Conferences @ Cope-Williams Winery
Escape the city on your next conference … enjoy the fresh country atmosphere, attentive hospitality and the wide-open spaces of Cope-Williams Winery.
A selection of conference spaces and lounges with all the necessary conference equipment and administrative services available to your group. With twenty rooms, Cope-Williams is specifically geared to smaller conferences and offers sole occupation and exclusive use of all facilities to delegates, including free WIFI throughout the facility and accommodation.
Twenty ground floor rooms arranged around treed courtyards and shielded from extraneous traffic noise by the cricket oval and Conference/Art Gallery complex. Each single occupancy room has WIFI connectivity, television, tea-making and ironing facilities, and is well insulated from neighbouring rooms.
On-site chef Geoffrey Cohen has decades of experience in countless kitchens around Australia and Europe. His menu selections are both imaginative and cater for virtually any dietary requirements. Menus are complemented by the range of premium Cope-Williams sparkling and still wines with ‘museum’ wines readily available from the private cellars.
Our point of difference
This is a truly quiet venue with principal conference room overlooking the Cricket oval. Conference groups regularly take a couple of hours off from a busy schedule to belt the willow around or just clear the head with a stroll around the oval or adjacent vineyards. The rarely used, if curious, Real Tennis Court has been converted into an impressive Art Gallery specializing in Australian Indigenous Art and Asia Pacific sculpture and ephemera.
The Mezzanine and Main Wall gallery house further astounding collections and artwork from Macedon Ranges Artists adorn the conference rooms. Around the residence are extensive gardens in the English style that conference delegates are welcome to explore.
Romsey, in the foothills of the Macedon Ranges, is just 30 minutes north of Melbourne Airport with easy access from the CBD via the Tullamarine Freeway.