Exhibitors confirmed to lead the premium line-up include One & Only Resorts ; Daydream Island Resort, located in the heart of the Whitsundays and Belmond.
Hotel owner, Philip Carter, enlisted architects Wilson & Hill to completely reinvent each space with sustainability in mind.
Leading the comeback are the Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau and Dubai Business Events & Convention Bureau
Refreshed event to deliver the largest and most diverse group of Asia Pacific based buyers
Through exquisite experiences and a vanguard spirit, the renowned luxury brand set to captivate this capital of culture
the hotel has officially launched following an extensive refurbishment
EEAA welcomes the expansion of Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
The doors are open at Melbourne's newest hotel – the $150 million 'golden tower'
the Federal Government will establish a national bid fund to draw more lucrative business events to Australia
Showcasing Victoria’s vibrant festival culture, giving guests a taste of the outstanding music
International and home-grown exhibitors are set to bring the Asia-Pacific Incentives and Meetings Expo (AIME) show floor to life next week
International and home-grown exhibitors are set to bring the AIME show floor to life next week
AIME launches exhibitor educational series The Asia-Pacific Incentives and Meetings Expo (AIME) has announced the introduction of a free series of educational sessions designed to support exhibitors ...
There has been no hiding the rise of the 26-storey golden hotel tower in Melbourne’s South Wharf. The new $150 million Novotel Melbourne South Wharf is in its final stages of construction as part of...
Pan Pacific Hotels Group opens its doors at Melbourne¹s South Wharf Friday, 28 July saw a changing of the guard at South Wharf as the former Hilton Melbourne reopened its doors as the Pan Pacific Mel...
Held at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, ITS 2016 was the largest international association conference held in Australia this year
Melbourne has scooped up two titles at the prestigious World Travel Awards 2016, cementing its credentials as Australasia's
The Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia (EEAA) has welcomed the unveiling of designs for the expansion of exhibition facilities at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC).
Preliminary works started this week on the planned expansion of the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) and broader South Wharf precinct.
Melbourne's business events credentials have been recognised with two major wins at the Annual World Travel Awards ceremony in Hong Kong.