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Read the stories of those who have held a business event or a party at Doltone House venues, as we celebrate 50 golden years of Doltone House.

Doltone House, the good luck charm

From November 1970 until their club folded in June 2014, the Rotary Club of Miranda met every week at Doltone House Sylvania Waters: “Members became a part of the Doltone family,” said former club president Phillip Whyte. The Rotary Wheel still has pride of place at Sylvania Waters and remains the Doltone House good luck charm.

Love by Association

Doltone House caters for events of all sizes, from small meetings to large gala dinners and conferences. Arinex needed a venue that met the needs of and excited their Association client, they were very impressed with Doltone House saying; their “flexibility in providing a venue despite other business commitments was great. Good food and friendly helpful staff onsite.”

Christmas in July for Tiny Miracles

In 2016, Eleni and her husband Mario, set out to raise money for The Grace Centre for Newborn Care at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead, to fund the purchase two new ventilators, at their Tiny Miracles Gala Dinner. Over 400 people attended the dinner which included a silent auction with prizes donated by generous local businesses. The event was a huge success and raised over $145,000.

Young Achievers taken to new heights

Experienced event organiser, Katrina Gallo who has organised the Seven News Young Achiever Awards for five years, said that Doltone House Darling Island venue has “probably been the best venue I have dealt with in my five years doing these awards.” “The whole night was great; a beautiful venue, great food, wonderful atmosphere and very professional wait staff.”

Vibrant Frog jumping for joy with Doltone House

As an Operations Rock Star at Vibrant Frog, Adelaide coordinates events on behalf of her clients. She chose Doltone House Jones Bay Wharf as the venue for one of their largest clients and said that her experience at Doltone House, “remains our favourite event… ever.”

Laugh Your Head Off for a good cause

When organising a fundraising gala with samba dancers in feathered costumes and headdresses, two comedians and world-renowned speed painter Brad Blaze, Martha turned to Doltone House Hyde Park to ensure the event was a success. “Doltone House Hyde Park was the perfect location and venue to attract guests and to host this night of paying it forward.”