Gladstone Entertainment and Convention Centre

Gladstone, Gladstone Area

There is always something happening at the Gladstone Entertainment and Convention Centre, situated in the heart of Gladstone! The newly redeveloped facility is one of regional Queensland's premier entertainment venues, attracting new entertainment, conferences and events never before seen in the region.

The recent expansion has seen the addition of a new multi-use convention and event floor space that will increase the venue's capacity to 1,500 standing and allow it to host larger and higher-profile events and concerts.

New flat floor spaces complement the centre's existing auditorium, which seats 674 people, allowing the entertainment centre to host multiple events at any one time.

Additional conference rooms have been added which can be configured to provide multiple spaces to host workshops, seminars and meetings. Each space is completed with the most up to date electronic, video and data displays, coupled with fibre optic and wireless internet connectivity.

Providing further event space the silk lined air-conditioned Marquee returns to its hardstand where it will be ready to host dinners, trade shows and functions.

The new Gladstone Entertainment Convention Centre delivers on its designers attention to detail to provide the city with a venue that will perform well into the future.

58 Goondoon Street
Gladstone, Gladstone Area
Queensland
Australia

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