Perth | Australia
Exhibition Center Information:
Location: Located in the heart of the city, Perth Convention Exhibition centre(PCEC) is connected from all major highways and roads and getting to PCEC is a cake walk. PCEC is a 15 minute stroll from the Perth CBD. The Esplanade train station is located next to PCEC. One can also take a ferry to Barrack Street jetty, which is located very near to PCEC.
Perth Convention Exhibition Centre is a state of art venue which is capable of organizing events ranging from meetings & seminars to conferences and exhibitions. The venue scores well in terms of its technical infrastructure and communication facilities. The six spacious air conditioned pavilions of the venue can be utilized flexibly to create a combined space of around 16,554 square meters. The foyer area can be used as a registration space. The organizers offices can be incorporated inside the exhibition pavilions if required. Each pavilion has toilets, catering kiosks and additional rooms. The Riverside Theatre located at the venue can be used as an additional space for convention and conferences. The theater is equipped with high end technical devices and audio visual equipments. The Theater also offers facilities for web conferencing. The BelleVue Ballroom and River View Rooms in PCEC are just perfect for hosting small private events like lunches, gala dinners and balls.
Nearby Tourist Attraction:
Perth is a clean, vibrant and modern city of Australia. The city's beaches, museums, parks, and historical monuments attract travelers from across the world. The Perth zoo is one of the most popular and oldest zoo in Australia. The zoo is a perfect place for spending your weekend with family. Children from all over Australia come here to witness several rare species of animals and birds. It is a great place for recreational visits and for educational and research purposes as well. The Sunset coast is truly a delight for tourists. The long coastline has some of the most amazing beaches of Australia. The Cottesloe Beach, the Trigg Beach and the Swanbourne Beach are loved by tourists from all over the world. The city of Perth also houses Australia's oldest functional mint. The mint has a large collection of gold nuggets. The visit to the Perth mint, which housed in a large 19th century building, can be an interesting experience. Shark bay, located on the western Australian coast, is a world heritage site. The national park preserves some rare wildlife species.
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