Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre
At the Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre, located on the banks of the
The largest meeting room at the MCEC can hold up to 5,500 seated people. There are 52 other meeting rooms throughout the facility, including a banquet room and other small meeting rooms. Overall, the Exhibition Centre can provide 30,000 square feet of exhibit space.
The Gallagher can offer accommodations for groups of 20 to 1,200. The venue also has five exhibition halls for a total of 300,000 square feet of exhibit space.
Among the in-house services offered at The Gallagher are floral, decorative, and audio and visual assistance. The in-house team of chefs is also available to accommodate large groups.
The Exhibitor Room has 300,000 square feet of exhibit space and can accommodate large tradeshows and exhibitions. There are three meeting rooms, each with 3,000 square feet of space as well as three smaller rooms, each with 2,400 square feet of meeting space.
As a place for large conventions, SkyCity can offer 14,000 square feet of exhibit space. This also includes a large banquet room, 11 break out rooms, and two fully equipped board rooms.
The venue is also attached to two centrally located hotels.
The first pavilion of the Expocentre, located in Moscow, Russia, was opened in 1977. Since then, this convention center has added seven more pavilions, creating a total of eight large meeting spaces for conventions and tradeshows.
Among these venues is the Forum Pavillion, a building that is shaped like a glass pyramid and is considered Expocentre’s symbol.
Expocentre offers a grand total of 1,615,500 square feet of meeting space. This includes indoor and outdoor space, as well as hundreds of smaller meeting rooms.