Aged & Community Services Australia (ACSA) hosted their National Summit at the Cairns Convention Centre this week. It is the peak body supporting over 700 church, charitable and community-based not-for-profit organisations that provide accommodation and care services to more than 450,000 older Australians.
Gordonvale State High School Arts & Hospitality students recently attended a site inspection of the Cairns Convention Centre back of house areas to learn more about the operations and procedures within a large venue, including the Centre’s extensive kitchen areas.
The Cairns Convention Centre were recently proud hosts of the International Conference on Photonic Electronic and Atomic Collisions (ICPEAC). The conference, began in New York in 1958 and has only been held in Australia twice in its near 60 year history. It is one of the two main Atomic Physics world conferences.
MEDIA RELEASE Cairns Convention Centre Receives Global Innovation Award Cairns Convention Centre has been awarded the International Association of Convention Centre's (AIPC) Innovation Award (Delegate’s Choice) for their 20th birthday gift made from recycled steel, salvaged during the Centre’s roof replacement. The gift was designed by local indigenous artist [...]
MEDIA RELEASE $176M Expansion and Upgrade for Cairns Convention Centre The Cairns Convention Centre welcomes Queensland Treasurer, Curtis Pitt’s announcement made in the recent state budget, of funding for planning to commence on the upgrade and expansion of the Convention Centre. The $176 million expansion includes refurbishment of the [...]
MEDIA RELEASE Cairns Convention Centre’s Digital Displays to Benefit Organisers The Cairns Convention Centre has completed the installation of two state of the art, high resolution outdoor displays and two large indoor digital signs. The indoor digital signage is located within the exhibition area providing clients opportunities to generate [...]