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Sydney’s largest floating event venue opens for business
    2014-08-29  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    SYDNEY’S largest anchored floating venue — the Dockside Pavilion Darling Harbor — is now open.

    After more than two years of planning and eight weeks of construction, Dockside Pavilion welcomed its first guests across the gangplank in July for its first major event, the Sydney International Boat Show.

    The first venue of its kind in Australia, the structure stretches 90 meters long, 26.5 meters wide and 9.1 meters high. The combined materials of the pontoon and the pavilion structure weigh in at more than 610 tons and are kept afloat with 22 air-filled steel pods, each weighing 17 tons.

    With a capacity of up to 1,440 seated guests and 2,000 standing guests, the venue will be used for a range of large events, including private events, corporate dinners, cocktail parties, awards nights, conferences, a luxury car launch and large corporate Christmas parties.

    The pavilion structure was designed by Warwick Bell from Fabric Structure Systems in Auckland.

    It is a temporary venue, owned and operated by Dockside Group, and will remain in Darling Harbor until the completion of the new International Convention Center.(SD News)

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