Woods Bagot’s design for the new Adelaide Convention Centre West is part of a AUD 3 billion of investment in the wider district, providing links to the riverbank, health and entertainment precincts.
Bringing extensive knowledge of the site gained from the previous Adelaide Convention Centre (ACC) expansion in 2001 and global expertise in convention centre design, Woods Bagot in conjunction with Vx3 has designed a centre that will provide international delegates with a reference to local culture as a catalyst to promote tourism for the state.
The ACC is designed to operate as a single, unified facility or as three stand-alone venues with dedicated arrival points and distinct identities. Stage 1 (West) expands the facility over active railway lines to create a new city edge, while the design references regional geological forms, stratification and colours.
This expansion also incorporates interconnecting meeting rooms, flexible plenary halls and function facilities.