Adelaide Convention Centre

The venue will be the Adelaide Convention Centre, a world class facility which ranks in the top 10 convention centres in the world, and is within walking distance of a full range of accommodation, the city centre and its amenities.


Great food, fine wine, a sense of history and the good life can be found in the elegant City of Adelaide – the capital of South Australia and home to more than a million people. Adelaide boasts more restaurants per capita than any other city in Australia. It is also known as the wine capital of Australia with six of the ten top Australian wines made within a few hours drive of the city.

Adelaide is one of the best planned cities in the world, laid out on a square mile grid pattern, interspersed with squares and surrounded by a garland of Park Lands. Adelaide is an easy city to get around - the compact city centre means that delegates are never far away from convention facilities, accommodation, restaurants and shopping. Most facilities are conveniently located near one another and all are within walking distance.

Adelaide’s cultural boulevard, North Terrace, is home to the Art Gallery of South Australia, the Bradman Cricket Museum and the South Australian Museum: home to one of the largest collections of Indigenous Australian artifacts in the world. The Conference will be held on Kaurna lands and we acknowledge their traditional ownership.

Adelaide is also the gateway to a range of regional touring experiences: these include the wine-growing areas of the Barossa, McLaren Vale, Clare Valley and Coonawarra; the adventure of the Outback with the Flinders Ranges and Aboriginal Dreaming; and the unspoilt beauty of Kangaroo Island.

For further information on Adelaide and South Australia please visit the South Australia Tourism website