Business events

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Australia’s most connected business, events and entertainment precinct

Now is the time to meet in Adelaide, with the destination completing an unprecedented level of new infrastructure further enhancing the city’s ‘ease of use’ functionality and services to the business events sector. The multi-billion dollar revitalised Riverbank Precinct includes the Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide Oval, Adelaide Festival Centre and Adelaide Casino - all interconnected by walkways and a river footbridge. Several new hotels, an expanded retail precinct, and the Central Market Arcade redevelopment are just some of the other developments enhancing Adelaide’s global reputation as the complete convention city.

Unparalleled access, ease and value

At just 15 minutes, Adelaide has one of the shortest airport to city transfers anywhere in the world, with regular direct international and domestic flights. Adelaide is one of the most affordable cities in Australia and easily navigated on foot, allowing delegates and organisers to enjoy exceptional ease and value during their event.

Adelaide’s thriving culinary landscape has seen the establishment of some of the best restaurants in the nation. Visiting delegates are able to enjoy the deeply engrained food and wine culture against the backdrop of unique and vibrant festivals and events.

The city acts as the ultimate springboard to South Australia’s picturesque regional neighbourhood. Four superb wine regions envelop Adelaide including the renowned Barossa Valley, located only an hour drive from the city centre.

The City of Adelaide is committed to providing the right support to help you host your business event in Adelaide though support of the Adelaide Convention Bureau.

Adelaide Convention Bureau’s role is to assist and guide convention and event organisers through every stage of planning - free of charge. The result: a seamless, successful and memorable event.

Take advantage of the Adelaide Convention Bureau’s breadth of experience and depth of local knowledge . Organisers can capitalise on state-of-the-art facilities and technology as well as diverse food, wine, cultural and recreational activities.