Venue and Host City

Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre

GCCEC ExteriorThe Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre will play host to the 19th International Symposium on Recent Advances in Otitis Media (RAOM) in 2017.

The Centre officially opened in June 2004, providing the Gold Coast with its first and Queensland with its third convention centre. The Centre features a Main Arena, Exhibition Halls, and Meeting Rooms catering for 10 to 6000 people. It is Australia’s largest regional convention centre, capable of handling corporate and association conferences and meetings, national and international incentives, banquets, exhibitions, concerts, sporting and special events.

This location right in the heart of the Gold Coast will allow delegates the opportunity to combine business with vacation.

Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre
Cnr Gold Coast Highway & TE Peters Drive
Queensland 4218
Ph: +61 7 5504 4000
Fax: +61 7 5504 4001

Gold Coast
Host City

The name says it all. The Gold Coast is a city touched by gold with a mild subtropical climate delivering blue skies almost year round. With more than 300 days of sunshine every year, visitors enjoy wonderfully mild winters, warm autumns and springs and sun-drenched summers.

Famous for an unrivalled range of entertainment and attractions, the Gold Coast is known as Australia’s favourite playground. The attractions of the Gold Coast are diverse and colourful in nature: beaches with unique beauty, fantastic foreshore areas and walks, a high-rise dominated skyline, exhilarating theme parks and a world heritage rainforest waiting for your exploration. It is true that the Gold Coast is home to the largest subtropical rainforest remnant in the world and more than 100,00ha of nature reserves and world heritage.

The Gold Coast is home to seven of Australia’s best theme parks, 600 restaurants and cafes, Queensland’s largest shopping centre, over 70 kilometres of pristine coastline as well as an abundance of natural and cultural wonders.

Now with the G:Link, the Gold Coast’s new light rail system it is easier than ever to explore the surrounding area. For more information about the G:Link click here.

The Symposium will be held in June, the start of the whale watching season on the Gold Coast. Personally experience the majestic creatures of the sea. Come to visit the Gold Coast in June and experience the wonderfully mild winter of the Southern Hemisphere.











For more information on the Gold Coast, including attractions and events please visit the following websites: