Chapter Place Melbourne Events
Ideally located just 8km from Melbourne’s CBD, Chapter Place is a wedding and event destination unlike any other. The Pentridge Precinct has been sensitively restored, giving the heritage-listed former prison site a new lease on life. Contemporary designs blend seamlessly with historic features to create a spectacular setting for weddings, private parties, and corporate functions in the vibrant North Melbourne suburb of Coburg.
Chapter Place offers everything you need to host an unforgettable event in one place, including nine modern function spaces, unique dining and bar concepts, stylish on-site accommodation, and beautiful gardens. No matter how grand or low-key your vision is, the venue’s dedicated events team will be on hand to ensure everything comes together effortlessly for a seamless and stress-free occasion. Choose from one of Chapter Place’s carefully curated function packages and let the amazing team take care of the rest.
Highlights of Chapter Place Melbourne Events:
- One-of-a-kind venue for weddings and events in Coburg
- Stunning contemporary designs blend seamlessly with heritage features
- Nine flexible event spaces catering for up to 250 guests
- On-site accommodation at The Interlude and Adina Apartment Hotel
- State-of-the-art audiovisual facilities for meetings and corporate events
Spaces At This Venue
Chapter Place's Merri Creek Room is a spacious and versatile venue, lending itself perfectly to corporate functions and larger weddings. This stunningly modern space can accommodate up to 240 guests seated in a theatre setting or 180 guests seated banquet style.Read More
Housed within the original Pentridge chapel, this stunning space features soaring 15-metre-high ceilings, beautiful arched windows, heritage stone walls, designer chandeliers, and elegant long sheer drapes. The Chapel can accommodate up to 200 guests seated in a banquet setting, making it an ideal venue for wedding receptions at Chapter Place.Read More
The Long Hall
The original south wing heritage hall reimagined. Immerse yourselves in a piece of Melbourne history, dining with one long elegant table down the centre of the wing for up to 100 guests, or celebrate the night away with a cocktail style celebration for up to 150 guests.Read More
- Carlton Gardens
- Melbourne Zoo
Frequently Asked Questions
Chapter Place’s carefully curated wedding packages range from $165 to $199 per person. Minimum spend applies.
Capacity limits will vary depending on your chosen event space and are as follows:
- The Chapel — 200 banquet | 140 cabaret | 240 theatre
- Merri Creek (Combined) — 180 banquet | 126 cabaret | 240 theatre
- The Long Hall — 120 banquet | 80 long table | 150 cocktail
- Alfresco Dining — 120 banquet | 150 cocktail
- The Reflection Garden — 900 cocktail
- North & Common Restaurant — 80 banquet
- Olivine The Bar — 110 banquet | 200 cocktail
Weddings at Chapter Place must end by midnight.
Weddings at the newly opened Chapter Place in Melbourne’s vibrant inner north are truly one-of-a-kind events. Exchange vows in the beautiful Reflection Garden, surrounded by heritage bluestone walls, followed by an unforgettable reception in the original Chapel of the 170-year-old Pentridge.
Chapter Place offers two styles of accommodation for wedding and event guests — Adina Apartment Hotel and The Interlude at Pentridge. The Adina Apartment Hotel is home to an array of spacious studio-style suites as well as stylish one and two-bedroom apartments.
Yes, there are over 300 car parking bays within the precinct of Pentridge, as well as plenty of street parking available around the property off Pentridge Boulevard and Champ Street.
Expect authentic and carefully considered food and wine offerings created by talented in-house chefs and sommeliers.
Yes, menu tastings are held in the North & Common Restaurant at Chapter Place every three months. Tastings cost $80 per person or $160 per couple and include a three-course meal with paired wines and soft drinks. Bookings are essential.
Yes, security is required for events over 100 people (one guard per 100 people) and with the service of alcohol.