Waratahs Rugby Business Centre

Waratahs Rugby is a high performance, innovative organisation and a leader in Australian sport. Conveniently located in the city's historic sporting precinct, the IBM Centre lies in the shadows of the Sydney Cricket Ground and Sydney Football Stadium, just ten minutes from the CBD and 20 minutes from the airport.

And now you have the opportunity to experience the ultimate professional environment by hosting your next conference or meeting at the Waratahs Rugby Business Centre.

Combine your meeting with an inner sanctum tour of the players’ quarters and training facilities, and provide your staff or clients with the opportunity to meet the NSW Waratahs as they share their insights into life as a professional athlete.

Our premium boardroom comfortably seats up to 20 people and can be tailored for more intimate groups. This inspiring venue features significant natural light with views to the Sydney CBD and full audio-visual facilities.

Waratahs Rugby Business Centre includes:

  • Audio-visual equipment
  • Data projector
  • Printing whiteboard
  • Document printing and secretarial services
  • Air conditioning
  • Access to kitchen for tea/coffee supplies
  • Catering on request

Flexible packages can be tailored to suit your needs. For more information on packages and facilities or to book a unique off-site corporate experience, please contact Asher Morris on 02 9323 3391 or amorris@waratahsrugby.com.au.

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