NCIE Conference

A world class facility for the whole community. 

Culturally infused corporate conferencing in the heart of Sydney. 

About Us

Over 40,000 years of experience in hospitality

EORA Conference is part of the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence’s (NCIE) landmark cultural establishment ideally located in the heart of Redfern. Situated just over 1km from Sydney’s city centre, EORA Conference delivers state of the art facilities with an Indigenous flavour.

Our staff are formally trained to assist in delivering a memorable and enjoyable conference and our world class facilities can be uniquely tailored to meet your organisation's or corporation's needs.

All proceeds from EORA Conference are reinvested into life-changing programs for young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.

Location


The EORA Conference Facilities are located at 180 George St Redfern at the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence (NCIE). Close to the Sydney CBD and Sydney Airport, the NCIE is ideally located for interstate or international visitors and guests.

The Centre is within walking distance of Redfern train station and is close to a number of major bus lines including the 305, 308, 309 310, L09 and N11. The Centre also has wheelchair access and facilities.

Our facilities street view

Pricing

NCIE Conference offers an extensive range of conference options which can be tailored to suit the style and size of your conference or event. 

Our fully customised packages ensure that you receive the maximum benefit from your budget. Whether you are a team of 10 or a group 100 people, we will tailor a package to suit your needs.

To receive a detailed quote, please complete the Event Booking Form, or contact us for more information.

Download Capacities as a PDF.

Contact Us

To enquire about NCIE Conference facilities, catering or accommodation options, please email Bookings Coordinator or Manager Margaret Haumono  or call 02 9310 1511.

Please note our office is CLOSED over the Christmas and New Year period from Thursday 25th December 2014 to Sunday 4 January 2015.