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The sheer diversity of Australia's offer across its regions, beaches and cities means there is appeal for groups of all kinds, as Paul Oswell reports.
SYDNEY & MELBOURNE FOR NIGHTLIFE
For young incentive groups looking to party till dawn, a twin-centre trip taking in both Sydney and Melbourne is ideal. Sydney has its fair share of chic bars and cocktail lounges, but for an authentic taste of old Sydney, groups of up to 135 can head out on a historical pub tour of the Rocks district, complete with a knowledgeable guide. For a memorable evening incentive, groups can also head out on the water, something that P&MM sales director Susan Sexton, recommends. 'The quintessential incentive activity would be a twilight sailing regatta around Sydney Harbour,' she says. 'You're surrounded by outstanding scenery, sparkling water and world-famous iconic landmarks.'
Meanwhile, over in Melbourne, the 55th floor of the Rialto Towers is the place to take in the sunset and a gala dinner, with Port Phillip Bay beneath and the mountains in the distance. For arty, opulent surroundings, head to the Arts Centre on Melbourne's famous St Kilda Road boulevard for drinks. Groups can also dine under the …