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Mice Net : February 2009
for 1200. For further details visit www.thecuisinegroup.com.au. Another big player in Darling Harbour and indeed Sydney is J&J O’brien which has a suite of options for the meetings, incentives and events market. Offerings in Darling Harbour include Jordans Seafood restaurant, the aptly named Watershed Hotel, and cohibar. Each have their own individual style and ambience, and cater wonderfully well to the corporate meetings and incentives markets. Visit www.jjo.com.au for further details. The australian national Maritime Museum’s forecourt lends itself as the backdrop to endless possibilities for year round celebrations and events. With a stunning vessel collection including ex-naval destroyer V ampire and the replica vessel Endeavour this nautical setting is also perfect for additional theming and event decorations. Located on absolute waterfront and with Sydney’s stunning city skyline views, guests can enjoy sumptuous canapés and beverage service provided by Bayleaf Catering – The Fine Food Company. At a recent event a client utilised the indoor/outdoor facilities at the museum. Themed ‘60s style with a chill-out area, guests danced the night away with live entertainment and a DJ on the forecourt stage. Catering for the evening featured an over-sized oyster boat, delicious live paella stations and cold canapés dressed on a buffet for guests to enjoy. With the party in full swing, a cheeky and extravagant dessert buffet was wheeled into the museum forecourt topped with go-go dancers! Visit www.anmm.gov.au for further details. Another popular Darling Harbour destination is the powerhouse Museum. Not only does this venue have some lovely event spaces on offer it plays hosts to some unique exhibitions that can make a perfect backdrop to events. Its current offering is entitled STAR WARS: Where Science Meets Imagination is on display until April 26. Visit www.powerhousemusuem.com.au for further details. Looking for an after-conference tour, a unique team-building experience or a special event that breaks away from the conference room? Sydney attractions Group incorporating Sydney Wildlife World and Sydney aquarium, offers a range of authentic Australian wildlife and marine experiences. Delegates will love the opportunity to have their photograph taken with Australia’s most famous native animal, the koala, or for functions with a difference guests can watch tropical fish dart and weave through the floor to ceiling display in The Reef Theatre. Sydney Attractions Groups can also provide guided tours for groups, or can tailor-make experiences in conjunction with clients. Visit www.myfun.com.au for further details. The nearby Sydney convention and exhibition centre is a world- class venue which plays host to more than 600 events annually. The precinct’s central location means the centre’s guests can arrive at the venue by car, monorail, and ferry, with thousands of hotel rooms located within walking distance. The venue’s waterfront setting also provides endless opportunities for memorable meetings. The centre continues to introduce a range of environmentally- conscious initiatives, from water-saving devices to low-energy lighting, and its most recent being the appointment of an mice.net Magazine Supplement 101