International Convention Centre Sydney
The International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney) sits on the Sydney Harbour foreshore within its own dynamic dining, leisure and residential precinct, and is surrounded by finance, technology, innovation and learning hubs.
Along with a striking contemporary design and state-of-the-art technology, the $1.5 billion ICC Sydney also features:
- Australia's largest ballroom for 2000 people in banquet mode or 3500 in cocktail mode
- theatres of different sizes for up to 8000 people
- 35,000 square metres of multi-purpose space for exhibitions and events.
Designed to respond to future demands of the meetings industry with the capability and flexibility to meet a comprehensive range of event requirements, ICC Sydney has already established itself as one of the world’s most sought after venues.
It is the jewel in a $3.4 billion, 20-hectare transformation of Darling Harbour.
What are customers saying?
Managed by a uniquely talented team, ICC Sydney is well placed to deliver extraordinary experiences every time. The ICC Sydney team will go out of their way to deliver memorable conventions and intimate corporate events.
ASEAN-Australia Special Summit 2018
ICC Sydney welcomed the Prime Minister of Australia, the Hon. Malcolm Turnbull MP, 11 heads of state and the Secretary-General of Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to the ASEAN-Australia Special Summit in March 2018.
Held in Australia for the first time, more than 500 high profile delegates from the Asia Pacific region came together to strengthen Australia’s strategic partnership with ASEAN and promote economic cooperation, security and prosperity.
ICC Sydney’s advanced technology infrastructure, range of multi-purpose spaces and world-class operations played a pivotal role in creating an environment for success during the leading international forum.
10th World Chambers Congress
In a nod to Sydney’s growing stature in the international economic marketplace, the International Chamber of Commerce’s World Chambers Federation held their signature event, the 10th edition of the World Chambers Congress at the ICC Sydney in September 2017.
Over 1200 of the world’s leading business chamber leaders and professionals from 110 countries exchanged and developed community best practice.
How is the project tracking?
The ICC Sydney opened in 2016.
In 2018-19, ICC Sydney delivered 671 core events and $902 million to the economy through operation of the venue.
The events also generated $896 million in delegate expenditure, of which 73 per cent ($654 million) came from interstate and international visitors. This resulted in more than 1.77 million overnight stays, driving continued investment in local hotel refurbishment and development. Delegate expenditure led to the creation of 5790 jobs.