Melbourne’s top EOFY party venues

With the end of financial year just around the corner, now would be the final moment to confirm your EOFY events, but if your workload has put you behind on planning the fun stuff, you’re no doubt feeling the pressure.

Fret not, for we’ve done the running around for you to bring you some of Melbourne’s most stylish, most fun, and most decadent venues, whatever your team may be in the mood for.



Eureka 89
Situated at the top of Eureka Tower, a staggering 300 metres above sea level, this state-of-the-art venue combines sleek design with a sophisticated food and beverage offering. Whether you’re planning a casual cocktail event, an intimate dinner, or a lavish banquet, you can rest assured your event will be carried out to the highest standard thanks to Eureka 89’s expert team of event managers.

Max guest numbers:
Cocktail 400
Dinner 130
Classroom and Theatre 80
Price range: $90-$190 per person


The Point
Situated on the edge of Albert Park Lake, The Point is a sophisticated venue catering for the most intimate to the most extravagant events. Opulent and elegant, it offers two function rooms, both with floor to ceiling windows overlooking the lake and St Kilda skyline, truly setting the scene for a stunning and memorable event. Known for its extensive wine offerings and modern Australian cuisine, The Point offers a variety of food and beverage packages to suit any occasion.

Max guest numbers:
Promenade Room 150 seated / 300 standing
Lake Room 80
The Cellar 12
Price range: $45-$114 per person



Offering traditional Irish fare, modern pub food, live music and the best Irish beers on tap, there’s no place jollier for having an EOFY party than Melbourne’s favourite Irish pub P.J.O'Brien's. The venue is versatile and offers flexible layout choices in a vibrant atmosphere. Located next to P.J’s is the Sidebar, which provides a generous open space, small stage area and semi-private Upper Lounge Bar for a more intimate gathering. Presentation facilities are also available.

Max guest numbers:
Cocktail 200
Dinner 85
Classroom and Theatre 60
Price range: $20 - $50


Hophaus Bier Bar Grill
Perched above the banks of Yarra River at Southbank, Hophaus is Melbourne’s German beer and dining destination with a contemporary twist. Featuring a large bar, dining room, function areas and a beautiful terrace overlooking the city which can be completely sheltered in winter, its an ideal location for celebrating over good food and drink. Versatile function areas include seated dining areas, as well as cocktail lounge and bar areas, with tailored food and beverage packages.

Max guest numbers:
Cocktail 150
Dinner 110
Price range: $20 - $40



The Meat & Wine Co
Providing a unique and exceptionally enjoyable steakhouse dining experience since 2000, The Meat & Wine Co boasts an extensive wine list and premium quality beef in a contemporary and sophisticated setting. A variety of exclusive function areas can cater for both cocktail and sit down events, including stylish private dining rooms for an intimate and exclusive dining experience.

Max guest numbers:
Private Dining Area 100
Puza Bar & Lounge (semi-private) 60
Private Dining Rooms 12
Chef’s Table 8
Price range: $70 - $115


Kobe Jones
Located at WTC Wharf on the Yarra, Kobe Jones is renowned for its Californian twist to Japanese cuisine, making it riverside Teppanyaki at its finest. Priding itself on a fun and interactive dining experience, there are 19 cooking stations from which you can enjoy the knife and flaming teppanyaki cooking skills of expert chefs. With seating for up to 50 people, it is ideal for smaller groups, and the adjacent wharf can also be utilised for extra options.

Max guest numbers:
Cocktail 150
Teppanyaki seated 50
Kobe Jones seated 60
Price range: $60 - $185


Still feeling a little overwhelmed?

If you’re feeling inspired but too busy to organise something, consider getting in touch with JConcierge. Taking the fuss and hassle out of event planning, JConcierge is a one stop shop for busy EAs and PAs, offering a range of business and personal services.




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