks
directly over the gardens.
Whatever the occasion is, Willow Pond guarantees
a "touch of Eden" at its beautiful premises.
Perth Metro Function Centre
The Wisteria Room is a magical setting for
weddings, and the Willow Pond staff can help
bring it to life with stunning decorations.
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