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Sydney, Australia Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 403
Total Sleeping Rooms 42,921
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 892
Committable Meeting Rooms* 100
Convention Center Space 375,060 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Exhibit Space 350,000 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Ballroom 190,000 Sq. Mtr.
Average Hotel Room Rate AUD $317
Average Daily Meal Cost AUD $204
Average Weekly Car Rental AUD $237
*Maximum for a single hotel

Sydney, Australia Things to Do and Attractions

Sydney Harbour Bridge

One of the city’s most iconic landmarks, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is the world’s tallest steel arch bridge with a maximum height of 134 meters. The bridge connects the northern suburbs of Sydney with the city center. Visitors can book themselves for

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Sydney Tower

The Sydney Tower has been an important part of the famous Sydney skyline for the past 30 years. The golden turret at the top of the 309-meter high tower has the capacity to hold 960 persons and contains two levels of restaurants, a coffee lounge, an

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Art Gallery of New South Wales

The Art Gallery of NSW has more than one million visitors every year. The gallery, which overlooks Sydney Harbour, displays a collection of Australian, Aboriginal, European, Asian, and contemporary art. The venue also features a restaurant and a

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Sydney Opera House

The Sydney Opera House is one of the most distinctive and famous performing arts venues in the world. Having been granted UNESCO World Heritage status in 2007, it sits proudly on Bennelong Point next to the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Designed by Danish

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Bangarra Dance Theatre

Bangarra is situated in the heart of the Walsh Bay arts precinct, on the edge of Sydney Harbour. The place is the creative hub for some of Australia’s most celebrated Indigenous artists and performers. A large multi-function space which can be used

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Quay Bar

Quay Bar offers the ambience of an elegant Parisian bar and bistro with the relaxed atmosphere of the heart of Sydney. Visitors can come here to grab a drink or have a casual meal with friends on the Ground Floor of historic Customs House. The bar

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Rockpool – Sydney

Situated in an American-style art deco skyscraper located at 66 Hunter St, the dining style of Rockpool Bar & Grill Sydney is simple and uncomplicated. The menu offers perfectly grilled meats and seafood along with an excellent wine list. The

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Sepia Restaurant

Located in Darling Park precinct at 201 Sussex Street, Sepia is the creative collaboration of Sydney Chef Martin Benn and renowned seafood wholesaler George Costi of De Costi Seafoods. The contemporary menu at Sepia draws inspiration from Japan and

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Taronga Zoo

Located on Bradleys Head, Mosman, Taronga Zoo is just 12 minutes from the city by ferry. The venue’s phenomenal setting provides a 180-degree, uninterrupted view of the Sydney Harbour, making it an ideal space to host weddings, corporate events,

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Luna Park

This amusement park can host parties, weddings, or stage a gala for thousands in their state-of-the-art Crystal Palace. Visitors can also catch a concert at the Big Top, eat classy cuisine at The Deck, or take in the fantastic views as they ride the

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Darling Harbour

Darling Harbour is home to the Powerhouse Museum, where guests can learn about Australian history and culture, and the National Maritime Museum, a showcase on the history of and stories from the seas.

Other attractions include the Sydney Aquarium,

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Bondi Beach

At the world-famous Bondi Beach, visitors can watch a glorious sunrise before taking a swim in the turquoise waters or a strolling along the gorgeous white sands. They can relax on the fine sands while enjoying spectacular views of the vast Pacific

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Royal Botanic Gardens

One of the oldest botanic garden and scientific institutions in Australia, the Royal Botanic Gardens is home to an outstanding collection of plants primarily from Australia and the South Pacific. People come to the gardens to find peace and

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