Sydney entertainment centre is one of Australia's largest and most versatile indoor live concert and sports venues with the ability to transform its arena into several different configurations, ranging in capacity from 500 up to 13,00.
In 1983 Chinatown welcomed the advent of the Sydney Entertainment Centre into the precinct of Haymarket, bringing an era of entertainment and prosperity.
Built at a cost of $42 million by John Holland construction, the Sydney Entertainment Centre is the biggest complex purpose built for entertainment by the NSW Government since the Sydney opera House. The Sydney Entertainment Centre, a now beloved and iconic venue for Sydney-siders, opened its door to the public on May 1st, 1983 bringing a more modern brand of live music to Sydney's CBD.
These days over 8.5 million people visit the entertainment and market space of Haymarket annually, the Sydney Entertainment centre has truly found its pulsating heartbeat in the city's core.