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With sweeping views of the Swan
River, this award-winning
restaurant impresses the most
discerning fine-dining patrons. Whether it’s
a formal sit-down dinner or a cocktail-style
soiree, your event will be remembered for all
the right reasons.
Situated on the upper floor, The Roe
Function Centre takes full advantage of the
magnificent views. The room is equipped with
advanced audio-visual equipment, making it
an ideal venue for corporate seminars and large
weddings. It seats 140 guests, or up to 250 if
you’re hosting a cocktail-style event.
The slightly smaller Catalina Room is suited to
private dinners, intimate weddings and business
get-togethers. Holding up to 50 seated or 100
standing, it has its own outdoor terrace that
overlooks the surrounding reserve.
The Wine Room focuses on the corporate
market and offers a choice of a la carte and
degustation menus with matching wine lists.
The Matilda Bay Restaurant is legendary
for serving modern Australian cuisine full of
fresh flavours, including seafood such as West
Australian whole crayfish ‘from the tank’,
and hand-selected dry, aged beef from the
restaurant’s purpose-built cool room.
RESTAURANT & BAR
PERTH INNER CITY
RESTAURANTS AND BARS
Where | On the Swan River, Matilda Bay
Restaurant & Bar has unbeatable views of the
city and Kings Park, and is perched in front of
the historic University of Western Australia.
Numbers | A marquee at Matilda Bay can hold
up to 500 guests cocktail-style or 350 seated.
The Roe Function Centre holds 140 seated or
250 cocktail-style, while the Catalina Room
holds 50 seated or 100 cocktail-style. The
intimate Wine Room seats 20.
Food | Modern Australian cuisine, fresh local
seafood and dry, aged beef headline the menu.
Drink | As well as delicious cocktails there is an
extensive wine list, including French bubbles.
Address 3 Hackett Drive, Crawley
Phone (08) 9423 5000
We b www.matbay.com.au
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