In October of last year, HQ Complex got a brand new home. It joined the ranks of clubs on Hindley St and is now a new addition to the development of the West End. As reminded at the opening on Tuesday, “we all know, without a doubt, that HQ is the most notable club in Adelaide.” It also seems to be constantly growing.
The newest addition? Function Rooms.
The Hindley, HQ Complex’s new home, has just opened five new Functions rooms.
These spaces are quite different, each serving their own function and easily enviable for a number events. The Booths, located in the main dining area of the Hindley, each showcasing a funky explosion of colour in the form of murals. The upstairs space gave way to a balcony that overlooked the HQ dance-floor but still remained classy for a sit-down dinner and rustic decorations.
The Main Room, designed for large-scale events with the inclusion of the dance-floor and state of the art light and sound facilities, gives a new use to the notable HQ. There’s even a space for those corporate summer drinks and BBQs with a balcony overlooking Hindley St. Capacity wise, the Function spaces can fit between 80 to 1000 people.
If you’re looking for a space in the CBD for your next 21st, work event, or hens night, be sure to check out The Hindley.
For more information on HQ Complex and functions at The Hindley, visit their website.
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