Uniquely positioned adjacent to the Elizabeth Quay waterfront and the Swan River, Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre is situated amongst restaurants, retail and green spaces.
Situated next to the City centre’s main bus and train hub, PCEC is at the heart of the resource, retail and cultural hubs.
Western Australia produces over forty-percent of Australia’s wealth and is rightly regarded as one of the world’s major centre’s of energy and resources. This same wealth expresses itself in the talent and expertise of the vibrant business, academic and artistic community of nearly 2 million people who live within the city of Perth and its adjoining coastal region.
Perth is unlike any other city, its fast, urban growth and first-world centre of commerce situated along the banks of the Swan River easily connecting to
renowned vineyards of the Swan Valley, the sugar white sands of the Indian Ocean aligned with iconic beach-side lifestyle that typifies Australia.
Visitors will find familiarity in the day-to-day conventions of life, yet enjoy the eclectic mix of entertainment, sport and night-life that typify the city.
All leave with a smile and a desire to return knowing they have discovered a destination unique in its mix of youthful optimism and sound commercial foundation.
Perth enjoys an average eight hours of sunshine a day, more than any other city in Australia.
Western Australia boasts 12,500km of coastline and the famous Cottesloe beach is less than a 20 minute drive from CBD.
Kings Park and the Botanical Gardens is the biggest inner-city park in the world and only a 10min walk from PCEC.
Perth is a perfect destination for your conference and is consistently ranked in the top 10 most livable cities in the world.
Perth has the highest number of restaurants and vibrant bars per capita in the world. All are within short walking distance from PCEC.
Perth is the closest Australian capital city to Europe,
now offering direct flights to London.
Perth is on average a four hour flight from the
Australia East Coast.
Perth is the closest Australian city to South East Asia
and the gateway of Singapore.
Australia is the fifth largest producer of LNG globally, with approximately 90 per cent of Australia’s LNG reserves located off the West Australian coast. Attended by the former Prime Minister of Australia, the Hon. Malcolm Turnbull MP, the program featured the largest number and highest level of LNG industry leaders as plenary speakers ever seen.
The annual Australasian Oil & Gas Exhibition & Conference (AOG) featured over 200 exhibitors and is the premier event for the Australian oil and gas industry. This event presented the latest technological and innovative breakthroughs in the industry, attracting over 8,000 global visitors. AOG aims to help drive the industry into the future and used this conference as a showcase for members and press.
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