The Loft Doltone House Jones Bay Wharf
Jones Bay Wharf
Events are certainly popular at http://jonesbaywharf.com/ ↗, an attractive place for tourist and locals alike with restaurants, wedding and corporate event spaces and prime office accommodation on its historic decking.
Wilson Parking who run the Jones Bay Wharf Car Park ↗ is only 100m from Jones Bay Wharf. Very convenient for those who are attending one of the event spaces, office or restaurants.
The Wharf is home to Cafe Morso, that has 4.3 stars, and Two Fratelli Cafe with 4.2 stars (at the time of writing) both very popular eateries.
The finger wharf is also unique in that it retains in its fabric and configuration, evidence of its links to rail, road and sea transportation. The original build was completed in 1919 and has seen important significant historical events in Australia’s overseas trade. And with a unique construction in its day for the very early use of reinforced concrete for its platform. The Jones Bay Finger Wharf has high cultural significance and worth a few visits.
Jones Bay Wharf corporate event photo examples below.
The Loft Doltone House
The Loft Doltone House Jones Bay Wharf has a large decking area that can accommodate 200 or so people and has views of the Harbour Bridge, city skyline and Darling Harbour. A terrific event venue. A wonderfully restored heritage venue on the finger wharf at the foreshore of west Sydney Harbour.
Doltone House Philosophy is worth repeating “dedication and pride in every event detail and strives for service expectations to be surpassed. The unexpected touches that are noticed by your guests.”
From its past blue collar working class industrial era into a contemporary designer space with old world features.
Adding to the Jones Bay Wharf heritage and charm, Doltone House Soho venue has won many interior design and service awards. Designed by Greg Natale’s New York inspired studio is ideal for meetings and events with those much loved Sydney harbour views.
The Loft Event Venue
StartupAUS – Australia’s national advocacy board for startups host it’s 5 year anniversary dinner to celebrate their annual Crossroads report. The report has become essential in the startup world. It is the only official ‘Australian State of the Nation’ when it comes to the startups.
At the 2018 anniversary gala dinner there were over 200 of influential people from technology, business and startups in Australia including Scott Farquhar (co-founder of Atlassian) and Melanie Perkins (founder of Canva).
Crossroads Report StartupAUS
Event Supplier Details
This event was held on the 5th December 2018 in Pyrmont Sydney Australia ↗ (Map)
Microhire Events Sydney, The Fernery Co, Glow Furniture Hire, Picture That, Charge Spot, Sweet Heavenly Events Hire, 101 degrees, Balloon It and Neon Poodle.
And thank you to the teams at Launch Management Group, Startupaus.org and the Jones Bay Wharf Loft team. Always a pleasure working with people at the forefront of business and technology all blended in a great venue with so much charm and heritage.
Speeches, Event Entertainment
Welcome Speech: Rachel Neumann
Speech: Adrian Turner – CEO of CSIRO’s Data61
Speech: Glenn Wightwick – UTS. Introduction to Airsticks.
Airsticks performance by Alon Ilsar
Speech: Rachel Neumann intro Alex McCauley
Speech: Alex McCauley main presentation
Closing Speech: Rachel Neumann
Photo Gallery – The Loft Doltone House
Highlight Gallery Photos – Jones Bay Wharf Doltone House StartupAUS Event