Incentive and conference planners have a choice of 18 iconic cultural
attractions that celebrate Australia’s diverse ethnic, historic,
cultural and sporting influences.
Members of Cultural Attractions of Australia (CAOA) range from UNESCO
World-Heritage listed locations such as Tasmania’s Port Arthur Historic
Site to sporting arenas such as the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Museums
and galleries include the Museum of Old and New Art in Tasmania and the
National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne, whilst the Sydney Opera House
and the Arts Centre Melbourne showcase renowned performance spaces.
Beyond venues, the collective includes experiences such as yoga
sessions conducted atop the Adelaide Oval’s Western Stand rooftop; High
Tea at Australia’s Parliament House in Canberra; ‘wing walking’ at the
Qantas Founders Museum in Longreach, Queensland; dining beneath the
immense skeleton of a 124-year-old blue whale at Western Australia’s WA
Museum Boola Bardip; cruising on Sydney Harbour aboard the Edwardian
steam yacht Ena; or sailing on one of the world’s rarest replica tall
ships, the Duyfken.
CAOA members aim to provide versatile ideas for conference social
programmes, accompanying partner activities, teambuilding concepts or
ultimate rewards for incentive high-achievers.
“We believe our members and the venues and experiences they represent
are a perfect fit for business events and deliver a range of inspiring
and refreshingly new options for planners who seek to deliver events
with impact,” says Annabel Sullivan, Executive Officer of CAOA.
CAOA provides a one-stop source of creative ideas to enhance business
events, with dedicated website pages to address planning queries.
Assistance provided by CAOA includes lists of experience and venue
options; activity and function ideas; access to member images and
introductions to business event specialists within its member