Festivals and Events

Tjungu Indigenous Cultural Festival returns to Ayers Rock Resort

The acclaimed Tjungu Festival is returning to Ayers Rock Resort on 26-29 April 2018. In its fifth consecutive year, this vibrant celebration of Australian Indigenous culture features… Read more »

Interactive art set to surprise and delight at Festival 2018 Gold Coast

An enormous moon sculpture, an interactive playground of illuminated musical see-saws and beach karaoke are among the public artworks set to surprise and delight everyone from 4-15… Read more »

Australian Open Australia’s most popular summer sporting event

On the back of the record breaking attendance of 743,667 at this year’s Slam, the 2018 Australian Open tennis tournament was a smash hit on and off… Read more »

Australian event company ranked in top 20 globally

Melbourne event company Creative Universe has been ranked among the top 20 event organisers and agencies around the world as part of the newly released Eventex All-Stars… Read more »

Norwest Productions named as Official Ceremonies Audio System provider for the Gold Coast 2018

Leading event audio company Norwest Productions, part of the NW Group, has been named Official Ceremonies Audio System provider for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018)…. Read more »

Laservision blends technology and art to create world-class customer experiences in Dubai

Following the 46th UAE National Day on the 2nd of December—a celebration of the UAE’s Union Day between the seven emirates with a plethora of world class… Read more »

AccorHotels announced as major partner for Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras 2018

AccorHotels is proud to announce it is a Major Partner and the Official & Exclusive Accommodation Partner for the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Season for… Read more »

‘Crowd science’ could keep Aussies safer at festivals this summer

The emerging discipline of ‘crowd science’ could help keep thousands of Aussies safer this summer as they attend festivals, concerts and trade shows. That’s according to CQUniversity… Read more »

Should Australian event managers become “first responders”

by Trevor Connell I came across an interesting article via the US BizBash site following the latest massacre over there. In it BizBash CEO David Adler called… Read more »

The Australian Event Awards deliver the Unexpected

The Australian Event Awards dinner is usually a pretty spectacular affair with lots of pizzazz and entertainment.  So this year guests were a bit underwhelmed when they… Read more »