Want to skip the wait at The Boardroom?

Post date:




The weather is heating up and the days are getting longer, which means Summer is on its way! That’s one of our favourite times of year, but it’s also one of the times in the year when we’re the busiest. With work end-of-year parties and the Spring Racing Carnival just around the corner, we find that a lot of our members and regular clients make time to visit us – so for those who would like to make sure their favourite lady is available to see them when they visit, we recommend making a booking in advance!

If you know you’d like to visit us at a particular time on a particular day, simply give us a call on 03 9699 1711 and speak to our award-winning reception team. They’ll make a booking with the lady you’d like to see so you know that when you arrive, she’ll be ready and waiting to take you upstairs to one of our suites. Booking in advance doesn’t just help you: it also helps our ladies get ready to see you, and respond to any special requests you may have, like wearing a particular outfit.

It doesn’t cost any extra to book in advance, but it will mean that you have a suite – and a lady – ready and waiting for you to arrive. If you’re particularly busy at this time of year, like many of us are, it can be a real help if you’re on your break at work or heading off to a night out afterwards! While we’re always more than happy to receive spontaneous visitors, consider it our tip to you: call ahead, make an appointment, and you’ll be upstairs in the arms of a gorgeous Boardroom lady before you know it!


The following provides guidance in regard to management of COVID-19 risk.  This guide is supplementary to existing obligations of brothels and escort-agencies under...

Escort Services Resuming Soon

The Victorian DHHS have updated their Website to allow Escort Only Services to operate again. We are considering commencing the operations of...

Global CONDOM shortage looming after factories shut due to coronavirus

Serious implications for the whole industry. Article by Amelia Wynne for the Mailonline and Reuters. VIEW THE ARTICLE