Event Spaces

ETHER CONFERENCE & EVENTS CENTRE

Modern companies and couples love Ether events spaces for their casual and comfortable creativity in both menu and decor. Our sky high ON15 event room has played host to some seriously glamorous weddings. Cocoon Lounge is a wonderful setting for a casual party, where you can choose to section off a part of the bar for your guests or enquire for availability to book on the entire venue. The Louden Kitchen & Grill offers Modern Australian dining with a difference, set high above Little Bourke Street. You will enjoy the view of the bustling CBD shopping district through our floor to ceiling windows.

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ON15 & COCOON LOUNGE

With beautiful city views – the venue caters for stand up cocktail function, private dining events, celebrations and stunning CBD weddings.

Cocoon Bar is an intimate Melbourne space perfect for those looking to have a casual event or meeting with great food and drinks.

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THE LOUDEN KITCHEN & GRILL

With floor to ceiling windows allowing natural light to flood in, The Louden Kitchen & Grill is a casual dining style, CBD restaurant overlooking the hustle and bustle of the high end fashion precinct in Little Bourke Street. Open 7 days a week for breakfast and dinner, it can be also be booked for lunch groups. The fresh catering menus are updated seasonally.

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Sleep Over

Ether is positioned within two hotels, providing accommodation for all tastes and budgets. The Swanston Hotel, Grand Mercure is a 4.5 star hotel offering contemporary and spacious rooms whilst the 3.5 star Mercure Welcome Melbourne provides great value-for-money accommodation.

Perfect for large and small conference groups your delegates will be located right in the centre of the Melbourne CBD with easy access to public transport and airport shuttles. If you are wanting to take your team out for the night, we are just a short walk away from both the Chinatown and Lygone Street dining precincts.

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