The Adelaide Airport is situated 7km from the CBD and major hotels. Skylink minibuses run between the airport and major city hotels every half hour from 7.00am to 10.00pm (hourly on weekends).
To make a booking please visit their website http://www. skylinkadelaide.com. Taxis from the airport to the Adelaide Convention Centre will cost approximately $25. Public transport is also available.
The Adelaide Convention Centre operates both the Riverbank and North Terrace car parks, which are open 24 hours, 7 days a week.
Entry is via North Terrace. Early bird parking is available if entry is prior to 9.30am and departure prior to 6.30pm. Beyond 6.30pm casual parking charges will apply.
Dietary & Mobility Needs
When you register, please notify the Secretariat of any special dietary requirements or mobility disabilities.
Registration Desk & Check In
The Conference registration desk will be situated in Foyer H of the Adelaide Convention Centre. It will be open for check in and on-site registration on Monday 9th July to Friday 13th July from 8.00am.
Trading hours are generally Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.30pm, Saturday 9.00am to 5.00pm and Sunday 11.00am to 5.00pm. Adelaide shops in Rundle Mall and Rundle Street are open every Friday until 9.00pm and many are open week nights until 7.00pm.
Adelaide suburban stores have late night shopping every Thursday until 9.00pm.
Transport in Adelaide
Easy access to the Adelaide Convention Centre, and around the Adelaide CBD, is available by tram (free around the CBD). A tram stop is located at the front of the Adelaide Convention Centre, and trams run approximately every 15 minutes.
Dining in Adelaide
In Adelaide, you’ll find entire streets devoted to dining. These ‘eat streets’ are a mix of cafes, pubs and restaurants. Gouger Street is the gateway to the Adelaide Central Market and the exotic, bustling mall and foodhalls of Chinatown. Take a fiveminute stroll and you’ll be embarking on a world tour of restaurants. Traditional Thai, Vietnamese, Malaysian and Japanese, Asian fusion, noodle bars, regional Chinese and yum cha, French and Argentine cuisine, and a number of first-rate seafood restaurants are just some of the choices.
Rundle Street, in Adelaide’s East End, has a popular casual atmosphere and is recommended for lunch and night dining. It’s bursting with alfresco dining - a vibrant food, wine and coffee experience not to be missed. O’Connell Street and Melbourne Street are fashionable dining locations in North Adelaide, five minutes drive north of the city.
An Exhibition will be held in conjunction with the Australian Statistical Conference.
The Exhibition will be held in Hall K at the Adelaide Convention Centre. The morning, afternoon teas, lunches and Welcome Reception will be served in this area.
Name Badges & Tickets
Name badges and delegate satchels will be provided at the Registration Desk located in the Adelaide Convention Centre Foyer. Admission to all sessions, morning and afternoon teas, lunches and the Welcome Reception is by name badge only. The Conference Dinner will be admittance by ticket.
Please complete the section of the online registration form relating to privacy if you do not wish your personal information to be included in the published Delegate List, which will be circulated to all delegates and exhibitors at the Conference.