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• Complimentary Wi-Fi for delegates
• Complimentary data projector
Our dedicated suite of 11 versatile meeting rooms, two magnificent ballrooms and flexible event
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The precinct will soon be open for
business, with the Metropolitan
Redevelopment Authority (MRA) calling for
expressions of interest from event organisers
looking to host events in the public realm of
the site from early 2016.
The 10-hectre Elizabeth Quay project will
reconnect the Swan River with Perth’s CBD
with a contemporary riverfront that
incorporates residential and retail space,
cultural attractions, a 204-room Ritz Carlton
hotel, and seven (five permanent and two
temporary sites) outdoor event spaces.
“We are welcoming expressions of interest
from event holders for both large and small
scale events of a community or corporate
nature – such as festivals, concerts, outdoor
exhibitions, charity events, installations,
markets and performance,” MRA chief
executive, Kieran Kinsella said.
“There are a range of very unique spaces
within Elizabeth Quay which will be activated
year-round, enabling people to enjoy
completely different experiences at each
“We are also interested in hearing from
mobile business operators that can offer
something unique for visitors to enjoy when
the public realm opens at Elizabeth Quay
later this year,” Mr Kinsella said.
There will be 1.5 hectares of promenade
space linking a series of public parks and
spaces around the new inlet to the island - a
more relaxed space with views back to the
city. The promenade and public domain will remain free and people friendly and will be
complemented by new shops, restaurants and entertainment.
Outdoor locations for hire include:
• The Landing – the primary public event space with spectacular inlet views
• Eastern Promenade – connections to the island and in close proximity to Barrack Street Jetty
• Western Promenade – includes Williams Landing with steps down to the water’s edge
• The Inlet – a unique opportunity to host events on the water
• Barrack Square – a revitalised space in the heart of the Barrack Street Jetty precinct
• BHP Billiton Water Park - an interactive water feature that can be drained to create an
• Sites 2 and 3 (vacant lots) – temporary blank canvas spaces suited to festival and pop up
Perth City Link
Running east-west across the heart of Perth’s city centre, this $5.3 billion transport project will
reconnect the CBD with Northbridge for the first time in 100 years, delivering improved access
and connectivity and creating strong links to the foreshore.
It involves sinking the Fremantle rail line and Wellington Street Bus Station to five new
connections between the CBD and Northbridge and a 13.5 hectare space that will include
residential, retail, entertainment and commercial opportunities; and more than four hectares of
The project is a collaboration between the three levels of government: the Federal
Government, State Government - led by the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority and the
Public Transport Authority - and the City of Perth.
In 2013, the $360m rail component of the project was completed by the Public Transport
Authority. This included station upgrades, new links between Perth Station and Perth
Underground, and the new Fremantle line rail tunnel.
The sinking of the Wellington Street Bus Station has now begun, with the new underground
station set to open in 2016.
The entire project is due for completion by 2020.
Located by the Swan River, a new multi-purpose, Perth Stadium will herald yet another chapter
in the city’s transformation.
BHP Billiton Water Park
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