An iconic harbour. World-famous beaches. Incredible culinary experiences with views to match. Indigenous stories to tell. Yachts to sail. New hotels. Unexpected venues and places to discover. All of this and a stunning array of Australia’s vast landscapes just beyond make Sydney a remarkable destination for an unforgettable incentive experience.
As the world begins to meet again after the disruption of the pandemic, Sydney’s offering is bigger and more diverse than ever, making the city an exciting proposition for future events.
Here are just a few of Sydney’s new business event offerings.
CROWN TOWERS SYDNEY
Home to Sydney’s highest hotel room, the superbly luxurious hotel in Sydney’s newest waterside precinct Barangaroo has 349 rooms, suites and villas, with room sizes starting at a generous 47m2 and getting larger from there, right up to a 250m2 three-bedroom villa. The 20 villas come with check-in at a private lobby and a 24-hour butler service at guests’ disposal. The skyline shaping Crown complex also hosts several fine dining restaurants, including Nobu and Oncore by Clare Smyth.
NEW HARBOUR BRIDGE CLIMB
See Sydney’s harbour and city landmarks from a new perspective with BridgeClimb Sydney. A knowledgeable guide will lead you to the peak of “the coat hanger” which forms the top of Sydney Harbour Bridge 134m/440ft above sea level. The BridgeClimb team have introduced two new climbs in 2020 and 2021: the Ultimate Climb, which takes groups to the north side of the bridge for the first time, and Burrawa, which is led by an Indigenous guide and tells stories of Sydney’s First Nations history.
WATERSEDGE AT CAMPBELL’S STORES
After a multi-million-dollar restoration, Watersedge at Campbell’s Stores launched in The Rocks in mid-2021 between the Overseas Passenger Terminal and the Park Hyatt, with stunning views of both the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House. The venue features a series of interconnected dedicated event spaces on its top floor which can each be hired individually for up to 120 people for long table dining or be used as a “blank canvas” event setting. The entire venue, including restaurant spaces on the bottom two floors and the outdoor ground floor terrace, extending out onto the Campbell’s Cove public thoroughfare can be hired for up to 5,000 attendees.