National Wine Centre of Australia Keeps Adelaide Busy With Events

The National Wine Centre of Australia is gearing up for a busy October and November with five business events comprising three national, one international and one state conference set to take place over a six-week period.  The events, including the Australian & New Zealand College of Anaesthetists (ANZCA) Conference, the Australasian Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (AuSPEN) Conference and the International Fungal Cell Wall Conference span the medical, agricultural, health, environment and commerce sectors, and will see around 1000 delegates pass through the National Wine Centre over this period.
The venue which was recently awarded ‘Best Caterer’ overall and ‘Best Function/Conference Cater’ for the second consecutive year at the SA Restaurant and Catering Awards is taking a proactive step forward toward further increasing its share of Adelaide’s business events market with the appointment of former long term Adelaide Convention Centre Manager of Event Planning, Jo Wood. 
Six pillarless function rooms with abundant natural light (and blackout options) offer event managers a 10 to 1000 delegate capacity with inhouse a/v facilities, easy access and load in, an expert events team and award winning and fully flexible catering options. 

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