Building on the recent unveiling of its a $176 million expansion, the Cairns Convention Centre will be offering virtual reality (VR) flythrough tours of its new facilities at IMEX Las Vegas on stand E1204, this week (17-19 October).
Cairns Convention Centre lifts the curtain on its new expansion, revealing a new standard for international and domestic conferences and events. The Queensland Government in Australia has invested $176 million in the refurbishment and expansion of the city’s international convention centre.
With its accessible infrastructure, attentive staff and dedication to making events enjoyable for all, GCCEC invites all visitors to take part in world-class experiences. The Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre (GCCEC) is a shining example of a modern, inclusive, and accessible venue that caters to the diverse needs of all attendees.
The Cairns Convention Centre is getting ready to open its $176 million expansion, cementing Tropical North Queensland as a premiere business destination. Janet Hamilton, General Manager at Cairns Convention Centre, says the expansion adds a rooftop banquet area, outdoor terrace, three flexible meeting rooms, an exhibition and plenary space in the 10,500sqm of new floor space now available. This gives Cairns Convention Centre the ability to host multiple or larger events, with conventions and exhibitions of up to 2,500 guests now able to be accommodated in the entire venue.
In line with the Anti-Discrimination and Human Rights Legislation Amendment (Respect at Work) Bill 2022, ICC Sydney encourages behaviour and communication that is respectful with every interaction at the venue.
A major milestone in the lead up to opening of Tākina was celebrated this week with Wellington City Council receiving the keys to its new convention centre. The venue will officially open end of May, with the test events taking place earlier in May.
PCEC is pleased to announce Kendra Naidoo, former Director of Corporate and Events Services, as the new General Manager Venue Operations
Gold Coast Australia 16 November 2022 The Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre (GCCEC) has relaunched its grant program following a two-year hiatus. The Linkage Grant Program helps promote the Gold Coast as a destination for international business events by providing grants of up to $8,000 to support attendance at international conferences.