Luna Park announced today that we will be investing $30 million to upgrade one of Australia’s best known and most loved destinations. This investment will turn Luna Park into a world-class amusement park, fit for the 21st century, replacing some older rides with nine new, family-friendly rides and attractions.
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EventsAIR wins Best Event Management Platform in Event Technology Awards 2020 ETA recognizes the best in event technology LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM – 09 November 2020 –– The EventsAIR 6th Generation Event Management Platform won Best Event Management Platform at the 2020 Event Technology Awards (ETA). ETA recognizes the best in event technology. Trevor Gardiner, CEO of EventsAIR, says the award…
The EventsAIR 6th Generation Event Management Platform won Best Technical Achievement or Innovation at the 2020 Australian Event Awards for its work on 2019/2020 Congresses and Events. The Australian Event Awards and Symposium fosters continued excellence, innovation and unity in the industry.
With one in three of us now attending more than 10 virtual events a month according to the 2020 Redback Report, it’s not surprising that some of us are experiencing a bit of event fatigue.
Here are a few tips to help your audience to avoid virtual event fatigue and stay engaged for longer.
ONE in three of us now attend more than 10 virtual events a month, according to a new study that indicates the sharp growth in online events sparked by the need to work and meet remotely could become permanent.
More than half (51%) of the respondents to the Australian study 1 expect to attend even more virtual events this time next year, while four in five say virtual events can be “as good as or better than their physical event counterparts”.
In this edition we take you to Taranaki, Palmerston North and Whanganui.
We also take a look at some Venues with a Difference, have a regional update from Auckland and report on a famil to Queenstown.
There’s our regular people on the move, social scene and industry update columns too.
You can rest assured that every aspect of planning and executing an event during these unprecedented times has been carefully tailored to meet and exceed approved social distancing and strict infectious control guidelines at SMC.
Experience first hand how our virtual & hybrid event solutions can be customised depending on budget, what level of support you require, what you are streaming and to whom you are communicating.
Sydney’s iconic home of fun, Luna Park, will re-open its smile from Friday 3 July, 2020 for the first time in 15 weeks after it ceased operations temporarily in line with the Federal and State Governments response to COVID-19.
Luna Park tickets will be available to purchase at LunaParkSydney.com for a flat rate of $50 per guest. Enjoy rides on the Ferris Wheel, Dodgem Cars and Volare as tickets will allow guests access to Unlimited Rides for a specific date and time, include a $10 food and beverage voucher plus 1 side show game*.
Every guest must have a ticket to enter Luna Park during this period.
The Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre (GCCEC) is offering support to community organisations and educational institutions as the impact of COVID-19 leads to a spike in demand for services. Forced to temporarily close its doors due to legislation that limits gatherings and imposes social distancing, GCCEC has formed a Community Team tasked with leading initiatives to provide much-needed support.