Planning your Trip

The conference is being held in the Hawke Building at the University of South Australia’s City West campus. The Yungondi Building with it’s lovely outdoor courtyard will host the opening reception. The conference map below shows room locations (blue markers), carparks (grey markers), hotels (green markers) and meeting points for post-conference tours (purple markers). If viewing this in your phone, click on the square icon in the top right hand corner of the map to launch google maps. You can then click on any of the markers to obtain directions.

The Yungondi Building and courtyard, venue for the opening reception

Conference Hotels

Discounted rates have been negotiated with a number of hotels within walking distance of the conference, including the Saturday night for those wanting to stay for the weekend activities. Hotel details and rates can be viewed here. Accommodation can be booked during the registration process.

Getting to the Conference

Book your flight into the Adelaide Airport. From the airport, you can either use public transport or taxi to get to the city. If you wish to use public transport, Adelaide Metro offers an express double decker bus service called JetExpress between the airport and the city. Single trip tickets can be purchased from bus drivers. Get off at Stop B2 Currie Street and walk a short distance to the venue. Allow 30 minutes travel time. Fare varies depending on day/time, ranging from $3.50 – $5.40.

A taxi is a convenient way to get to and from the airport. There is a designated taxi rank located at the left of the pedestrian plaza as you walk out of the terminal. Concierges provide a safe environment and allocate taxis to passengers.  The trip will take about 15 minutes and costs around $25. There is a $3 levy added to fares for taxis leaving the airport.

If arriving by car, please view the conference map to find car park locations.

Explore Adelaide

Nestled between the hills and the sea, Adelaide is quickly becoming the lifestyle capital of Australia. Already celebrated for it wine and food culture, this elegant city is undergoing a rapid transformation with a burgeoning small-bar scene, world-class festivals and amazing eco-adventures. Widely recognized as the 20-minute city, Adelaide is easy to get to, easy to get around in and easy to love.

Check out Adelaide’s Top 10 Sights and Activities here.

Eating & Drinking

Adelaide’s restaurant and bar scene is incredibly exciting at the moment. With the best food market in Australia (in fact one of the best in the world) The Adelaide Central Market is the much-loved centre for fresh local and imported produce. The city’s best cheeses, fruits, smallgoods, olives and artisan breads are found here, and right next door is one of the best “eat streets”, Gouger Street, with a plethora of cuisines on offer. An evening wander along Gouger Street is a foodie’s delight and a total feast for the senses.

After a more specific recommendation? Why not try one of these restaurants below. Thirsty? Check in to one of Adelaide’s incredible new small bars! This guide will point you in the right direction.

Social Street S2
174a Hutt Street, Adelaide
Ranked #2 on Trip Advisor
Cuisine: Asian

Peel Street
9 Peel Street, Adelaide
Ranked #4 on Trip Advisor
Cuisine: Australian

Gaucho’s Argentinian Restaurant
91 Gouger Street, Adelaide
Ranked #15 on Trip Advisor
Cuisine: Argentinian

2KW
Level 8, 2 King William Street, Adelaide
Ranked #16 on Trip Advisor
Cuisine: Australian

Apothecary 1878
118 Hindley Street, Adelaide
Ranked #24 on Trip Advisor
Cuisine: European

Sean’s Kitchen
Station Road (Casino Building), Adelaide
Ranked #30 on Trip Advisor
Cuisine: Australian

Madame Hanoi
North Terrace (Casino Building), Adelaide
Ranked #34 on Trip Advisor
Cuisine: Asian

La Trattoria
346 King William Street, Adelaide
Ranked #38 on Trip Advisor
Cuisine: Italian