About Curzon Hall

Curzon Hall

Curzon Hall is one of four prestigious Sydney venues operated by the highly regarded Navarra Group.

This heritage listed sandstone mansion was built in 1899 by Harry Curzon Smith as a present to his wife, Isabella. The building was later home to the Vincentian Fathers in 1922 and in 1983 was sold and converted to a function centre.

Purchased by the Navarra family in 2005, Curzon Hall now shares a rich 40-plus year heritage in the event industry, a milestone that serves as a testament to our success in delivering experiences of the highest standard, time and time again.

The Navarra’s actively sought to maintain the early 19th Century character and charm of Curzon Hall by keeping its original elements intact. Features such as the Victorian Italianate style colonnades and semi-circular arches, the sandstone parapets, the 100-year-old hand-cut stone flanking the ornate entry halls, the majestic detailed cathedral ceilings and marble fireplaces imbue the castle with old world romance that is sure to captivate your guests.

The property boasts a range of opulently appointed ballrooms both within the original sandstone building but also encompassing the modern addition of Lady Mary’s Pavilion; a multi-million dollar establishment brimming with sophistication and charm.

The seven pillar-less ballrooms can accommodate between 30 – 450 seated guests and include a range of stunning features; wrap around terraces, garden views, sweeping staircases, ornate chandeliers and polished parquetry dance floors.

Surrounding the castle are three enchanting gardens featuring professional landscaping and water features – the ideal locations for romantic garden functions.

The significant beauty of Curzon Hall combined with superior service makes it one of Sydney’s finest venues.