Conferences & Seminars

Woodlands provides a professional environment catering for all your special function and seminar requirements…

The Woodland Clubhouse, first built in 1920 was modernised in 2010 to now offer state of the art facilities. Whilst major renovations were made, the club’s original charm and atmosphere were retained. The Clubhouse now boasts a selection of versatile function rooms that can cater to a variety of business seminars or  conferences. Our large conference room to our private Board Room both offer wireless internet access, built in data projector, drop down presentation screen, various table configurations and access to a private outdoor balcony,  ideal for your next private meeting or training seminar.  Our rooms can cater for any size Meeting, Seminar, Conference, Cocktail Party, Buffet or BBQ all hosted in the air conditioned comfort of this traditional yet modern setting, supported by first class service and dining.

Woodland golf club is committed to providing your business with the perfect conference space. Break out sessions might be just what you need to keep your staff engaged throughout the day. We can create a range of offers to suit your day from a group coaching clinic, putting competitions or maybe 6 or 9 holes of golf.

Seminar & Conference Brochure

Foyer

A comfortable space for breakout sessions.

Large Boardroom

A great space for small private events, seminars or Board meetings.

Classroom

Give your participants the best change to engage with your presentation.

Cabaret Setup

Help your participants to engage with each other in a team environment.

Small Boardroom

An intimate space for a private meeting or a meal with a beautiful view of our course.

U-shaped

Allow for interaction with each of your team with this setup.

Terrace Corporate

Let your participants relax or breakout after a session.

All Enquiries

To arrange a personal inspection please contact:

Louise Cooper louise@woodlandsgolf.com.au

Telephone: 61 3 9580 3455

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