Now is the time to meet in Adelaide, with the destination completing an unprecedented level of new infrastructure further enhancing the city’s ‘ease of use’ functionality and services to the business events sector. The multi-billion dollar Riverbank Precinct includes an expanded Adelaide Convention Centre, redeveloped Adelaide Oval, Festival Centre, Casino, and the new world leading Adelaide BioMed City life sciences cluster, all interconnected by walkways and a river footbridge. Several new hotels, an expanded retail precinct, and the Victoria Square redevelopment are just some of the other developments enhancing Adelaide’s global reputation as the complete convention city.
Adelaide has one of the fastest airport to city transfers anywhere in the world (just 10 minutes) with regular direct international and domestic flights. Adelaide ranks as the most affordable capital in Australia as well as being undoubtedly the most walkable, meaning that delegates and organisers will enjoy exceptional ease and value during their event.
It is no secret that Adelaide, South Australia is a food and wine capital. Visiting delegates and guests can enjoy superb cuisine and celebrated wines against the backdrop of unique and vibrant festivals and events.
Renowned wine regions such as the Barossa are just a stone’s throw from Adelaide and home to major brands such as Penfolds. For unique and accessible wildlife, the beautifully preserved Kangaroo Island plays host to kangaroos, koalas, sea lions, penguins, platypuses and all manner of fauna, whilst Port Lincoln is home to the Great White shark, Southern Bluefin tuna and Coffin Bay oysters.
Industry partners are committed to a Team Adelaide approach to securing major business events. Team Adelaide consistently demonstrates a complete and unified solution to event organisers and delegates, with each element presented in a collaborative fashion.
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