Spice Hot 100 Winner in 3 Categories

26 March 2023

The Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre has been announced as a winner in three categories in the Spice Hot 100: Hotels & Venues for 2023. These include:

  • Best Sustainable Venue
  • Best Mega Venue in Australia (500-5000+ pax)
  • Best Convention Centre Catering

BEST SUSTAINABLE VENUE

Sustainability has been at the core of GCCEC’s operations since launching. The Centre was the first convention centre in Australia to achieve Platinum certification through global benchmarking company, EarthCheck. In it’s 15th year of working with EarthCheck, GCCEC is a leader in the event industry in the promotion and adoption of sustainable practices. Learn more about the Centre’s commitment to sustainability here.

BEST MEGA VENUE IN AUSTRALIA

GCCEC is Australia’s largest regional convention centre, with spaces to suit multiple concurrent events or exclusive use for a large conference. GCCEC is designed to take advantage of the Gold Coast’s sunny climate with floor to ceiling windows and multiple outdoor spaces. Lawns flowing out to the Nerang River offer an alternative to city and hinterland views. The building is highly flexible with moveable partitions and walls, allowing practical and usable spaces to be created and redesigned during an event. View event spaces here.

BEST CONVENTION CENTRE CATERING

The GCCEC kitchens offer more than 500 items but can also offer customised catering options for menu tastings for 10 through to dinners for more than 2,000. The food at GCCEC is consistently rated 9 out of 10 or above and is a key reason clients return to the venue. Chefs are focussed on serving restaurant quality food that is both satisfying and appealing. Check out the menus here. 

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