Business Events Perth

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Discover Western Australia

Western Australia is where you can expect the unexpected in a place filled with extraordinary natural wonders, global industries and some of the world’s best minds. It is Australia’s largest State, located in the same time zone (GMT +8) as 60 per cent of the world’s population, including Singapore, China and Hong Kong, making it an attractive destination for international business delegates. Our capital city, Perth, is home to two million people and is consistently ranked in the world’s top most liveable cities, following billions of dollars of investment that has transformed the city. Perth has a range of high-quality conference and meeting options including an abundance of outdoor meeting space that capitalises on its sunny climate. Western Australia's enviable weather, clean air, world-leading universities and research institutes, breathtaking natural experiences, and proximity to Asia and Europe, makes it the perfect destination for your next business event.


Distance from airport

  • Perth Airport (PER)

    7.46 mi. from city center

Local Attractions

Swim with wild dolphins

40 minutes away
Make your dolphin dreams come true with a Perth Wildlife Encounters dolphin experience! Over 200 local bottlenose dolphins live amongst the sheltered waters of Rockingham’s bays and islands who come out to play with visitors Groups from 10 can be accommodated for and premium lunch and refreshments provided on board.

Blend your own wine

25 minutes away
Treat your delegates to a fun and interactive wine blending experience at one of Western Australia’s oldest wineries, Sandalford. Starting with a tour of Sandalford’s beautiful grounds, your delegates will learn all about the wine making process before trying their hand at blending their own mix. Under the guidance of the Estate’s experienced staff, delegates will then create their own original blend of wine to be judged by Sandalford’s wine expert. Finish the experience with lunch in Sandalford’s multi-award-winning restaurant as you sip your unique creation!

Learn about the history of Western Australia from its traditional custodians

Australia’s First People have been here for more than 65,000 years, and have a rich cultural heritage that is a wonder to behold. Western Australia is home to around 85 Aboriginal language groups, all with their own unique heritage. Join a cultural walking tour and learn the history of the land you’re visiting from a local Aboriginal guide, or enjoy a bush tucker experience and explore Western Australia’s native culinary offering.

Learn to sail on the Swan River

10 minutes away
Get out on the Swan River as you learn to sail an elite racing yacht with the experienced crew at Swan River Sailing. With no prior experience necessary, you can either sit back and relax as you cruise along the beautiful Swan River, or learn the ropes and end the day a sailor. 9 yachts are available to be hired with their accompanying captains, with each able to host up to 11 passengers, so you can give your incentive delegates the experience of a lifetime!

Climb to the top of Optus Stadium

Climb to the top of ‘the most beautiful stadium in the world’. The Optus Stadium rooftop climb starts with a 220-step climb to the rooftop followed by a 360-degree circumnavigation of the internal perimeter roof. The tour finishes at the western edge of the roof, where visitors will be able to enjoy amazing views of the Swan River and Perth skyline from a new perspective.
333 Victoria Park Drive
Burswood, Perth, AU 6100

Swim with the biggest fish in the ocean

Take a trip north of Perth to Australia's Coral Coast, where you'll find the biggest fish in the ocean, the whale shark. These gentle giants cruise along the World Heritage Listed Ningaloo Reef every year from March to August, and with Ningaloo boasting the world's highest rate of whale shark swim numbers and accessibility of interaction, Western Australia is one of the best places in the world to swim with whale sharks. Ningaloo's interaction rates sat at 96% in the 2019 season.

See Perth from up high and soar over the Swan River

10 minutes away
Are you brave enough to climb to the top of Perth’s Matagarup Bridge? This is no walk up a bridge – this is a true climb. You will be required to climb, shimmy and slide past the bridge beams to reach the SkyView – an open-air viewing platform 72 metres above the river. Walk down or go large and zip back to home base travelling at up to 75km/hr.
Matagarup Bridge
Camfield Drive
Perth, AU 6000

Meet the quokkas of Rottnest Island

25 minutes away
Rottnest Island, located 19 kilometres off the coast of Perth, is accessible by ferry or charter flight. Featuring the brand new 5-star luxury hotel, Samphire Rottnest, and home to the happiest animal in the world, the quokka, Rottnest Island offers barefoot luxury for your next business event.


Additional Information

Business Events Perth has been helping not-for-profit associations, corporations and agents bring their conferences and incentive groups to Western Australia since 1972.Our charter is to market Western Australia nationally and internationally, in conjunction with local organisations, as a destination for conventions, exhibitions and incentive travel groups. Our mission is to secure business events to be held in this State that generate social and economic benefits for the people of Western Australia. We know what our great State has to offer, and we know what you need to stage a successful event. BE Perth is in the business of connecting you with all the elements you need to stage a successful business event in a surprising destination. We offer a range of services that will assist you in making your next conference the best it can be, and the best part is the majority of our services, assistance and advice is free.

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