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Adelaide Convention Centre

The AGCC 2018 will be held at the Adelaide Convention Centre. The Adelaide Convention Centre is conveniently located in the heart of the city centre and nestled within the beauty of the Riverbank Precinct, surrounded by parklands and the River Torrens.

Close proximity to the medical hub, entertainment, cultural and sport precinct, the Centre is a short walk to international and boutique hotels and accommodation. Public transport, the Adelaide Railway Station and a taxi ramp are on our doorstep. The international airport is just seven kilometres from the Centre, with quick and easy access by taxi.

Adelaide Convention Centre
North Terrace, Adelaide,
South Australia 5000,
Australia

Telephone +61 8 8212 4099
Facsimile +61 8 8212 5101
www.adelaidecc.com.au

Adelaide

Adelaide is bursting with culture, flavours, events and entertainment. Taste your way through world-famous wine regions only minutes away from the city, soak up the sun at a pictureperfect metropolitan beach, join the party at Adelaide’s immersive festivals and events, or spend the night exploring its thriving restaurant and bar scene. There’s a world of experiences right at your fingertips.

Adelaide is a one-stop destination for culture-rich city life, world-class wine and unbeatable gourmet produce. From the hills, to the city, to the sea, there’s so much, so close to Adelaide

and it’s all yours to enjoy. Adelaide’s city streets are overflowing with boutique bars and world-class restaurants. Some of the best places to grab a bite can be found on Gouger Street, Rundle Street and King William Road. Leigh Street, Peel Street and Ebenezer Place are small bar hotspots, with some of the coolest places tucked away in basements, behind secret doors and down unmarked alleyways. Adelaide has been recognised as one of the Great Wine Capitals of the World – a network of nine major global cities that share a common feature: their internationally renowned wine regions. With 200 stunning cellar doors only a short drive away from the city centre and 18 world-renowned wine regions nearby, it’s no surprise why. With so many exceptional beaches, so close to the city, Adelaide’s sand and surf are virtually inescapable. From Brighton’s meandering esplanade to Glenelg’s beachside café culture, you’re never too far from the pristine coast. Jump in the car, chuck on your bathers and within the hour you’ll be sprawled on a towel in the sun at Semaphore or perfecting your freestyle at Henley.

Adelaide is renowned for its creative culture and is home to many traditional and contemporary art galleries including the Art Gallery of South Australia, the David Roche Museum and the Australian Aboriginal Cultures Gallery, housing the largest collection of Australian Aboriginal artefacts in the world.

The South Australian Museum showcases some of the finest examples of the oldest known examples of complex, multicellular animal life on Earth. The new Ediacara Biota Gallery illustrates the story of the evolution of life, based on new field research where paleontologists are excavating areas of fossil seafloors and discovering new fossil sites in the Flinders Ranges. Adelaide is home to a wide range of hotels, motels and self-contained apartment accommodation. The Hilton Adelaide, Mayfair Hotel, Intercontinental and Playford Hotel are top picks, with plenty of options in the city centre, as well as hotels, motels and bed and breakfasts in surrounding suburbs.

You’ll find a smorgasbord of bustling markets around Adelaide. The most popular is the Adelaide Central Market – a local foodie institution for more than 140 years, located in the heart of the city. The Central Market is the largest undercover produce market in the Southern Hemisphere and contains hundreds of stalls selling food from all around the world. Adelaide is a shopper’s delight. The city’s biggest and most popular shopping area is Rundle Mall with more than 700 retailers in one convenient pedestrian-friendly strip. Discover boutiques selling local designs and higher-end clothing stores on Rundle Street, one-off, luxe homewares on King William Road, 250 retailers dotted along Norwood Parade and the crème de la crème of shopping experiences at luxe Burnside Village.

Adelaide Zoo can be found on the edge of the city and provides visitors with the opportunity to get up close and personal to many animals including the only Giant Pandas in the Southern Hemisphere.

Adelaide’s weather is moderate with an average maximum winter temperature of 16°C and 28°C in summer.

Overlooking the picturesque Torrens River is the world-class Adelaide Oval, home to South Australian cricket and football. Take a tour of the hallowed grounds or take to the rooftop on a RoofClimb adventure for the perfect city vantage point.

South Australian Attractions


Australia

The world’s largest island and smallest continent – a land of incredible diversity and rich with unique visitor experiences. It’s just waiting for you to explore and you can start your journey right now at Australia’s official visitor website: www.australia.com

Visas

Unless you are a citizen of Australia or New Zealand you will need to apply for and obtain a visa prior to your journey to Australia.

For full information on Australian visas please visit the Australian Government Department of Immigration and Border Protection website: www.border.gov.au

A visa letter can be provided to registered delegates upon request, once full payment has been received. If you have registered and paid in full and require a Visa invitation letter, please contact register@ccm.com.au.