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Venue

The Conference will be held in the brand new boutique extension to the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC) which provides flexible, well-designed spaces for both the conference sessions and trade exhibition.

BCEC is a world-class venue that has received many accolades including 118 major industry awards.  BCEC has been named Australia’s Best Function/Convention Centre Caterer by Restaurant & Catering Australia for the third time and Australia’s Caterer of the Year 2011.

Located in Brisbane’s unique South Bank precinct, the venue allows delegates to enjoy lush subtropical parklands, Australia’s only sand and swimming beach in the heart of a city as well as cosmopolitan cafes, restaurants, bars and boutiques.  South Bank is also the cultural hub of Brisbane and home to the acclaimed Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA) and the innovative State Library of Queensland.

BCEC and South Bank are within a short walk of Brisbane’s CBD and are accessible using a wide range of public transport including train, bus, CityCat and the smaller cross-river ferries – http://www.bcec.com.au/destination/brisbane/getting-around-brisbane.aspx

There is a wealth of accommodation of varying styles close to BCEC including 27 hotels within 2 kilometres of the venue – http://www.bcec.com.au/destination/brisbane/accommodation.aspx

Further information about the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre is available at – www.bcec.com.au

For more information about the unique experiences South Bank offers visit – www.visitsouthbank.com.au

 

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