Conference Venue

Aerial UTS Function Centre

Level 7, Building 10,
235 Jones Street,
Ultimo NSW 2007

This purpose-built conference centre has been designed to cater for up to 450 guests in a variety of configurations to suit the needs of each event. The flexibility of the function centre makes it an ideal location for a variety of events including conferences, seminars, gala dinners, cocktail parties and more. The centre plays host to spectacular views of the city with sweeping balconies and a fully equipped bar.

Welcome Reception Venue

The Mint – Sydney

10 Macquarie St,
Sydney NSW 2000

Situated in the heart of Sydney’s CBD, The Mint is Australia’s oldest surviving public building. Its striking architecture and award-winning event spaces make it an inspiring venue choice for business events, cocktail parties and dinners.

The site is part of the Historic Houses Trust and integrates contemporary architecture with carefully conserved historic building elements and archaeological remains. The former coining factory is now home to the extensive collections of the Caroline Simpson Library, open to the public and the only collection in Australia dedicated to the history of the home, including building, interiors, furnishings and gardens.

Closing Banquet Venue

Centennial Hall

Sydney Town Hall
483 George Street
Sydney NSW 2000

Located in the heart of the city, Sydney Town Hall is an iconic civic landmark which combines state-of-the-art venue facilities with spectacular heritage architecture and interior decoration. Inside, the splendour of the Vestibule and Centennial Hall offer a unique event and venue space.

The conference banquet venue is a place of historical significance for the Australian Deaf community.  Originally the site of the colony’s first cemetery, the gravesite of the first known deaf immigrant, convict Elizabeth Steel, has been located under the building, and the remains of her headstone are a feature of the Town Hall’s historical displays.

Sydney Town Hall was also the venue of an historic meeting that established a local community organisation, the Deaf Society.