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About Hackle Brooke – conference venue

Hackle Brooke: designed with both luxury and superlative service delivery in mind (link to photo gallery)
  • Easy to find, next to major road arteries to other business centres and airport
  • Close to Sandton business district and the city’s best hotels
  • Close to restaurants, shopping malls, art galleries
  • Secure parking
  • Generator backup
  • Wifi internet access
  • Assisted registration facilities
  • Informal breakaway areas

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About us

Hackle Brooke has been gracing the corner of Conrad Drive and Jan Smuts Avenue since 2004. In 2009 our face changed from gracious red brick to modern and gleaming white. We got bigger, even more state of the art than we already were, and became more versatile. We are tops as a formal conference venue for huge numbers and as an informal meeting place for small numbers of colleagues and friends.

At Hackle Brooke we’re all about versatility and equilibrium. If you take a look at our generous, smartly equipped conference rooms and our intimate time-out nooks for coffee and drinks, you’ll get the picture.

At Hackle Brooke the vast range of big-role industry players in the subcontinent’s economy get together, take decisions and — after a hard day at the boardroom table — enjoy some well-deserved R&R. All at one venue.

Our ethos is about sustenance, support and style. We make work a pleasure for you.

Where we are

No one is more aware than us that time is money. And in the city, everything takes time — especially getting from A to B.

For this reason, Hackle Brooke is accessible, easy to find and within a short travel distance of the Sandton business district and the city’s best hotels. It is also right next to the major road arteries to (and from) other business centres and the airport.

From here, everything is close: restaurants, shopping malls, art galleries, car dealerships and the best biltong east of the Lowveld… everything you would not possibly have time for if our location was less than ideal.

What we do for you

Hackle Brooke is a magic place where everything is done for you. We know that you come here to work, and we think your work is important.

That is what your time is for.

Our time is for making sure that wireless internet, secure parking, assisted registration facilities, informal breakaway areas, breakfast, lunch, snacks, ice cold water, drinks, tea and coffee, in any form you can imagine or desire (and then some), are simply MORE things you never have to think about. These things are included in the various packages we have designed to make conferencing fit your schedule and your budget.

The new Hackle Brooke has more of everything you need. More space, more rooms… rooms with screens, centralised air-conditioning, adjustable lighting and where possible, recessed floor power points. In addition to the ten conference rooms, the main events room can be divided by a retractable acoustics wall, giving us twelve rooms in total.

From a gastronomic point of view, our kitchen will make sure that the fare for the day is mouth-watering and remembered with pleasure. Whatever your dietary requirements, we can do local, exotic, luscious or low GI… we think of food as more than fuel — we created menus and an eating plan specifically to make your experience with us a wonderful one.

Hackle Brooke’s in-house Café takes care of all caffeine (and decaf) requirements: coffee after lunch, a double espresso on the run or a foamy cappuccino to smooth over the afternoon session.

Computer training

Hackle Brooke now has added a dedicated computer training facility – for only R365 per delegate per day. The fully installed computer room is supported by GO RENTALS- external link

Computer training brochure (111KB)

Time out

And when the work is done, and you are not quite ready to slip into the peak-hour traffic home, you can put your feet up on the terrace and make off-the-record conversation over sundowners and snacks.

Once you feel that your day can start AND end with us, our mission would be complete.

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