Five of the best quirky venues in Australia

It’s no surprise that Australia offers some of the world’s best venues for business events; however, stepping away from the more iconic venues, the country is also home to a selection of quirky places to hold your next business event.

Our original venues help meet an increasing demand for more innovative ways to host a corporate event. From sleeping underground in Australia’s outback to a restored 1930’s amusement park set on the stunning Sydney harbour, you’re sure to create a memorable event.

Australia’s top five quirky venues:

  1. FantaSea Reefworld pontoon, Great Barrier Reef
    Providing a once-in-a-lifetime experience, Fantasea is a multi-award winning operator on the Great Barrier Reef. Anchored in one of the world’s greatest natural wonders, delegates can enjoy the exclusivity and tranquillity of one of the world’s greatest natural wonders by sleeping under a blanket of stars on the pontoon. This venue provides the ultimate incentive for up to 50 guests.
  2. Brisbane Powerhouse, Brisbane
    Nestled on the beautiful banks of the Brisbane River, the Brisbane Powerhouse is among the most innovative and lively arts centres in the world. The former power station has become a distinct landmark, both as a stunning industrial creation and as a hub for everything creative, including theatre, music, comedy, film, visual arts, festivals and ideas. Brisbane Powerhouse now boasts a 400 – 7000 seat stage theatre, an intimate 200 seat apron stage theatre, an 800 viewer open platform, two restaurants, conference and rehearsal rooms and offices.
  3. The Ideas Finder, Sydney
    Tucked away in the Sydney’s trendy suburb Surry Hills, The Ideas Finder, is the creative environment for workshopping, idea generation and research. The Ideas Finder includes a central working space and a series of breakout rooms, each themed differently, and inspired by environments where ideas are conceived; Golf Course, Tool Shed, Bathroom and Artist Studio – catering from 6 to 25 people.
  4. Crystal Palace at Luna Park, Sydney
    Offering a very different experience, The Crystal Palace Venue is based at Luna Park, a restored 1930’s amusement park, offering exceptional views of Sydney’s iconic harbourside. Catering anywhere from 50 to 1,300 guests, the Crystal Palace can hold small functions and meetings to large gala events, conferences and exhibitions.
  5. Desert Cave Hotel, South Australia
    Situated in Coober Pedy, South Australia, The Desert Cave Hotel allows guests to stay underground in ‘dugout’ living, experiencing the rugged and beautiful outback Australia (above ground rooms are also available) right on the door step of the opal fields of Coober Pedy. The convention facilities have seating for up to 180 delegates and can provide break-out rooms as well as an auditorium.

For more information and to plan your next event in Australia visit: http://www.businessevents.australia.com