Auckland and Queenstown have featured in a list of the top 10 meeting destinations in Australia and Oceania, taking sixth and eighth place respectively.
Every other city featured on the list was in Australia, except for Nada, Fiji, which took tenth place.
The list was compiled by meetings, events, and hospitality technology provider Cvent, using figures collected from meeting and event booking activity across Cvent's venue sourcing sites.
Figures taken into account included the number of hotels with meeting-hosting capabilities, the number of available sleeping rooms, and the number of committable sleeping rooms functional for small meetings.
Auckland has 133 meeting hotels, 10,808 sleeping rooms, and 452 committable sleeping rooms, whilst Queenstown has 64 meeting hotels, 3,848 sleeping rooms, and 273 committable sleeping rooms.
Top of the list was Sydney, with 317 meeting hotels, 35,171 sleeping rooms, and 892 committable sleeping rooms, followed by Melbourne, Brisbane, Gold Coast, and Perth. Adelaide took 7th place, whilst Cairns came 9th.