Lagoons Cafe and Gallery

Mackay, Mackay Area

The Lagoons Gallery is a large premier space for your next dinner presentation, reception or cocktail function with capacity for 40 round table or cocktail style for over 100. A large glass feature wall looks into the rainforest Eungella Cloud Garden and offers glimpses of the Lagoons and surrounding Gardens. Art exhibitions, displayed regularly on the Lagoons Gallery walls and in two showcases, add a colourful and exciting backdrop to your function.

The Lagoon Deck is a striking covered venue directly adjacent to the gallery for outdoor functions with an amazing views of the Botanic Gardens. The lagoon deck is suitable for round table seating for 70 or stand-up cocktail style functions for 300+.

Operated by Clifford Stocks, Lagoons Café offers you a unique and high profile location. Lagoons Cafe can offer you expert knowledge to create a unique themed night that your guests will remember.

Bookings are recommended. Catering for coaches and large group bookings can also be made upon request.

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