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Mice Net : February 2009
melbourne CBD at 501 Bourke Street, the prestigious RACV City Club has garnered a new generation of younger members who make good use of its facilities - from a 500-seat function room, six meeting rooms, a business centre, eight restaurants and bars to some of the city’s best luxury accommodation rooms (112 of them). Testament to its growing popularity, the club has expanded its venues recently, now offering its conference and events expertise to Healesville Country Club in the Yarra Valley, Cape Schanck Resort on the Mornington Peninsula, Inverloch Resort on the South Gippsland Coast and Royal Pines Resort on the Gold Coast. Building on the popularity of the golf meeting market RACV events can now include a meeting in the city and golf an hour or two out of town. And there’s no need to be a club member to stage an event at RACV or particularly experienced at organising events. The in-house events team offers experience, flexibility, imagination and atmosphere with impressive facilities, from function rooms to exhibitor space and a fully equipped business centre. What was formerly the RACV’s city club is now CQ Citiclub on Queen, and remains popular with planners looking to stage events for 60 to 1200. Get Out of Town Should your event require 19 hectares and more than a century of major events experience, then the Royal Agricultural Society’s Melbourne Showgrounds is perfect. Melbourne Showgrounds. mice.net 151