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The 2018 IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference will be held in the International Convention Centre Sydney.
Featuring a striking contemporary design, leading technology and multipurpose spaces, ICC Sydney caters for the needs of conventions, exhibitions and events well into the future.
ICC Sydney guests can experience sweeping views from an open air event deck, a spectacular new ballroom and ultramodern theatres, rooms and event spaces.
ICC Sydney presents Australia’s first fully-integrated convention, exhibition and entertainment centre, emphasising Sydney as one of the world’s most desirable business meeting destinations. The venue brings people together in an inspiring destination that helps them step away from their everyday environment and think openly and creatively.
ICC Sydney is at the heart of its very own harbour waterfront precinct, set amongst green spaces, restaurants, retail and a vibrant public domain on Darling Harbour, yet only a moments walk to Australia's largest city centre and surrounding knowledge, creative and cultural quarters.
At the centre of the city's intellectual precincts, ICC Sydney opens with the city centre to its east, financial district to its north, educational precincts and the city's most prolific startup hub to its south as well as key media and cultural facilities to its west.
International Convention Centre Sydney
14 Darling Drive
Sydney, NSW 2000
The Goods Line is a shared pedestrian and cycle path, and green public space, connecting Ultimo with Darling Harbour.
It's surrounded by some of Sydney's most important cultural, educational and media institutions.
The line provides a traffic-free, accessible thoroughfare from Central Station to Darling Harbour. It connects more than 80,000 tertiary students, locals and visitors to the many major attractions of Sydney's much-loved Darling Harbour. From Central, follow the signed for the South Concourse and UTS through the Devonshire Street tunnel, beneath George Street and continue to Ultimo Rd.