Coastal functions with a view

OVERLOOKING the golden shores of the Capricorn Coast, the iconic Strand Hotel is one of the Capricorn Coast's popular destinations for special functions.

From small intimate dinner settings to extravagant large-scale corporate events, weddings, birthday celebrations of every decade or laid back get togethers, event organising is their specialty.

The Strand features two function spaces including their beautiful ocean view room and balcony located on the first level of the building.

This area boasts panoramic views of the Keppels and state of the art lighting and audio, visual amenities.

The Ocean Room can comfortably cater 110 (seated) guests or up to 200 guests in a cocktail setting.

Their brand new Marquee, located at ground level, lends itself to special events on a grand scale.

Whether it be high profile, live entertainment events, large community based fundraisers and celebrations or mass corporate functions, the marquee provides an all-weather, fully staffed space which comfortably accommodates 200 (seated) guests and up to 400 cocktail setting.

Best of all, functions manager Terese Cauchi and her team can tailor make a special occasion to suit your ,style and budget, including menu design, theming, entertainment, lighting requests, & special effects.

Their event planner is there every step of the way, from the initial enquiry through the consultation process, the planning stages and on the actual night to ensure the event meets the expectations of the client on every level.

For more information email functions@thestrandyeppoon.com.au



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