Caversham House

Perth Banquet facility
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Total meeting space
Standing capacity
Seating capacity
141 Caversham Avenue
Perth 6055
Onsite catering
141 Caversham Avenue
Perth 6055



  • Dance floor

Alcohol and catering

  • Onsite catering

Photo gallery

Meeting space

Meeting rooms2
Largest room0 sq. m
Second largest room0 sq. m



  • Complimentary parking


A short 20 minute drive from the Perth business centre will take you to the serene, secluded Caversham House Estate. Caversham House specialises in Wedding Receptions, Garden Ceremonies, Corporate dinners, Product Launches, School Balls and all Special Occasions. The drive through the arched, ancient olive tree driveway guarded by life size hand carved sandstone Gargoyles creates an awe inspiring feeling. Passing through the olive tree canopy and entering full sunlight you first encounter the Historic Caversham House homestead which was converted to a reception centre in 1960. The area beyond the house is veiled by trees and gardens. Venturing behind the wall of trees you enter the lovely garden area surrounding the house. To the right is a traditional gazebo set amongst the lawned area which is used for wedding ceremonies. On the opposite side of the lawn is the elegant, permanent marquee and to the right the lawn is bordered by a low limestone wall finished with sandstone balustrade, giving us a hint of what is beyond the wall. Beyond the Marquee is a second lawned area leading to a rotunda constructed with limestone and also finished with balustrade . As you reach the top of the staircase you see the breath taking view of the majestic Hidden Gardens and the Swan River. Another two large staircases join the middle and lower, paved terraces and expose the view of the imposing four story high waterfall. From the lower terrace you can walk down the grand staircase to the luscious green lawn or walk along the terrace , below the waterfall and along the Jarrah walkway to the large, private floating pontoon immersed in the Swan River. Looking back towards the extensive limestone wall lined landscape, you realize the magnitude of the gardens and admire the formal gardens gracing the banks between the terraces. But for the large gum trees you could easily mistake this as a magnificent European Renaissance Villa.

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