With quality venues, spectacular weather and an abundance of things to do, Fiji is the ultimate destination for your organisation’s conference or meeting. From small island getaways to international-style mainland resorts, Fiji has your conference and incentive needs covered, no matter the budget or group size.
Only a 4 hour flight from Sydney, Fiji has a wide array of facilities and activities on offer. You and your delegates can stay at of one of Fiji’s many majestic five-star resorts, enjoying the luxurious beauty of their surroundings or you can charter a yacht for a four-day conference, stopping at some of Fiji’s many deserted white-sand, palm-studded coral isles.
When it's time for your conference, look no further than the Denarau International Convention Centre, located a short 20 minute drive from the Nadi International Airport. The centre holds up to 1,500 delegates and features modern facilities, high-tech fit-outs, five star catering and high-speed internet, allowing you to ‘disconnect’ without totally going off the grid. The Denarau Convention Centre is adjacent to Sheraton Fiji Resort, another popular venue for international or local meetings. Sheraton hotel features ballrooms, boardrooms and an outdoor garden space set amongst the lush tropical garden of Denarau Island. Sheraton's largest event space, The Golden Ballroom, holds up to 300 people for a cabaret style event. For accommodation, the hotel offers oceanfront guest rooms that sleep four people as well as a presidential suite for two.
Sheraton's five star resort complex is home to two other luxurious hotels - Sheraton Denarau Villas and The Westin Denarau Island Resort & Spa. Regardless of which property you stay, your conference or incentive participants have access to the facilities of all three resorts and the Denarau Golf & Racquet Club.
Outside of Denarau, there are still plenty of options for intimate boutique retreats. For example, The Warwick Fiji offers a small and exclusive meeting space in a dazzling location overlooking the pacific ocean. This venue can fit up to 50 people for classroom style meetings and 40 for boardroom meetings.
When your team is done for the day, you’ll find so many things to do you won’t know where to start. From snorkelling, white water rafting and kayaking to bush walks, Fiji has an endless offering of activities to keep you entertained. Other activities that conference delegates have enjoyed over the years include CSR work such as repairing school buildings, playgrounds and hospitals.
Being a tropical destination, Fiji weather is generally pleasant and fairly mild year round. However, the main difference between seasons are the wet and dry seasonal variations. Like most tropical climates, the wet season occurs during summer where high temperatures and increased humidity lead to higher levels of precipitation and in Fiji, increased risk of cyclones. The summer wet season runs from November to March with temperatures in the low 30s and only dropping to a balmy 27 degrees overnight. Therefore, the best time to travel to Fiji would be during May to September as temperatures remain warm enough to enjoy group activities and island life. Airlines such as Qantas, JetStar, Virgin Airways and Air Vanuatu all have flights that fly directly from Australia's capital cities directly to Fiji with specials all year-round.
Fiji is fun and vibrant, with world-class accommodation and conference facilities containing everything you could want. The weather is superb, the people are friendly and the environment is like no other – a true paradise nestled in the idyllic South Pacific.
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