Adelaide Convention Centre

Adelaide Convention Centre


Adelaide, Australia (AU)
The Adelaide Convention Centre is a large convention centre on North Terrace, Adelaide. It was rebuilt at the turn of the millennium and in late 2001 a new extension was unveiled. It was designed by Larry Oltmanns who was a Design Partner with SOM at the time. Its "rational cooking system", the largest of any convention centre in the world, is equipped to serve 4000 dinners in 20 minutes. The centre's main Plenary Hall can house up to 3500 people in full convention mode.

Looking over Torrens Lake, the centre is home to most of Adelaide's major conventions.
The Adelaide Convention Centre is a large convention centre on North Terrace, Adelaide. It was rebuilt at the turn of the millennium and in late 2001 a new extension was unveiled. It was designed by Larry Oltmanns who was a Design Partner with SOM at the time. Its "rational cooking system", the largest of any convention centre in the world, is equipped to serve 4000 dinners in 20 minutes. The centre's main Plenary Hall can house up to 3500 people in full convention mode.

Looking over Torrens Lake, the centre is home to most of Adelaide's major conventions.
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By: Tyco

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