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202 Glen Osmond Rd
Fullarton SA 5063

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Adelaide Convention Centre, North Terrace, Adelaide SA 5000

The multi-award winning Adelaide Convention Centre enjoys a global reputation for excellence and is consistently ranked among the world’s top convention centres. Their reputation is second to none and is founded on superior product, world-class facilities, and constant maintenance of already exceptional standards.

Elder Hall

Elder Hall is one of Australia’s finest concert halls. It is located in the heart of Adelaide in the grounds of the University of Adelaide on North Terrace. William Bragg had a close association with Elder Hall during his tenure as the Elder Professor of Physics at the University of Adelaide from 1886 to 1909. Part of the celebrated ‘boulevard of culture and learning’, Elder Hall is close to the Art Gallery, the South Australian Museum, and the State Library. The building is of historical significance and is registered by the National Trust.

Adelaide, South Australia

Adelaide provides the perfect combination of business and pleasure. Arguably the world’s best wine, food and environment are wrapped up in Australia’s most convenient city. Adelaide is the host of many international events and is known as Australia’s arts capital. It is famous for its internationally renowned wineries and as the world capital of Australia’s national gemstone, opal. The most convenient aspect of Adelaide is the closeness of facilities to each other, with the Adelaide Convention Centre close to international hotels, cafes, restaurants and shops all within walking distance.

Adelaide Zoo has been entrusted with the care of two Giant Pandas, Wang Wang and Funi, an attraction not to be missed!

Adelaide Airport

The Adelaide Airport is situated 7kms from the central business district and major hotels. Skylink minibuses run between the airport and major city hotels every half hour from 7.00am to 10.00pm (hourly on weekends) at a cost of approximately $7.00 each way. Taxis from the airport to the Adelaide Convention Centre will cost approximately $20. Public transport is also available.


The Centre operates both the Riverbank and North Terrace car parks, which are open 24 hours, 7 days a week. Entry is via North Terrace. Early bird parking is available for $10 per day if entry is prior to 9.30am and departure prior to 6.30pm. Beyond 6.30pm casual parking charges will apply.

Dietary and Mobility Needs

When you register, please notify the Secretariat of any special dietary requirements or mobility disabilities.

Shopping Hours

Trading hours are generally Monday to Friday 9am–5.30pm, Saturday 9am–5pm and Sunday 11am–5pm.

Adelaide shopping in Rundle Mall and Rundle Street are open every Friday until 9pm and many are open week nights until 7pm.

Adelaide suburban stores have late night shopping every Thursday until 9pm.

Transport in Adelaide

Easy access to the Adelaide Convention Centre, and around the Adelaide CBD is available by tram (free around the CBD). A tram stop is located at the front from the Adelaide Convention Centre, and run approximately every 15 minutes.

Dining in Adelaide

In Adelaide, you’ll find entire streets devoted to dining. These ‘eat streets’ are a mix of cafes, pubs and restaurants. Gouger Street is the gateway to the Adelaide Central Market and the exotic, bustling mall and foodhalls of Chinatown. Take a five-minute stroll and you’ll be embarking on a world tour of restaurants. Traditional Thai, Vietnamese, Malaysian and Japanese, Asian fusion, noodle bars, regional Chinese and yum cha, French and Argentine cuisine, and a number of first-rate seafood restaurants.

Rundle Street, in Adelaide’s East End, has a popular casual atmosphere and is recommended for lunch and night dining. It’s bursting with alfresco dining – a vibrant food, wine and coffee experience not to be missed. O’Connell Street and Melbourne Street are fashionable dining locations in North Adelaide, five minutes drive north of the city.