Unidus Meeting Rooms

Using a meeting room can be a time-saver for busy teams. It provides a dedicated space to go over the finer points of your project without interfering with productivity in other areas of the office, and it can also be a great way to keep your team engaged by encouraging them to interact informally. Whether you’re looking for a place to hold a brainstorming session or a quick status update, there are plenty of options available to suit your needs.

At the heart of Unidus’ commitment to fostering community spirit lies a belief that collaboration and connections are the keys to success. Whether it’s hosting cultural extravaganzas that celebrate Brisbane’s rich tapestry or business conferences that inspire innovation, the venue transcends the traditional boundaries of function venues to become a hub that pulsates with life.

With state-of-the-art facilities and a focus on delivering an impeccable service, Unidus has become the preferred choice for events that demand sophistication and functionality. The venue’s flexible spaces are adaptable to the unique needs of each event, ensuring a seamless blend of functionality and aesthetics.

Located on Brisbane’s southside, Unidus https://www.unidus.org.au/meeting-rooms/ offers a picturesque function venue with capacity of 1200 people. Featuring a major auditorium, smaller seminar rooms that can be joined together and commercial kitchen to license caterers of your choice, it’s the ideal venue for weddings, functions, seminars, engagements and receptions. The main hall and our smaller seminar rooms are geared up with specialist-grade Audio/Visual tools and are fully air-conditioned to keep your guests comfortable throughout the day.

The Memorial Union was established in 1953 to administer the social, cultural and recreational activities of the University community. Each of the conference rooms was made possible as a gift from generous donors. Bangor Room:* This room was given in memory of citizens and business concerns of Bangor, and is the largest general meeting room. Lown Room:* This room was donated by Philip W. Lown, ’18. This room is used for large conferences and occasionally hosts games tournaments. Drummond Chapel:* This room was donated by Mrs. and Mr. Drummond’s family in memory of their father, Dr. Robert R. Drummond. This room is used for meditation, prayer and small worship services.