Built in 2002, The Boulevard Centre is a boutique venue owned and operated by the Town of Cambridge. Since its opening, the centre has grown to become a fully staffed and serviced function centre, open seven days a week, with resident and regular hirers.
The centre’s flexible nature allows event planners the choice to elect a caterer from
the centre’s list of recommended professionals, or bring their own food and alcohol – a preferred choice for functions on a budget.
Its modern, functional facilities and neutral palette allow clients to make the event truly their own, whether it is a wedding, quiz night, high-end corporate conference, professional development course, board meeting, product launch or engagement party.
Five function spaces are available, each fully equipped with the latest audiovisual equipment, a data projector, dancefloor, specialty lighting, separate tea and coffee station, free high-capacity wi-fi, and in-house technical support. Ceiling silks can be requested for special occasions, with a water light effect.
The Boulevard Centre also offers discounts to government and not-for-profit organisations.
Where | Nestled in the western suburbs, 5km from the CBD and 4km from City Beach, with a Transperth Bus Service conveniently located at the front door. As part of the Floreat Forum complex, the venue is also close to a wide variety of cafes, hotels and shops, and Cambridge Library.
Numbers | The venue’s five function spaces can accommodate various configurations, from workshop and theatre to seated and cocktail functions; up to 260 guests for theatre, 180 seated, with a total venue capacity of 400.
Food | Six preferred caterers of the highest standard provide a range of menus from full breakfasts, conference-style morning tea, lunch and afternoon teas to sundowner cocktail canapes, buffets and multi-course sit-down meals. There are also BYO options for the budget-conscious.
Drink | The venue provides in-house fresh plunger coffee, along with a selection of herbal teas served at nominated times. Some caterers can supply and serve alcohol, otherwise there is flexibility to bring your own beverages to be served by in-house staff.