Meeting Rooms and Venues in Melbourne
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Punthill Williamstown accommodation is a modern apartment hotel located in the trendy bayside suburb of Williamstown, offering guests a range of co

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PARKROYAL Melbourne Airport offers an unrivalled connection to the Melbourne Tullamarine Airport.

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Located on the fringes of Melbourne City, the contemporary Mercure North Melbourne is only 1.5km from the city centre.

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A 5-minute walk from Flagstaff train station, this modern, upscale hotel is also 0.3 km from the Queen Victoria Market and 2.3 km from the National

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This sleek modern hotel is 2 km from Orlando Melbourne International Airport and 11 km from Wickham Park.

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Punthill Williamstown accommodation is a modern apartment hotel located in the trendy bayside suburb of Williamstown, offering guests a range of co

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Meeting Rooms in Melbourne

 

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MeetingPackage.com offers more than 600 meeting rooms for your meeting needs. Here are a few reasons why Melbourne is your ideal meeting destination.

 

A meeting city

 

There is more than one reason to hold meetings in the capital. The first reason is that Melbourne has the largest and busiest seaport in Australia and the second busiest international airport, providing entry points for million of visitors both domestically and internationally. The second reason is the vibrant business scene in the city. The capital of Victoria holds a prominent role in Australia's economy as the financial and industrial centre. The city houses the headquarters of five of the ten largest firms in the country (based on revenue) and world-leading manufacturers such as Boeing or Kenworth. Last but no least, the infrastructure for meetings here is world-class. Melbourne has transformed itself to be an international conferences and meetings destination, heavily invested in infrastructure and venue constructions. Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) - which was Australia's Leading Meetings and Conference Centre from 2012 to 2016 - hosted nearly 1000 events in 2016. 

 

Cultural Capital

 

Melbourne is a diverse city where people came from different background and live here together; creating a unique, multicultural environment. From theatre to art, music, fashion, or design, the city has long been the home of creativity in the distinct neighbourhoods of Carlton, Fitzroy or St Kilda. Meeting venues can be found in these area including BEST WESTERN PLUS Travel Inn Hotel - Carlton VIC, Rydges On Swanston Melbourne - Carlton VIC, Jasper Hotel - Melbourne, or Somerset on Elizabeth Melbourne

 If you are a fan of museums, visit the Melbourne Museum - the biggest museum in the Southern Hemisphere - where you can observe thousands of artifacts including bugs, dinosaur's fossils, animals, human biology and much more. 

For film fans, the annual Melbourne Film Festival in August is a remarkable event. The 3-week-festival showcases some of the world's most acclaimed films as well as local films, and short films, giving you a cinematic treat of 300 films in all. 

Did you know: The world’s first full-length feature film was filmed in Melbourne back in 1906.

 

Environment

 

The air quality in Melbourne is generally clean. If you crave for some tranquillity after intense hours inside the meeting room, there are many parks and leafy gardens around the city.

Stroll around the Parliament House, and you find the Treasury Gardens adjacent to the Old Treasury House. Not far away is the Fitzroy Gardens on Wellington Parade, where lies the Scarred Tree - an ancient relic of the Wyrndjeri - the original inhabitants of Melbourne. 

 

Sport Craze

 

Melbourne must be the world's capital of sport. No doubt about it. It is the heaven for golf, cycling, tennis, swimming, sailing, all kind of ball games, hockey, and much more. There is a local jape that no matter how obscure the sport is, chances are there are people in Melbourne already playing it. 

The passion for sports comes both from the nature of Melbournians and the great effort from the city to improve the infrastructure. The success of the 1956 Olympics has left the city with a brilliant sporting precinct close to the city and well connected to public transport. International events like the F1 Grand Prix and the Australia Open are held annually in Melbourne.

Transportation in Melbourne

 

Melbourne's public transport is the best way see the city. If you want to visit the major attractions, hop on one of the free City Circle Tram which goes around the central of Melbourne. For any other means of transport, a Myki smartcard gives you the freedom to use trains, trams, and buses. Since 2016, the city of Melbourne has put into operation the Melbourne Night Network which provides 24-hour public transportation on weekends including trains, trams, late night buses, and coach service to key regional centres. The Night Bus network operates on Fridays and Saturdays, departing every 30 minutes from six safe locations in the central city. In addition, there are Melbourne Visitor Shuttle which provides audio guides about the city's colourful past and current quirks. 

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