The Rev. Alf Clint Boardroom is our most popular option, as it is the heart of Tranby. Many historic meetings have been held in this room, and our history is now told on its walls.
William Alfred Clint (Alf Clint) was the founder of Co-operatives around Australia and an example of equality and inclusion for all Indigenous peoples and the working classes. He strongly advocated for Aboriginal rights and is the person to whom Tranby owes its purpose and creation. In 1958 he founded Tranby Co-operative College, a centre for training Aborigines to run their own co-operatives. As his legacy, we named our main boardroom in his honour, and Tranby still operates to this day in his memory.
The Rev. Alf Clint Boardroom has an area of 337.5 ft (sq) and holds an amazing carved wooden board table with capacity for 16 people seated. This magnificent artwork was burned into the wood by one of our very own talented students. Read more about this artwork.
Surrounded by beautiful Aboriginal artistic sculptures and historic photos, you will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in a little bit of culture and history. The room comes equipped with a white board, external and internal entrances, and natural light.
Enjoy Tranby’s beautiful campus, just minutes from the city, with access to a fully equipped kitchen and relaxing dining room and gardens, just on the other side of the boardroom door.
This room can also be used for exhibitions of artworks.