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The Popular Types of Conference Venues in Sydney

Author: Calvin Candie
by Calvin Candie
Posted: Sep 18, 2022

Sydney is known for the multitude of event venues that may spoil your choice. At least for a person who has been settled in the city for the past five years, I can vouch for that. I have often taken up the responsibility of finding venues to host office meetings and conferences. For a fact, one’s choice of a venue may depend on the location, capacity, size, facilities, accessibility, budget, and catering required for the event. Here’s a roster I made based on capacities, which I will help you find the right venue.

100-200 GUESTS

A unique floating venue in Sydney to up the ante

Amidst all the corporate event venues in Sydney, I just had to place this on top of the list. Last year, my company hosted a business meet at a unique harbour venue; it was a glass boat cruise that left me in awe. A cocktail lounge, dining saloon with breathtaking views of the harbour, licensed bars and well equipped audio-visual facilities emanated a special vibe to everyone around. Of course, we had no other choice, but to credit the success of our conference to this splendid venue. No offence, but conferences usually breed boredom. However, the ambience and the facilities aboard this conference venue in Sydney were so top-notch that my peers and I couldn’t have asked for a better not-so-boring conference experience. So, as implied, it is important to set the perfect ambience to generate interest in everyone and the glass boat venue truly stands a cut above the rest.

Go classic by hosting your conference at a convention centre

Sydney is the centre to Australia’s best convention centres. Although cliched, convention venues are quite the convenient option when it comes to hosting a hassle-free business conference. They offer different types of function rooms that are ideal for any type of event, big or small. If you need a venue that has restaurants, bars, state-of-the-art audio systems or spacious meeting rooms, a convention centre will have all of it. Most venues come with expansive square footage, where you can host large-scale conferences with multiple venues.

50-100 Guests

Let your creative juices flow at a coworking space

Coworking spaces are often considered the seedbed for creative minds; its informal yet efficient environment drives productivity of all forms. Most coworking spaces in Sydney have dedicated board rooms and conference rooms that can be leased out by third-party companies. They may even provide the delegates with laptop and other equipment, business-grade connectivity, and even unlimited/free coffee. This means you can walk in freely to the venue without worrying too much about unforeseen technical issues.

A charming restaurant venue for an intimate experience

This type of venue is often small and amenities may be limited as well. You might not be able to find any audiovisual equipment or private dining room options here. For a small group or for those looking for a more private setting, a restaurant is the best option for a corporate event venue. At the same time, for the best experience make sure you book a restaurant that offers specially equipped smoking areas, caters to both veg and non-veg food, has ramps for the ones with disabilities and special parking areas for your guests.

A museum venue for the intellectual in you

For that unique ambience that lures the intellect, a museum venue is the place for you. Most museum venues are rented by the hour and are equipped with A/C, projectors, screens and WiFi access points as well. Experience a spell-binding behind-the-scenes view on the history of the museum with the help of a specialised curator-led tour. Be it a seminar or a conference for a school or a workplace, you can find a museum venue that suits your number of guests, budget and requirements.

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Author: Calvin Candie

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