National Wine Centre of Australia
Situated on the edge of Adelaide’s stunning Botanic Gardens, the National Wine Centre combines eye-catching architecture and exceptional service to create a perfect venue for the ANCOLD Dam Operators Forum. The multi award-winning centre is a flexible function venue. The centre boasts function rooms with natural lighting and spectacular architecture. Most impressive, The Hickinbotham Hall has a stunning wooden ceiling that rises 23 metres and overlooks the unique outdoor terrace area and gardens.
Adelaide, South Australia
Adelaide has a population of 1.2 million and it is currently undergoing a huge transformation, fast becoming the lifestyle capital of Australia. Already celebrated for its wine and food culture, this elegant city already has a burgeoning small-bar scene and a host of world-class festivals and amazing eco-adventures. Widely recognised as the 20-minute city, Adelaide is easy to get to, easy to get around in and easy to fall in love with.
The city not only provides excellent facilities but also offers a range of unforgettable experiences. You will discover a city that is easy and safe to stroll around with plenty to see and do. When you visit Adelaide, make sure you stop to admire the heritage streetscapes, charming buildings and public art. Walk along the river and through the parklands, or just lounge on the beach or at one of the many cafes. The airport is only seven kilometres from Adelaide city and the Adelaide Hills with the Barossa Valley and major beaches less than half an hour away by car.
Adelaide also understands the need for retail therapy. Rundle Mall is the retail backbone of the city with international and national flagship stores, boutiques, specialty shops, cafes, elegant arcades and a myriad of art and sculpture. Industries in Adelaide are diverse, innovative and powerful, boasting global leaders across a number of key specialty sectors including; minerals and energy, bioscience, water, defence, aerospace, education, advanced manufacturing and agriculture.