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Gallagher Convention Centre

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Gallagher Convention Centre

Gallagher Convention Centre
Gallagher Convention Centre
Address 19 Richards Drive Midrand, Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa
Location Johannesburg, South Africa
Opened 1995
Former names
Gallagher Estates
Theatre seating
Enclosed space
 • Ballroom 500[1]

Gallagher Convention Centre is a convention centre in Midrand, Johannesburg, South Africa and is the seat of the Pan-African Parliament.[2][3]

Marking its first time, Gallagher Convention Centre was the host venue for the Miss World 2009 Grand Coronation Night.


  1. ^ a b "The 'big four' conference centres".  
  2. ^ "Contact Us".  
  3. ^ Dlamini, Ndaba (2004-09-19). "Pan African Parliament opens at Gallagher Estate".  
Preceded by
Sandton Convention Centre
Johannesburg, South Africa
Miss World Venue
Succeeded by
Crown of Beauty Theatre
Sanya, China PR
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