If you’re on the hunt in 2019 for an event venue with a difference in a fresh location, consider Lardner Park in West Gippsland, located just over an hour from Melbourne and the gateway in east Victoria to pristine coastlines, rolling hills, lakes, uncrowded beaches, and adventure-filled wilderness.
Lardner Park is one of the largest conference and event centres in Victoria, boasting 6,000 sqm of flexible undercover and outdoor settings with world-class, stunning panoramic vistas of rolling hills and lush farm land, providing a spectacular setting for your event.
This distinctively unique destination property caters for small gatherings through to large conferences, exhibitions, festivals, sporting events, meetings, trade shows, expos, drone flying activities and more.
Besides being host venue for forums by the Department of Education and Training and the Victorian Conference of the Liberal Party, Lardner Park is also home to unique events, such as the 3,500 delegate State Youth Games, World Jousting Championships, Regional World’s Longest Lunch with Melbourne Food and Wine, amongst others.
One of the signature events held at Lardner Park is Farm World, recognised as one of Victoria’s premier regional agricultural shows, celebrating 52 years of tradition at Lardner Park in 2019. This event is testament to Lardner Park’s deep ties with the agricultural community and highlights the importance of Victoria’s $13 billion food and fibre industry.
Demonstrating the venue’s versatility and its appeal to the creative sector, the Australian Ballet will bring its popular free and annual Ballet Under the Stars to regional Victoria for the very first time, to be staged at Lardner Park in October this year.
“Damn amazing event venue. I was there for a Digital Innovation Festival event. Food was great, coffee was good, but best of all are the amazing, relaxing country views. If you get a chance to attend an event here, do it !” Ben S
Located just 10 minutes from nearby towns such as Warragul and Drouin are accommodation options ranging from hotels, motels, self-contained units and caravan parks. The 300-acre property on picturesque grounds and sweeping panoramic views, also provides for on-site camping and glamping for up to 15,000. Larder Park truly does offer both space and versatility, from large scale public events to small private functions.
For pre and post activity options, the Baw Baw and broader Gippsland region offers a diverse range of experiences – Tarra Bulga National Park, explore the Warragul Region Art Trail, cooking classes at Jacican in Mirboo North, cheese-making workshops at Grinnery Cheese, and 4×4 adventure through mountains, rivers and historic gold trails with Mountain Top Experience Tours.
Let your imagination take flight and work with the team at Lardner Park to create your best business event yet!