02 8091 3425 / 0425 318 / 202info@embassyevents.com.au / 826 George St (Corner of Regent) Chippendale 2008 near Central Station

About

The commercial establishment

The Bank’s shareholders, and first board of directors, included many of the infant colony’s commercial and administrative establishment: Macquarie’s secretary John Thomas Campbell, D’Arcy Wentworth, and William Redfern were among them. It leased premises in Macquarie Place, Sydney, from Mary Reibey, an ex-convict turned businesswoman, and opened for business on 8 April 1817. By 1822 the bank had moved to more salubrious premises in George Street. In 1892, the Board approved the contruction of a new Bank on George Street.

Embassy Conference Center

The new Bank served for one century before being sold to a Non Profit Organization. Today, part of the building can be rented for events, classrooms, offices and meetings.

Located near Central Station, you can hire rooms in this building for a single event or a long term period.

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