North Rotunda

The North Rotunda is an intimate room largely hidden from view adjoining the Cowen and Victoria Galleries. The North Rotunda is home to a changing collection of artworks from the Library’s ‘State Collection’ that sit on each wall of the octagonal venue. Previously known as the Red Rotunda due to its bright walls, the room has undergone refurbishment creating a more contemporary setting that highlights its artwork, parquetry floors and ornate ceiling.

The North Rotunda is suited to intimate dinners or in conjunction with adjacent venues as a pre-

North Rotunda

Key Features;

  • Adjacent to Cowen and Victoria Galleries
  • Victorian grandeur on an intimate scale
  • Features
  • Flexible floor space
  • Significant art from the State Collection
  • Timber parquetry floors