Nature’s gifts and small-city charm meet in Perth, Western Australia

Nature’s gifts and small-city charm meet in Perth, Western Australia
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Nestled across this majestic island we call home is a spot coupling its natural beauty and world-class venue spaces that make it ideal for a business event.

We’re of course talking about the vibrant city of Perth (Boorloo) where your delegates can revel in the ideal blend of business and pleasure.

This walkable, safe city offers beautiful beaches, an island paradise, wineries, and culture on the city’s doorstep.

World-class venues and boutique offerings mean your business event won’t have any trouble standing out above the crowd. From the heart of your conference at The Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre, Crown Perth or hotel to the magnificent Optus Stadium and gorgeous wineries and estates in the area, the crème de la crème of MICE offerings belongs in this charming city.

WA Museum Boola Bardip (Tourism Western Australia)

Less than a 30-minute drive or ferry ride away from your conference venue awaits adventure, freedom and connection.

Business delegates and visitors can climb to the top of Matagarup bridge and zip back down flying over the Swan River (Derbal Yerrigan).

If a water adventure calls, jetboat around the island paradise of Rottnest Island (Wadjemup) or take it up a level and skydive onto one of 63 pristine beaches or 20 bays that surround the island.

Delegates at an event (Jarrad Seng)

Seek the spectacle of harvesting your own pearl with Willie Creek pearls at Elizabeth Quay or get one of the best views of the city from the top of the world’s most beautiful stadium, voted Venue of the Year at the 2023 Stadium Business Awards, Optus Stadium. At the top, your delegates can walk the HALO and end up in a VERTIGO rooftop challenge.

Take in nature at Kings Park, the world’s largest elevated inner-city park, that overlooks the City and Swan River (Derbal Yerrigan).

Or, if a guided journey is what your delegates seek, they can step outside the conference centre and embark on a walking tour, uncovering Perth’s stunning Art walks, lively bars, and quaint eateries.

You’re in no short supply of options if your delegates want to throw a few extra days onto the conference. Western Australia is home to 12,000kms of gorgeous coastline. Sprawling beaches, home to some of the world’s most famous waves sit alongside cute coastal towns that feel like an oasis by the sea.

Hutt Lagoon, near Port Gregory

Immerse in the world’s oldest living peoples with Indigenous-led tours that give an insight into the past and present of Aboriginal culture. The red dirt of the north grounds you and provides unique pre and post-touring options to learn from 60,000 years of culture.

Whether venturing into the otherworldly landscapes of the Kimberley Region, through azure blue waters of the Coral Coast, colourful wildflowers of Australia’s Golden Outback or to Australia’s South West where glistening white sands await, Western Australia is a visual chasm seen nowhere else in the world.

Find out more about Perth’s meeting, incentive, and corporate event offerings here.

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