Tranby Rev. Alf Clint Boardroom


    If you want a truly memorable place for your next meeting, special event or exhibition, the historic Rev. Alf Clint Boardroom is the place for you. Immerse yourself in culture and history, surrounded by beautiful Aboriginal artistic sculptures and historic photos in this over 140 year old building.

    This boardroom is part of Tranby, Australia’s oldest not-for-profit independent Indigenous education provider. Tranby has been a pioneer in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adult education, training, and social action for decades. William Alfred Clint (Alf Clint) strongly advocated for Aboriginal rights and inclusion for all Indigenous peoples. In 1958, he founded Tranby Co-operative College, a centre for training Aborigines to run their own co-operatives.

    Far from the hustle and bustle of the CBD, Tranby is only minutes away from the city with access by Light Rail and buses. There is some limited on-street parking. We can recommend external caterers, or take a five minute stroll to the fun cafes on Glebe Point Road.

    With an area of 31.3 m2, this boardroom has an amazing carved wooden board table with capacity for 16 people seated. You’ll enjoy the natural light and high ceilings, and access to our lovely verandas and gardens. There’s free coffee and tea, free WiFi internet and a range of IT services available, including a data projector and screen.


    Parking Notes

    Ample on street parking.

    This space is suitable for Meetings


    • Floor Dimensions 31.30 meters sq.
    • Ceiling Height High (3m - 4m)
    • Max. Capacity 16


    For audience
    • Accessible toilet

    • Entrance ramps

    • Public transport

    • Suitable emergency exits

    • Suitable lighting

    • Wheelchair accessible