Random Harvest Conference Venue

Conference venues are plentiful in Johannesburg, but if you're looking for an offering that stands out from the rest, The Random Harvest Conference Venue offers the ideal package and great scenery.

Our affordable meeting room is set in beautiful surrounds, conducive to most forum types – conferences, strategy meetings, training sessions as well as brainstorming sessions.

The conference room seats up to 30 people. Alternately, for even smaller meetings of up 10 people, we dedicate one of our cottages for this purpose extremely effectively.

Conference Venue Packages

Each tailored full or half day conference package includes:

  • Data Projector for hire
  • Flip chart including its stationery
  • Choose your set-up option (horseshoe, cinema or classroom style)
  • Refreshments on arrival
  • Drinking water
  • Professional support personnel, including a Conference host
  • Venues are heated in winter

Please enquire with us for conference package prices to suit your requirements.

Catering:

We have various catering options available (including vegetarian menu options).

Facilities:

  • Open air tea garden
  • Accommodation for up to 19 overnight delegates
  • Guided nature walk on request

We have full, half day and overnight conference package options. 

For more information about our conference venue and packages, please contact us.

 

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