Sydney Conference and Training Centre is a dedicated residential Sydney conference venue, located on 9 acres of peaceful secluded gardens overlooking the ocean at Ingleside on Sydney’s Northern Beaches. Our centre is purpose-built as an ideal all-in-one conference and training facility.
Dining and Bar
From continental breakfasts through to hot buffet lunches and sumptuous 3-course dinners, our food is created to delight your taste buds and reenergize you after a full day of work! A hot and cold buffet dinner and a BBQ dinner are also available upon request.
Special dietary requirements can also be accommodated. Please discuss any special needs with us when making your booking.
When you’re involved in corporate conference, break times are just as important as those periods where you have to be busy and productive. So when you’re looking to book your venue, choose the Sydney conference centre that understands just how valuable your down time is and accommodates it. Choose the Sydney Conference and Training Centre. We have varied sporting and recreational facilities when you need to take a break:
Discover the splendour of Palm Beach, from glittering blue waters and golden sands to towering pines and magnificent vistas at Barren joey Head, Sydney’s northernmost seaside point. You’ll enjoy a fun range of water sports, iconic heritage, ferry rides, romantic cruises and waterside restaurants
The Baha’i House of Worship in Sydney, also known as the Baha’i Temple, stands as a symbol of the oneness of humanity. It is a place of worship open to people of all beliefs.
Warriewood Square (previously known as Centro Warriewood) is a shopping centre in the suburb of Warriewood in the Northern Beaches region of Sydney.
Here is a very short walk which takes you to a lovely little waterfall, and it’s so easy to find. Irrawong Waterfall is in North Narrabeen, very close to Warriewood Square and also to the beautiful boardwalks of the Warriewood Wetlands. and also Warriewood Valley Playground.
Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park
Established in 1894, Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park is Australia’s second oldest national park. Located only 25km north of the Sydney CBD, it is a popular weekend recreation destination for Sydney residents as well as for tourists.