Venue Info

1920s New York Style

The HIGHLINE Venue is reminiscent of the golden years - The roaring 1920s, an era of opulence, art deco and Hollywood glamour. From the moment you step into our venue a wondrous experience begins as you peruse lavish crystal chandeliers alongside dark jade and rich burgundy details. You'll be charmed by features like our stunning 24K gold chandeliers, expansive outdoor terraces and gold trimmings.

Highline Ballrooms

The HIGHLINE Venue ballrooms (Ruby, Emerald and Sapphire) are designed to be flexible and functional for events of all sizes and requirements. When booking you have the choice of three separate and self-contained ballrooms, or you can combine all three to create one grand function space.

 

Ruby Ballroom can accomodate from 100 - 250 people in banquet style or 300 for cocktail.

Emerald Ballroom can accomodate from 270 - 500 in banquet style or 350 - 700 in cocktail.

Sapphire Ballroom can accomodate from 350 - 700 in banquet style or 400 - 1100 in cocktail.

 

The HIGHLINE Venue can also accommodate up to 1,340 guests in a banquet arrangement across all three of our ballrooms.

Every ballroom is self contained with it's own bathroom amenities, glamorous pre dinner foyer and lounge area each with a bar, expansive outdoor terrace and dedicated private room.

The HIGHLINE Venue bar and lounge areas are also available for hire to host events such as birthday parties, christenings, kitchen-teas, cocktail and dinner parties.

Private rooms

The HIGHLINE Venue has 3 luxurious private rooms located on the upper Mezzanine level. Furnished to match the roaring 1920s decor of the venue, each private room contains a fully equipped bathroom, bar, hair & make-up preparation area and glamorous dressing space with mirrors.

For couples booking their wedding, access to their dedicated private rooms is included allowing you to overlook the stunning ballroom you have decided to make your own for the day. Private rooms are available for hire to host intimate events such as business meetings, kitchen-teas and small dinners.