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Acrobatic flair at Hyatt Regency Sydney

Acrobats and DJs helped to bring Hyatt Regency Sydney’s ballroom to life for the hotel’s launch party on March 9.

Having completed an A$250 million (about US$191m) upgrade, the hotel is now Australia’s largest five-star property with 892 rooms.

The evening’s entertainment included an aerial acrobatic performance, making use of the newly installed dynamic rigging points, as well as music from MC, singer and radio personality David Campbell.

Kitchen stations ranged from Tuna carving to a cheese tasting station.


Submitted on 27 Mar 2017
 
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