Four reasons to fall in love with Room Three Sixty

Ceremony // Receptions // Venues // by QUT Venue Collection

A university function space might not be your first thought when choosing your dream wedding venue, but QUT’s exclusive Room Three Sixty will make you reconsider everything you remember from your days on campus. QUT’s city campus at Gardens Point is home to the QUT Venue Collection, a curated suite of the university’s premium and boutique spaces positioned in an enviable and secluded spot far removed from the bustle of the CBD and yet only 10-minutes’ walk from the city’s best hotels, and it’s here you’ll find Room Three Sixty.

[feature photo: Vellum Studio]

Room Three Sixty

Photo by Vellum Studio

Location, location, location

Sitting atop the newest development on campus is the incomparable Room Three Sixty, a world-class function space designed to impress with panoramic views from every vantage point. Room Three Sixty features two open-air terraces; the north terrace boasts commanding and beautiful views of the city skyline from Southbank to the Story Bridge, while the views from the southern terrace reach Kangaroo Point cliffs, Brisbane River and beyond. The flexible, modern interior also includes an on-site bar, foyer for welcome cocktails, dancefloor and banquet room, and can transform with any style or budget.

QUT Venue Collection reasons to love a wedding here

Photo by Ben Clark Photography

Past + present = Your future together

The contemporary top-floor reception space Room Three Sixty pairs beautifully with the romantic grandeur and vintage charm of nearby Old Government House in a unique combination reflecting the past and the present. The juxtaposition of world-class modernity and old-world history in these two top-tier venues is the only one of its kind in South East Queensland and makes for a memorable wedding day with added convenience for your guests.

Photo by Todd Hunter McGaw

A picture paints a thousand words

From the verdant lushness of the City Botanic Gardens and the brick and steel laneways of the university campus to the twinkling of a fairy light-filled fig tree and the setting sun and nighttime city skyline from Room Three Sixty, photography backdrops abound at QUT Gardens Point and couples choosing Room Three Sixty are granted exclusive access for photography on site. 

Photo by Tom Judson Photography

It’s a university, but not as you know it

Whether you spent countless hours on campus at uni or chose a different path altogether, QUT’s city campus has evolved in recent years to become a cultural hub for everyone to enjoy with art galleries, digital exhibitions and theatre performances open to all. A leafy, welcoming entrance down Main Drive past Parliament House and heritage-listed executive buildings on one side and the City Botanic Gardens on another brings you to the heart of the campus, home to QUT Venue Collection’s premium spaces Room Three Sixty and Old Government House, which are reserved strictly for special events.

 

You’re invited to attend QUT’s free wedding pop-up showcase, Inspo @ Room Three Sixty, on Saturday 21 September, from 10 am – 4 pm (by appointment only). Contact the team at QUT Venue Collection via email events@qut.edu.au or phone (07) 3138 4455 to book your spot.