Sea World Resort unveils conference centre

Sea World Resort, located on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia, officially opened its new conference centre earlier this month.

The 750sqm2 venue brings Sea World Resort's total conference space to 2000sqm2 and the centre can now host up to 1,000 delegates. 

"This new conference centre is a wonderful addition to the award-winning Sea World Resort. Featuring the latest audio-visual equipment, a Porte Cochere with vehicle access, as well as a large veranda ideal for coffee breaks, lunches and cocktail receptions, the new centre will bring Sea World Resort’s total conference space to 2000sqm2," said Caroline Duveau-Clayton, conferencing and events sales manager at Village Roadshow Theme Parks, which operates Sea World Resort. 

Sea World Resort offers 400 rooms and suites allowing delegates to stay on site and the resort also features four restaurants and two bar areas.

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