Ambrosia Hall Conference & Wedding Venue in Midrand

Ambrosia Hall

Conference and Wedding Venue at 97 Allan Road, Glen Austin, Midrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. Show on Map

About Ambrosia Hall

Ambrosia Hall is set in a 2.57 hectare oasis of established indigenous gardens in the heart of Midrand, Gauteng, South Africa. It is here that you can relax, work or get married and be sure all your dreams come true! Our mission is to leave you with fond memories and absolute satisfaction.

Ambrosia Hall caters for corporate as well as private functions, tailor making menus to suit the occasion and your requirements. We are able to provide a full wedding planning service.


• A private, tranquil country setting on tarred roads
• Ample, secure and well lit parking
• Highly competitive prices
• Taylor-made menus to suite the occasion and budget
• Many reputable guest houses and hotels nearby for out of town guests or for those who simply do not want to drive home. Off-site honeymoon suit available 2 minutes away!


Each bride wishes her wedding day to be unique, and therefore we only cater for one wedding at a time, allocating the entire day to your special needs.

Our wedding packages include
• Fruit Cocktails on Arrival
• Silver Cake Knife
• Complimentary Glass of Champagne to Toast The Bridal Couple
• All Relevant Crockery, Cutlery and Glassware
• White Tablecloths and Serviettes
• Honeymoon Suite
• Chapel Draping and Red Carpet - Optional Extra

Wedding Ceremonies can be conducted in the garden gazebo or Ambrosia Chapel with the officiant of your choice. The attractive gardens with water features and a Koi pond are a delightful backdrop for the bridal photo shoot. Our three course wedding menus are tailor-made to meet your desires as well as your budget.

Function Seating Capacities: Click to view.


The Oak Room and Acorn Room are air-conditioned to combat the summer heat and the winter chill, for all year comfort. With the delightful garden surroundings and ample outdoor seating, our delegates can unwind away from the normal hustle and bustle of their working environment.

The Boma Room is popular for the less formal meetings, whereby delegates can enjoy a lunchtime braai or a bit of teambuilding by way of preparing their own special potjiekos with ingredients supplied from the main kitchen.

Our daily conference rates include:
• Mineral Water, Juices & Mints
• Early Morning Refreshments
• Mid Morning Sandwiches & Cakes
• A Substantial Buffet Lunch
• Afternoon Tea, Coffee & Biscuits

Our conference rooms are equipped with overhead projector, screen, flipchart and whiteboard as standard equipment. TV’s, VCR’s, Video Conferencing and Data Projectors can be organised for an additional fee.

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  • Air-conditioning
  • Audio-visual equipment
  • Bar
  • Breakaway area(s)
  • Chapel
  • Decorating
  • Gazebo
  • Parking
  • Standard conf. equipment


  • Free Wi-Fi

Price Range
Available on request

Contact: Teresa Slade

Tel: +27 (0)11 314-1651
Fax: +27 (0)11 314-0029
Mobile: +27 (0)82 890-1981

Physical Address:
Ambrosia Hall, 97 Allan Road, Glen Austin, Midrand, Johannesburg, South Africa

Quick Facts

GPS location
Latitude: -25.971449999333334
Longitude: 28.151833

Children policy
Children of all ages are welcome.

Listed on
June 2007 - 2 Reviews

Travellers' Reviews

great venue for any function. had a 65th birthday party. exceptional service all round. definitely 5 star venue and...

jenni zwane, johannesburf Travellers' Rating


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