Business Stories

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

Without fail, every Monday from November 1970 until June 2014 Doltone House Sylvania Waters played host to a weekly tradition – the Miranda Rotary Club meeting. Former president of the Rotary Club of Miranda and Rotary District Governor (Sydney), Philip Whyte, hardly missed a week. “Us members became a part of the Doltone family,

Love by Association

In 2016, Arinex was challenged to find a venue which suited the needs of their client and was cost effective for an association with a limited budget. “We approached Doltone House, who were flexible and competitive in their pricing.” Held at Jones Bay Wharf, 150 people attending the biennial ACWA

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 of two new ventilators. Having experienced firsthand the important work The Grace Centre does, Eleni was determined to give back and

Young Achievers taken to new heights

The Seven News Young Achiever Awards acknowledges, encourages and promotes the positive achievements of all young people, so for event organiser Katrina Gallo it was important to find a venue that reflected the ideals of the event. After organising the awards for five years, Katrina selected Doltone House Darling Island

Vibrant Frog jumping for joy with Doltone House

Adelaide, an Operations Rock Star at Vibrant Frog an implementation specialist, was tasked with producing a spectacular event for her client. Adelaide chose Doltone House Jones Bay Wharf and was delighted with the result. She said, “our event at Doltone House Jones Bay Wharf remains our favourite… ever.” As event industry

Laugh Your Head Off for a good cause

After her own experiences with cancer, Martha wanted to do something to give back or ‘pay it forward’, so the ‘Laugh Your Head Off’ Fundraiser for Brain Cancer was held, to raise seed money for ongoing patient support and care. Faced with a large and overwhelming task, Martha, inexperienced in organising