ICC Sydney is located in the Cockle Bay precinct of Darling Harbour, just a ten minute walk from the very heart of Sydney. Tip for out-of-towners: take a pleasant stroll across the historic pedestrians-only Pyrmont Bridge.
Featuring a striking contemporary design, leading technology and multipurpose spaces, the recently redeveloped centre is a beacon of innovation, learning and entertainment, connecting and celebrating leaders of invention, business, governance and the arts.CEBIT Australia will be held in halls 6 and 7.
Excite the senses in the heart of Sydney.
From blockbuster events to unique dining experiences, Sydney’s centre is a pleasure spot. Take a cruise past the Sydney Opera House, climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge for spectacular views or cool off with a cocktail at a waterfront bar or restaurant. Next to the Sydney Opera House is the Royal Botanic Garden, a tranquil oasis that offers pure serenity.
The palatial Queen Victoria Building and stylish Strand Arcade are a shopper’s paradise, and you’ll find unforgettable exhibitions in the nearby galleries and museums. You can also explore cobblestone lanes in The Rocks, where you will find Australia’s oldest pubs, or visit Chinatown for succulent dumplings.
With some of Australia’s best produce at hand, Sydney is a melting pot of authentic flavours and mouth-watering cuisines. Discover local delicacies and produce, fresh from farmlands and orchards, at Sydney’s farmer’s markets. Another delicious way to experience Sydney is with a food tour or cooking school. Gourmet tours run from flavoursome Chinatown to bustling food precincts and hidden dining gems. Cooking schools also offer classes on everything from seafood and making your own pasta to sizzling Asian cuisine. Inspire yourself by sampling innovative creations at one of Sydney’s many gourmet dining experiences.