Wildwood Retreat’s meeting, leisure and accommodation facilities bring new meaning to the phrase ‘roughing it’, where simple rustic charms combine with cosy comforts and fine food to ensure this is roughing it at its very best.
From the outside, your meeting room is a rustic barn. Inside you will find a clean, simple space with all your basic equipment requirements. Choose between conference chairs and hay bales – at Wildwood Retreat, we often cater to requests for both!
At morning tea, gather around a campfire for billy tea and damper, or you may prefer refreshments to be delivered to your meeting table.
Sole use packages allow for total seclusion and the undivided attention of the Wildwood staff.
Your meeting package will be designed to cater for your group’s needs. Within the residential package will be a conference room, accommodation and meals including morning and afternoon teas, meeting equipment such as white board, overhead projector, projection screen, flip charts and markers, video and television. Additional equipment is available for a prearranged fee, prior notice is required.
The Conference Barn is an ideal setting for all your meeting requirements. This stand alone venue is set amongst the lush grounds, overlooking Pennyroyal Creek and State Forest.
With its rustic cobblestone floor and barn like feel, the Conference Barn offers a diverse range of settings only limited by your imagination!
The lounge facilities within the main lodge are ideal for smaller informal work sessions and/or breakout groupings, and has the added attraction of an open log fire.
|Barn||10 x 8 m
|Lodge||8 x 5 m
Many corporate guests choose to come back to Wildwood Retreat with friends and family, for special occasions, to enjoy the same sole occupancy, exclusive use options extended to our corporate guests.
Wildwood Retreat is regularly used by a broad range of groups, including family and friends, social clubs, church groups, and groups celebrating special occasions.
The Retreat can be booked on a self-catering option where groups get the retreat exclusively to themselves, use of all kitchen facilities and a BYO licence, which provides them with total independence.