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Mice Net : August 2008
sydney surrounds View of Campbell’s Cove, The Rocks. Events in Sydney now have a solution... Solution RED Creative Event Services. › Stage & set design › Prop design & development › Event decor & napery › Centrepieces › Floral design › Furniture Dockside launches Rocks “takeover” The Dockside Group has announced the acquisition of renowned restaurants Waterfront & Wolfies Grill at The Rocks to its existing portfolio making it one of Australia’s largest independently-owned venue operators. As a result, Dockside can now cater for more than 3000 guests business events in the Rocks precinct alone across the three restaurant function venues. With a track record of delivering high-quality events, Dockside now offers greater flexibility and creativity across its venue portfolio comprising four function venues – Dockside, Star Room and L’Aqua, at Cockle Bay Wharf, and WatersEdge at Pier One joining the four restaurants Ice Cube Seafood Bar and Grill at Darling Harbour and the historic Rocks precinct additions of Italian Village, Waterfront and Wolfies. Managing director, Christopher Drivas, said this was an exciting leap forward in the group’s aggressive growth plans, demonstrating Dockside’s commitment to growing its waterfront venues strategy. “We now intend to continue to grow our function venues to become a substantial contributor to the overall business events market,” he said. “These new acquisitions catapult our growth plans forward, however, we maintain that outstanding water views and a central location is essential to any further acquisitions.” Italian Village, Wolfies & Waterfront at The Rocks offer private dining rooms and event options to take advantage of the stunning harbour views overlooking the Sydney Opera House. Each venue can stand- alone or be offered as an integrated suite of meeting or entertaining solutions to clients. “Whatever the event, Dockside can deliver outstanding restaurant- quality food and wine experiences tailored to our client’s needs,” Mr Drivas said. “With outstanding produce available seasonally here in Australia our newly appointed executive chef Michael James is passionate about creating imaginative cuisine for both function catering and the restaurant menus.” Unit 7, 25 Ossary Street Mascot NSW 2020 p (02) 9669 1331 e email@example.com Journey with us online at www.solutionred.com.au VICTORIA NEW SOUTH WALES QUEENSLAND Singapore with Swissôtel Swissôtel Sydney is offering conference bookers a chance to win return flights to the shopping paradise of Singapore, staying at Swissotel The Stamford. Organise a residential conference package worth $20,000 before the end of January 2009 to immediately qualify for the draw (conditions apply). Swissotel Sydney’s conference and banquet facilities, located on the eighth floor, are designed to meet the highest contemporary standards of functionality, comfort and style. Equipped with the latest audio-visual, lighting and staging equipment, the versatile conference rooms are able to accommodate a range of functions. The Blaxland Ballroom can cater for up to 500 people or be partitioned into two large salons for smaller groups. The ballroom is named after early colonial Australian explorer Gregory Blaxland who lived on the Market Street site where the Swissôtel Sydney now stands. The hotel also has the advantage of four junior ballrooms - Blaxland A, Blaxland B, Maple and Oak, and five meeting rooms, of which both Elm and Birch rooms offer natural light. 94 mice.net WINNER: 2007 National Technical & Creative Production — Meetings & Events Australia