2017 Canberra Region Tourism Awards
One hundred percent of guests recently surveyed say they would consider holding their next Canberra conference or event with the NCCC.
20 November 2017
The National Convention Centre Canberra (NCCC) has won award for Business Event Venue at the Canberra Regional Tourism Awards 2017. The win recognises venues providing high-quality facilities specifically designed for business events.
The annual Canberra Region Tourism Awards provide an opportunity to showcase the best of our region’s tourism operators as well as promote, encourage and reward tourism excellence.
‘Our vision is to be Australia’s greatest event venue by creating great experiences guest love. This requires a great team that loves what they do.’ says Stephen Wood, General Manager.
The NCCC is no stranger to winning awards, having won Business Event Venue at the Canberra Region Tourism Awards in 2016, the Qantas Award for Excellence in Sustainable Tourism 2015 and Best Business Events Venue at the Australian Hotel Association ACT Hospitality Awards three years running. Executive Chef, Nikhil Jain, won Chef of the Year, 2016 Australian Hotel Association National Awards for Excellence.
The Centre is Canberra’s largest, purpose-built conference, meeting and events venue, offering more than 15 flexible spaces over two floors (8,200 m2). This includes the Royal Theatre, the largest multi-function, tiered-seating theatre in the capital, an exhibition hall, four theatrettes, a ballroom, five breakout rooms and foyer areas. Unique to the Centre is that all spaces are pillar free, offering a free line of sight. Most are flooded with natural light and generous ceiling heights, providing a sense of openness and connection to the outdoors, instead of the closed-in feeling experienced in so many conference centres.
The National Convention Centre Canberra is part of the InterContinental Hotels Group, one of the world’s leading hotel companies with more than 5,000 hotels in nearly 100 countries and territories.
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