“This will be the prime centre for major events in Western Australia simply because of the beauty of Kings Park and the spectacular backdrop of Perth.”
– West Australian Premier
“Simple, clean and produce-driven cuisine is our cornerstone”
– Chef Chris Taylor
“Fraser’s is the one restaurant I always take my overseas and interstate guests to, as I know they will enjoy a great dining experience in one of Perth’s premier locations”
– Carlene Walker, Blake Dawson
“Everything was simply perfect. The food, the staff, the venue set up… Flawless.
Thank you for everything!
– Megan Powis, Fraser’s Bride
We understand how important it is to you that your wedding, or any celebration, be the perfect day.
No matter the style of wedding – a black tie dinner for 400 guests or a relaxed informal luncheon for 20 – Fraser’s has a number of versatile spaces to accommodate your individual requirements. With our State Reception Centre overlooking Kings Park, the CBD and the Swan River we can even cater for a cocktail event as large as 700.
Our award-winning team will assist with personalised advice and work with you to understand what you require for your special day. You’re welcome to source your own suppliers to assist with your planning or we can suggest companies who we’ve worked with us for many years.
Please send us an online enquiry for information about costs and availability on your preferred date(s) or contact:
Wedding & Family Events Coordinator
(08) 9482 0160
email@example.com (To better assist us with answering your enquiry, please advise of your contact phone number, preferred dates/ times, and approximate numbers for your Reception/Event when emailing)
Planning a wedding and would like to view the venue?
Viewings are available during the week by appointment only but on the weekend we invite you to visit us and wander through our event spaces, imagining the set up for your unique wedding.
Open Saturdays 2pm-4pm, no appointment necessary
We look forward to discussing your dream wedding.
Please note, open viewings will not take place on WA Day long weekend (4 June 2016)