Springs Convention Centre (history)
Alice Springs Convention Centre (ASPCC) opened in
2002 and quickly established itself as an important
catalyst for driving business tourism in Central Australia.
A joint initiative of the Northern Territory Government
and Lasseters Hotel Casino (LHC) but partially funded
by the Northern Territory Government, the ASPCC is
the only purpose-built Convention and Exhibition Centre
in Central Australia.
ASPCC caters for every kind of event from small meetings
and conferences to exhibitions, gala award dinners,
weddings and other celebrations, annually sponsoring
more than 52 charity events each year.
between the MacDonnell Ranges and Todd Riverbed, ASPCC
is only 1.8 kilometres from the towns CBD. One
of the attractions of Alice Springs is that it is
almost equidistant from every capital city in Australia
and the Convention Centre is a convenient 10-kilometre
ride from the airport.
ASPCC is a dedicated Convention Centre and while its
contemporary architecture reflects the colours of
the Red Centre and the rustic appeal of outback Australia,
dont be fooled this facility is equipped with
state of the art technology, best practice environmental
controls and excellent quality service delivery.
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