Take out a private dining room in an award winning restaurant or host a conference for up to 12,000 at the ICC Sydney.
Variety of venues
From harbour venues to award-winning distilleries
The Yallamundi Rooms at the Sydney Opera House can accommodate up to 400 guests for a cocktail function, with the Concert Hall and Utzon Room providing for 2,679 and 200 seated guests respectively.
A short trip across the Sydney Harbour Bridge, groups will have a lively time at Luna Park - a theme park featuring 11 venues with capacities ranging from 200 to 2,950 guests.
For something on the wild side, head to Taronga Zoo Sydney to meet amongst the many native wildlife that call this place home. Each event space has its own view of Sydney’s Harbour and the Zoo grounds. From 15 seated guests in the boardroom to 2,000 guests for a cocktail function in the grounds, there’s many options to choose from.
Archie Rose is one of the most-awarded distilleries in the country with Sydney becoming a hotspot for urban distilling in recent years. Located in Rosebery, just a 20-minute drive from the city centre, groups can taste the full range of gin, whisky and vodka as well as unreleased bottles. For events, the Archie Rose Bar opposite the distillery can be hired exclusively for up to 150 guests for a cocktail style event. Alternatively, the mezzanine can be hired for 60 guests for a cocktail function.
Back in the city centre, the highly regarded Quay Restaurant and its private dining room is an ideal venue for small groups up to 180 guests for a cocktail function. The largest event space, the Green Room, has two private terraces that face the Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge and can accommodate up to 100 guests seated or 180 for a cocktail function.
ICC Sydney is home to Australia’s largest ballroom and an external event deck with spectacular city views.
ICC Sydney offers over 35,000 square metres (376,736 square feet) of exhibition space, 70 meeting rooms, and theatre capacity for 8,000 people, and is only a 10-minute walk to the city centre.
Since its opening in 2016, ICC Sydney has held a strong commitment to technology and sustainability. With a focus on local produce, the comprehensive wine list comprises 100 per cent New South Wales produced wines.