About Us


When 19-year-old Biaggio Signorelli stepped onto a Pyrmont Wharf in 1954 from Italy, he couldn’t have dreamed that he would leave his children and grandchildren an incredible Sydney hospitality legacy.

Tragically, in May 2008, Biaggio passed away due to an asbestos-related cancer, Mesothelioma.

The iconic bronze statue in front of our Darling Island venue, “Life From a Suitcase” is a tribute to his story.



A family-owned and operated company dedicated to our clients. Whether you’re seeking a simple or dramatic space we have the expertise.

A passion for creating unforgettable experiences lies behind everything we do. We’re proud to offer all our clients not only the technical elements you’d expect from a market leader, but also a sense of welcome and warmth that makes every interaction a pleasure, we go the extra mile – The Doltone Difference.


Our philosophy is simple – dedication and pride in every event detail and strive for service expectations to be surpassed. The unexpected touches that are noticed by your guests.

Our staff are ambassadors in their field and completely focused on delivering exceptional standards.

It’s our business, we truly care and so do our staff, carefully chosen to deliver with Doltone values.


Biaggio Signorelli, founder of Doltone House Group, was an extraordinary man. His world changed when he was diagnosed with Mesothelioma and died in May 2008.

The beginning of his family’s determination to fulfill Biaggio’s dying wish was with the commencement of a foundation devoted to finding early detection, treatment, care and ultimately a cure for Mesothelioma (Asbestos Cancer). Significant fundraising has been accomplished for the cause to date.


As a multi award winning hospitality business, decades of experience are accessible and a philosophy of ‘anything is possible” comes from our Owners. A broad range of hospitality competencies, our consulting team are available to provide you invaluable industry expertise.
· Business Optimisation
· Concept Development
· Master Planning
· Food and Beverage Operations
· Service Concepts

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Doltone House donates excess from events to Ozharvest. OzHarvest is a non-denominational charity that rescues excess food which would otherwise be discarded.


Doltone House recognises the importance of environmental sustainability and is committed to the ongoing reduction of the organisation’s carbon footprint. Download our Policy on how you can help reduce your carbon imprint at your next event.