SkyCity Adelaide officially opened its new $330 million integrated entertainment establishment late last year, with Events at SkyCity opening in February.
Supported by Tourism Australia’s Business Events Boost Program, the new virtual tour allows event organisers from anywhere in the world to explore SkyCity’s offerings and encourage people to hold their events in Adelaide.
Since its opening seven months ago, Events at SkyCity has hosted 115 events that have collectively resulted in more than 15,000 attendees visiting SkyCity. It recently hosted day one of the Australasian Hotel Industry Conference and Exhibition (AHICE), the world’s largest hotels conference post-Covid.
SkyCity Adelaide’s versatile event and meeting spaces cater for all occasions, from gala dinners and conferences to corporate meetings and personal celebrations. Its SkyCity Ballroom has a footprint of more than 600 square metres, set against a river view backdrop.
SkyCity Australia chief operating officer, David Christian, said that the venue’s offerings, paired with South Australia’s safe, clean and vibrant location, make it a clear leader for conferences and events.
“Events at SkyCity has a firm focus on the finest and freshest locally sourced restaurant quality fare, delivered by a broad range of specialty chefs,” Christian said.
“We also offer seamless state of the art technology, five-star service and stunning views of the Adelaide Riverbank Precinct.”
Situated in the heart of the city, Sky City Adelaide is conveniently located to public transport including Adelaide Railway Station and Adelaide Airport 20 minutes away.
In addition to the new conference facilities, the expansion and refurbishment of SkyCity Adelaide also features five-star luxury hotel, Eos by SkyCity, a range of new signature restaurants and bars, and more.