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Mice Net : February 2009
australian national Maritime Museum Star WarS:Where Science Meets imagination exhibition at the Powerhouse Museum environmental office – the first convention centre to do so. One of its most dramatic transformations has been that of the Bayside Lounge. This stylish multi-purpose restaurant, business lounge and meeting place provides a great location for the centre’s guests to chill before, during or after meetings. Visit www.scec.com.au for further details. As mentioned, getting to and from Darling Harbour is simple. For those staying in the CBD the Sydney Monorail is a great option. But the monorail offers more than simply an easy transport link. Event planners and their delegates can now enjoy a progressive function on the monorail. Start with cocktails, jump on for a quick journey to laser skirmish, monorail to a restaurant for dinner and take a trip to finish up at one of Sydney’s night clubs. The iconic monorail whizzes through the city travelling to Sydney’s most dynamic precincts. Linking hotels with waterfront activities, attractions, restaurants and venues, including the convention and exhibition centre, the monorail combines easy transport with an essential Sydney experience. With convention passes delegates enjoy unlimited transport between hotels, meetings and events. Day passes are also available with discounts at Sydney attractions and are ideal for those with spare time. Visit www.monorail.com.au for further details. Cruise company captain cook cruises is also another option for delegates, particularly if you want to get your group out on the water. Captain Cook Cruises is Australia’s premier small ship cruise line, offering Sydney Harbour’s largest and most versatile fleet with more than 17 ships. The company can cater for any event ranging from cocktail cruises, breakfast cruises, conferences, product launches and corporate functions to dinners for international delegates and social club events. The fleet can cater for two to 700 guests on a single vessel, or up to 2500 guests fleet wide. Planners can now take advantage of Captain Cook Cruises’ new website facilities and book functions online by visiting www.captaincook.com.au. Visit www.sydneyforevents.com for further information to plan your next event in Darling Harbour. Come team with us for your next Darling Harbour event. Our unique waterfront venue is ideal for conferencing, networking and team building activities with a nautical flavour. The ex-naval destroyer Vampire is perfect for pre- dinner drinks and will deliver a wow factor for your event, followed by dinner in the stunning waterfront Terrace Room. Bayleaf Catering - The Fine Food Company are exclusive caterers to the museum. Team with us to make your next event a success. T: +61 2 9298 3625 • F: +61 2 9298 3880 E: firstname.lastname@example.org • W: www.anmm.gov.au/venues 102 mice.net Magazine Supplement