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What makes Melbourne great for conferences?

Melbourne is an inspiring meeting place, globally recognised as a safe, welcoming and exciting host city. Where world-leading conference infrastructure and venues make delivering business events simple and easy.

 

Explore some the conference venues we work with in Melbourne.

Rydges Melbourne

Rydges Melbourne is located next to Melbourne’s popular theatre precinct, Chinatown and close to Collins Street and Bourke Street Mall shopping and the city’s gardens and parklands. This 363 room, 4 ½ star hotel has onsite undercover parking and boasts a bar, two restaurants, Lounge and outdoor rooftop…

Pullman & Mercure Melbourne Albert Park

Pullman & Mercure Melbourne Albert Park overlooks picturesque Albert Park, but for one week of the year, the view is transformed into one of the world's most exciting Formula 1 racing circuits. On the fringe of the city and close to St Kilda, Chapel Street and Port Melbourne Pullman Albert Park is within…

Langham Hotel Melbourne

Langham Hotel Melbourne is a five-star hotel, located at the Southgate Arts and Leisure precinct on the banks of the Yarra River, within a five-minute walk of the CBD, Vic Arts Centre and Crown Entertainment complex and the many restaurants of Southbank. Directly over the river from Flinders Street…

Crown Melbourne

Crown Melbourne combines the accommodation, meeting and function space of the 3 hotels; Crown Towers, Crown Metropol and Crown Promenade within the complex offering approx. 1,600 guest rooms ranging from six-star luxury to premium five-star and quality four-star accommodation.  Guests will enjoy well-appointed…

Grand Hyatt Melbourne

Located in the heart of the city, the Grand Hyatt Melbourne is close to parks, entertainment, and shopping and leisure precincts.  Upper and lower lobbies, the signature restaurant Collins Kitchen, the RU-CO bar as well as the Lobby Lounge and Bistro provide a variety of dining options. The Grand Hyatt…

Pan Pacific Melbourne

Pan Pacific Melbourne, a 5-star hotel strategically located with an internal direct walkway to the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.  The hotel is within easy walking distance of many of Melbourne’s best restaurants and bars as well as offering a choice of two on-site dining outlets.  Close…

Melbourne Surrounds - Aitken Hill

Aitken Hill is situated 30 minutes northeast of the CBD and 10 minutes from the airport. Located on 170 acres, the purpose-built venue is now in private ownership and offers state of the art conferencing facilities. There is plenty of onsite complimentary parking. Onsite recreational activities include…

Melbourne Surrounds - Mansion Hotel & Spa at Werribee Park

The Mansion Hotel & Spa is conveniently located 30 minutes from Melbourne CBD and 40 minutes from Melbourne Airport, in the heart of picturesque Werribee Park.  The hotel has onsite the Shadowfax Winery, offering wine tasting to groups and cellar door sales. On-site recreational activities include 6…

Melbourne Surrounds - The CountryPlace

Located 40 minutes from the CBD in Kalorama in the Dandenong Ranges, the CountryPlace is a dedicated conference venue with a range of conference rooms, all offering natural light and ergonomic chairs. Set in fifteen acres of natural forest, the venue offers the perfect environment for delegates to the…

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Conference Tips - Planning

Conference Tips - Planning

So you've been asked to organise a conference. It might be your first time or maybe you’ve done it many times before but the reality is, you want it to be a success without creating too much stress. Conference planning involves: Goal setting Venue selection Budgeting Conference management Financial…

Conference Tips - Meeting Specifications or a Request for Proposal (RFP)

Conference Tips - Meeting Specifications or a Request for Proposal (RFP)

Documenting your conference specifications is important because it forces you to think about the resources your group needs to meet the conference objectives. In the long run, it will save you time as having your requirements down on paper will come in handy when you’re dealing directly with a venue…

Conference Tips - Assistance

Conference Tips - Assistance

If all this sounds like an overwhelming responsibility, that’s because it is. Tens, or sometimes hundreds, of thousands of dollars are spent on a conference. Making the event a success reflects well on the organiser but the opposite is also true. Conference planning is a step-by-step process: Goal…

The Conference Organiser's Guide

A complete guide for executive assistants and event organisers to successfully plan and run their next conference.

What it covers:

  • Understanding the purpose of the conference
  • Venue selection
  • Financial Planning
  • Conference management
  • Debrief and review

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