CENTERPIECE at Melbourne Park

New Melbourne Events Center to Be Showcased at Upcoming Virtual and Hybrid Events

Centrepiece at Melbourne Park, located in the heart of Melbourne city and the surrounding premier events precinct, has announced the new venue will be showcased in a series of upcoming virtual and hybrid events, including the PCOA 2020 Annual Conference (December 7), Associations Forum National Conference (December 14–16) and AIME 2021 (March 15–26. 2021).   

With the countdown on for the venue’s grand opening next year, delegates attending the upcoming events can expect the latest updates from Melbourne’s newest venue, and the opportunity to register interest for its hard hat tours in early 2021.  

Hard hat tours will allow guests to experience firsthand the flexible and dynamic event spaces—from The Grand Hall, with capabilities to transform into a cocktail party for 3,000 guests, a gala dinner for up to 1,400 guests or a conference of any size—to its abundance of break out spaces and outdoor terraces with uninterrupted views of the Melbourne city skyline.  

For delegates attending AIME 2021, the team at Centrepiece at Melbourne Park are also taking expressions of interest for an exclusive behind the scenes tour to experience a taste of Victoria’s best. Following a hard hat walk through, guests will be guided through a culinary journey of the new menu and the outstanding local produce and flavors that the State has to offer.  

To register your interest for a meeting, hard hat tour or an exclusive first look at the menu during AIME 2021, contact Laura Reddaway, conference and sales manager, at [email protected]

For more information on Centrepiece at Melbourne Park, visit www.centrepiecemelbourne.com.

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