Spaces for hire at Shaw Davey Slum
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Reviews and ratings
(11 reviews and ratings – )
Had the whole second floor to ourselves, funky decor and great staff. The drinks were tasty, food even better.
Had an issue with the music and not being able to use my playlist (conflicts with YouTube music app) had to sort out different music
Unreal service and help with organising the party. Very accommodating and great facilities!
The venue has a great vibe - decor is amazing and the garden roof top which has sliding roof is fantastic. Food was a hit - most raved about it. Value for money - All in all the night was epic and a major success.
Food was great, the space is fresh and fun. The service was great the entire day we were looked after so well. Cannot recommended this place highly enough. Thank you Daniel and the team
Not a lot of negatives from us.
About Shaw Davey Slum
The name is based around a poverty report written in 1958 by two commissioners named Shaw and Davey about Carlton and the surrounding areas. Known as the windscreen survey (because they didn’t get out of their cars), the report recommended demolishing large areas of Carlton, known as the “slums”. The name is an oxymoron and a celebration of Carlton’s diverse history during a great era of Australian culture