With Events Uncovered 2018 only a stone’s throw away, we thought we’d share some insight into some of this year’s exhibitors and what they’ll be showcasing to the industry.
Falls Creek has appointed Traverse Alpine Group to redevelop its dining venues.
Canberra themed vending machines will be set up in areas of high foot traffic in Sydney and Melbourne between 25 and 31 May 2018.
Fratelli Fresh will open an event space with capacity for 2000 people in Darling Harbour this Friday (25 May).
AV1 recently floated a team member up into the sky for a product launch.
Cupcake ATMs have been a recent craze in the streets of New York, and now they’re coming to Sydney!
Spice Magazine is excited to officially announce its media partnership with the one-day MICE tradeshow that’s dedicated to outbound product.
Bert’s, Merivale’s informal brasserie and bar overlooking Pittwater estuary at The Newport, is now available for private events.
The NSW Government has confirmed its plans to convert the Powerhouse Museum site in Ultimo into a new 1,500-seat theatre designed to house large-scale musicals.
The Sydney Opera House has appointed Trippas White Group to supply food and beverage services to a number of venues from mid-June 2018.
Marriott Executive Apartments confirmed for the new $360 million luxury development on St Kilda Road in Melbourne.
The Sunshine Coast Council has given approval for the development of the Badderam Eco Luxe Resort & Spa in the heart of Buderim.
International Convention Centre Sydney is seeking its first commercial naming partner for its theatre.
Last-minute venue hurdles, two-day travel journeys and 38 degree temperatures have been just some of the challenges in delivering a conference in remote Western Australia.
Say hello to Brisbane’s newest MICE hotel.
Guests and team members at Spicers Retreats Hidden Vale were evacuated over the weekend, following a blaze which broke out in the historical homestead and on-property restaurant Homage.
Crowne Plaza Alice Springs Lasseters completed the final stage of its multi-million dollar refurbishment.
Spice Magazine jets off to the vibrant metropolis that is Ho Chi Minh City to discover the Hotel Des Arts Saigon property and all it can offer meeting planners.
Adelaide Convention Bureau’s annual Destination South Australia showcase, which took place last week, saw business event planners from across the country travel to the region to experience the very best it has to offer for conferences and incentives.
The Business Events Tasmania (BET) board has appointed Marnie Craig to the position of CEO to drive the destination’s share of both domestic and international business.