Melbourne

Melbourne has everything to inspire the perfect incentive. It offers a personalised set of experiences that you will treasure forever. At its heart you will find an arts savvy, sports crazy, food and fashion loving culture, where people are friendly, relaxed and where quality of life is the most important goal.

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Located in the state of Victoria, Melbourne is a multi-cultural city of 3.5 million people with more than 200 different nationalities and 150 languages spoken. Take a walk along the wide streets and boulevards and you will soon discover its secret laneways which weave through the city grid to reveal unique cafes, bars located in everything from old warehouses to romantic basements and even luxury mansions.

From local fashion houses and boutiques, innovative cuisine, world sporting events to a range of outstanding local arts and cultural festivals plus historic theatres and fascinating museums, there is always something exciting to see and do in Melbourne.

Accommodation and Venues
Melbourne has more than 20,000 rooms, with approximately 13,000 located in the heart of the city – all very affordable in comparison to other destinations in the world. From luxurious 5 star to budget there is an option for everyone.

Many of Melbourne’s centrally located hotels have ballrooms, restaurants and meeting facilities. All are perfect for themed events and create an atmosphere that is sure to impress.

To complement Melbourne’s selection of hotels and purpose built meeting facilities, Melbourne has an abundance of impressive venues catering for all tastes and themes. From a traditional dinner to a fully themed event, the difficulty is choosing!

For your next themed or gala dinner, why not consider the following venues?

  • Emu Bottom Homestead – Victoria’s Oldest Homestead
  • Flemington Racecourse – home of the Melbourne Cup – the race that stops the nation
  • Melbourne Cricket Ground – famous for the Boxing Day Test Cricket match and Australian Rules Football
  • NGV International Great Hall – world’s largest stained glass ceiling
  • Federation Square – home to many stylish venues with spectacular views of the Yarra River
  • Regent Theatre & Plaza Ballroom – heritage listed venue, featuring Spanish Rococo architecture
  • The Mansion Hotel at Werribee Park historic mansion with luxurious retreat facilities
  • Melbourne Aquarium – a spectacular setting on the Yarra River
  • Royal Exhibition Building – one of the world’s oldest exhibition pavilions