Hamilton Island is the ultimate conference destination. The spectacular island location has facilities to cater for up to 1000 delegates and a permanent team of professional conference consultants are at your disposal to help you with the arrangements. As Hamilton Island has its own airport it is so easy to get all your delegates together in one place. There is a range of apartment and hotel room styles to choose from as well as kids and partners activities and facilities. An island hotel is the perfect setting for all types of corporate events, product launches and incentives for your staff and business associates.
There are many different styles of conference and meeting rooms to choose from depending on numbers of delegates and styles of surroundings that may be required. These range from the main conference center, a number of different meeting rooms, a board room, the Endeavor room, the Phoenix room, the Bougainvillea Marquee, and the Outrigger area. All have a different feel and can accommodate different number of delegates. There are also plenty of options for different dinner ideas. Try the marina street party or the islander night to add spice to your conference. Kids are all well looked after during your conference with plenty of activities to occupy them.
Team activities can include maxi sailing, or high speed sailing on the resorts “Adreniline Rush” fast catamaran. Jet ski riding, scuba diving, fishing charters or a private luxury charter boat cruising the magnificent Whitsunday Passage are all among the options for you to choose from to entertain your delegates during your stay. The new international standard, Peter Thomson designed 18 hole championship Golf course now under operating on nearby Dent Island will ad a whole new dimension to your conference activities. You will need heaps of help to arrange and exercise your Hamilton Island conference so give us a call and let’s get started.
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