Meetings

Situated adjacent to the main house, the Billiard House was built in 1862 and was originally used as a library and study by Alfred Buckland. Now, it is the picture-perfect meeting space you have been looking for! 

We can set this space up to seat 50 lecture style or to seat 40 around tables. Alternatively, the quaintness of the building is also great for smaller working groups. 

Located in the midst of our gardens, guests can explore during break times while also being able to view the house as they wish. Using our chairs and tables, the Billiard House is an affordable inner-city location for your next meeting. We can happily arrange tea and coffee for your clients as well.

Get in touch

For more information, call Highwic on (09) 524 5729 or email us on highwicfunctions@heritage.org.nz.

  • Billiard House at Highwic

    Situated next to the main house, the Billiard House was built in 1862. Image: Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga

  • Interior of Highwic's Billiard House

    The Billiard House is a fantastic blank canvas so you can really make it your own.  Image: Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga

  • Morning tea

    You and your clients can enjoy tea and coffee throughout your meeting in the Billiard House.  Image: Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga

  • Council meeting

    Full house - the Billiard House provides ample room for lecture-style setting.  Image: Grant Sheehan

  • Corporate picnic at Highwic

    Our vast lawn space allows your clients to embrace the outdoors during their break. Image: Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga

  • Table set up for meetings

    Working groups are catered for and the Billiard House can seat up to 40 in this style. Image: Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga

Catering at Highwic
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Catering

Highwic works with a small group of caterers who can provide quality service within the constraints of a heritage building. For our recommended caterers and marquee suppliers, please see our wedding page.