About The Gold Coast Convention & Exhibition Centre
The AUD $167 million Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre (GCCEC) officially opened on 29 June 2004, providing the Gold Coast with its first and Queensland with its third convention centre. Owned by the Queensland Government and managed by the The Star Entertainment Group, the GCCEC is conveniently located in the heart of the Gold Coast, and features a main arena, four exhibition halls and meeting rooms catering for 10 to 6,000 people.
It is Australia’s largest regional convention centre, capable of handling corporate and association conferences and meetings, national and international incentives, banquets, exhibitions, concerts, sporting and special events.
Exclusive in size and purpose-designed, the Centre offers state of the art equipment and total wireless technology allowing delegates and visitors to log on to email and the internet from where ever they are in the venue.
The Centre has become renowned for its highly experienced, in-house services which include an on-site Audio Visual team, as well as in-house marketing and public relations support and professional event management.
Whether it’s an intimate meeting for 10 or a large-scale event for thousands, the unique multi-purpose design of the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre makes it the perfect choice for events of every size and nature.