Sydney is ready for your next business event
BESydney says there are plenty of reasons – eight of them, in fact – to host your next business event in the Land Down Under.
To start with, the Sydney Opera House is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2023 with a year-long festival of events. In addition, the Opera House has reopened its iconic Concert Hall following an extensive renovation during the last two-and-a-half years.
The Sydney Tower Eye has three newly refurbished dining venues, each with a 360-degree, revolving view of Sydney. Infinity, SkyFeast, and Bar 83 – Sydney’s highest sky-bar – offer views of the harbour city.
The upgrades don’t stop there. Luna Park Sydney has completed its own $30 million renovation, with nine new rides launched in late 2021. The park is preparing to launch Amphora Wine Bar, a premium wine bar with a Mederranean menu and uninterrupted harbourside views.
The Australian Museum has undergone a $57.5 million renovation including a range of flexibile event spaces available throughout the museum. Hintze Hall, for example, can host up to 450 people for a cocktail event or up to 270 for a seated event.
Or you can combine your love of history with fine dining at Shell House, which is spread over three levels of a historically significant building in central Sydney. It includes four venues – Sky Bar, Clocktower Bar, the Dining Room and the Menzies Bar – that can be hired exclusively for events of up to 200 people. The level 9 and 10 venues can be hired privately for up to 350 people or all three can be hired for up to 600 people.
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