The Conference will be held in Sydney, NSW, Australia.
Sydney is home to beautiful beaches, iconic buildings, historic landmarks, award-winning restaurants, and a uniquely vibrant culture. Sydney extends north and south of the harbour in a golden chain of easy-to-reach, inner-city beaches. All of its attributes lie within easy reach of the city centre. Sydney’s harbour is its natural playground, the dominant factor in so much of what the city has to offer. The city has a wide-ranging cultural life, dynamic food scene and vibrant cityscape of outstanding contemporary and colonial architecture. Iconic beaches and five major national parks deliver unforgettable experiences.
For further information on Sydney please visit www.sydney.com
Top ten things to do in Sydney
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20 Free things to do in Sydney
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Getting to Sydney
You can fly to Sydney directly from many international airports and other Australian capital cities and from many major regional airports. Otherwise, you need to fly to the state capital and transfer to a Sydney flight. Sydney can be reached within an hour and a half from Melbourne and Brisbane, 45 minutes from Canberra and just under four hours from Perth and Alice Springs. Sydney’s main airport is located 15 minutes south of the CBD at Botany Bay. Airport transfers are readily available from the airport and there is a regular train service straight to the city.
Much work has been done to the Pacific Highway making for a more enjoyable drive from the north and the Hume Highway and the Federal Highway to the south are excellent roads.
Busses arrive in Sydney regularly at the Bus Depot located at Central Station and can offer a convenient, budget way of getting to Sydney from other centres within Australia
Interstate and intercity trains arrive regularly at Central Station. For fare and timetable information visit the NSW Government’s Countrylink web site.
Luna Park is located at Milsons Point, under the northern end of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. It’s super easy to get to by train, ferry, bus or car. To plan your trip and view public transport timetables visit www.131500.com.au or call 131 500
Know when to fly and buy
When booking your airfare to attend the conference, try using the mobile app “Hopper”. Hopper will give you an accurate prediction about when your flight will be the cheapest.
Visas to Australia
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Luna Park, Sydney
Opened in 1935 Luna Park is a classic part of Australian history, with its world-famous façade and magnificent locale on the shores of Sydney Harbour it is an Australian icon.
Luna Park boasts premier event space on the Harbour. The Crystal Palace Venues at Luna Park Sydney offers exceptional views of Sydney Harbour, Lavender Bay and Balmain combined with the magical harbour side surrounds of this iconic setting. The Big Top is designed to offer extreme flexibility and state of the art technology.
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Milsons Point, Sydney NSW