Meeting rooms in Darwin

Choose from over 5 locations in Darwin.

Find a professional meeting room in Darwin with Regus

Book a conference room by the hour for events and conventions, or utilise as a training room for your staff. All of our meeting spaces give you access to videoconferencing facilities, allowing the entire team to call in, while our event space can be tailored to your layout requirements for product launches or press days.

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Integrated into the wider region via major freeways, rail stations and bus routes, Perth CBD is the commercial hub of the city.

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Historically a residential district for the city’s most affluent members, West Perth is a highly developed suburb close to the CBD.

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A central suburb of Brisbane, Spring Hill is well-integrated into the wider region and boasts effortless access into the city CBD.

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The centre for all travel links across the city, Brisbane CBD is home to a plethora of cultural, academic and commercial institutions.

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About meeting rooms in Darwin

Our expert team appreciates that there is much more to meeting room hire in Darwin than simply providing usable space at cost-effective hourly rates. This is why we offer you a diverse range of associated services and facilities with your meeting room, conference room or boardroom rental. These include custom furniture arrangements, catering and essential media aids, such as whiteboards and projection equipment, which means that everything you need in an event venue will be in place when you arrive. This makes perfect sense for you because you further benefit from only paying for the time that you use our facilities. Meanwhile, we take care of every aspect of management, including the standard provision of our high-speed Internet.

Home to companies such as Deloitte, KPMG and Singtel, Darwin is also the state capital of Australia’s Northern Territory. Located close to East Timor and Indonesia, this city of some 150,000 people also benefits from its own international airport and a deepwater port. Enjoying the ease of access to many of the other major commercial hubs, including Adelaide, Perth, Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra, it is a major tourism zone in its own right. Occupying such as strategic location, it comes as no surprise that both the Royal Australian Air Force and the US military have chosen to establish a presence here. Along with the estimated AUD$1.5 billion generated by tourism, these organisations further provide a massive boost to the economy.

What’s available

Interview rooms

Interview rooms

Meet with prospective candidates with no limits on the number of guests you can bring.

Boardrooms

Boardrooms

Large boardrooms with space for 8-12 people. Outfitted with premium furniture.

Training room

Training room

Set the space up to run training events for your company; catering is available.

Conference rooms

Conference rooms

Our larger meeting rooms are perfect for holding small events and conferences.

Team rooms

Team rooms

Use a team room as a base for contractor staff or other employees working on short-term projects