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Perth Venue - The Rise

Perth Venue - The Rise

The RISE in Maylands offers first-class meeting and function facilities for a variety of purposes.

Built by the City of Bayswater in 2011, The RISE is a multipurpose facility in high demand for both small and large events.

With city skyline views and close proximity to the CBD and public transport, the function centre is ideal for a wide range of events. Some of these include weddings, birthday and engagement parties, graduations, school balls, corporate training, product launches, community courses and small meetings. The list is endless.

The centre offers a 400-person capacity Function Suite with balcony, kitchen and bar servery. There is also a 300-person capacity Community Hall, which can be divided into smaller sizes to suit client needs.

An eight-person capacity meeting room with a table and electronic whiteboard is perfect for small meetings. The double-court Sports Arena can also be used for large functions, team-building exercises and sporting events, either on its own or in conjunction with the function rooms.

Both function rooms are fully air-conditioned and feature AAA production audio-visual equipment including microphones, data projector, iPod docking station and DVD player.

Although The RISE does not cater for food or beverages, the commercial kitchen access for both function rooms allows you the freedom to arrange your own catering company, according to your requirements.

Of course, our venue managers will be happy to recommend reputable catering and beverage companies.


Where | Conveniently and centrally located in Maylands, just 10 minutes’ drive from the Perth CBD and close to the Maylands train station. Numbers | From eight delegates in the meeting room to 300 in the community hall, or 400 in the function suite.
Food | The RISE does not cater for food, drinks or decorating services. However, they can recommend previously used catering companies.
Drink | See above.

Address  28 Eighth Avenue, Maylands
Phone  (08) 9208 2400


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