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NSW dominant as ICC Sydney launches wine collection



Opening in December 2016, ICC Sydney will be Asia Pacific's premier integrated convention, exhibition and entertainment precinct, underlining Sydney's place as one of the world's most desirable meeting and event destinations and providing the ideal platform to collaborate and innovate.

Featuring a striking contemporary design, leading technology and multipurpose spaces, ICC Sydney will be a beacon of innovation, learning and entertainment, connecting and celebrating leaders of invention, business, governance and the arts.

In the heart of Sydney, ICC Sydney is located in the active precinct of Darling Harbour on Cockle Bay.


  • Convention facilities capable of hosting three separated, self-sufficient, concurrent events as well as an 8,000 seat plenary.
  • A range of plenary options ranging from 750 to 8,000 people.
  • Total exhibition capacity of 35,000 sqm, including 2,400 sqm of multipurpose space.
  • An external event deck of 5,000 sqm, including a bar and lounge featuring spectacular city views.
  • A premier red carpet theatre with a capacity of 8,000.
  • Adjacent luxury headquarters hotel with circa 600 rooms.
  • A grand ballroom to provide Sydney’s premium banqueting space for more than 2,000 people.
  • 8,000 sqm of total meeting room space across 70 rooms that link to both the convention and exhibition areas/
  • World’s best practice technology throughout, including wireless connectivity across the ICC Sydney precinct.
  • Prime waterfront location on Darling Harbour.
  • A renewed and upgraded public domain

ICC Sydney Beverage Operations and cellar manager William Wilson developed the collection to shine a spotlight on local suppliers, following a seven-day tasting of over 1,000 labels from more than 300 wineries.

“ICC Sydney is committed to partnering with small and large regional producers to encourage the growth of wineries and local jobs,” said Wilson.

“Seventy-four of our wines are from New South Wales with the remainder of the collection comprised of stand-out wines from across Australia as well as a few international labels. A number of impressive vintages from across the State really shone through during the tasting, with the Hunter Valley, Orange, Riverina and Mudgee among some of the most fruitful regions.

To know more:ICC Sydney launches wine collection.

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