DESTINATION | MELBOURNE
Melbourne is the capital city of Victoria, and Australia’s second-largest city. Focused around a central city. Greater Melbourne’s area of approximately 9900 km2 of suburbs spread more than 40 km to the south, 30 km to the east, 20 km to the north and sprawl across vast, flat basalt plains to the west. Melbourne is Victoria’s capital city and the business, administrative, cultural and recreational hub of the state. Explore our research, statistics and information about the city’s suburbs. Aboriginal culture and multicultural communities.
VENUE | MELBOURNE CONVENTION AND EXHIBITION CENTRE
The Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) is the name given to two adjacent buildings next to the Yarra River in South Wharf. Throughout the year, it hosts everything from meetings, conventions, and exhibitions, to concerts, trade shows, and gala dinners. The Convention Centre consists of a 5,564-seat hall (Plenary Hall) that can be divided into three seperate theatres, 30 meeting rooms of various sizes, and a grand banquet room. The Exhibition Centre has a pillariess space of 39,000 square metres, all contained on one continuous floor.