The Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre provides paid car parking on site for delegates.
Catering and Dietary Requirements
Full catering will be provided each day which includes morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea. Please ensure you clearly indicate any dietary requirements/allergies during registration in order for us to make the necessary arrangements.
Certificate of Attendance
We will be providing a Certificate of Attendance for all delegates attending this Conference.
The climate of Australia varies widely due to its large geographical size, but by far the largest part of Australia is desert or semi-arid.
Summer: December – February
- Autumn (Fall): March – May
- Winter: June – August
- Spring: September – November
Australia’s “most liveable city”, Brisbane is the capital of Queensland, the Sunshine State. While Brisbane is a vibrant but relaxed city with so much to see and do, it is also the gateway to the sun, surf and beaches of the Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast. The weather in Brisbane is comfortable and sub-tropical. The city of Brisbane enjoys a very enviable climate of brilliant hot summers and clear mild winters. These enticing attributes ensure that Brisbane is idyllic for visitors all year round. Seasons in Australia are the reverse of North America and Europe. For example, Christmas day usually spent at the beach or around the pool with a cool drink in hand! Summer is December to February, Autumn (fall) March to May, Winter June to August, and Spring September to November. Average Temperatures: Summer: 29C maximum (84F), 21C minimum (70F); Winter: 22C maximum (72F), 10C minimum (50F). Water Temperature: Summer 25C (77F), Winter 19C (66F). For more information see www.bom.gov.au
The general Conference attire is smart casual for all sessions while the dress code for the Conference Dinner is Business wear.
The conference organisers can provide an invitation letter to assist delegate obtain visa’s to attend the conference. Should you wish to request a certificate of attendance please email the conference secretariat [email protected] you full name, company, address, email address and passport number.
Location and Visitor Information
Brisbane’s excellent transport infrastructure makes it relatively easy to get from point A to point Z and virtually anywhere in between with minimal interruptions or changes. Buses, trains, CityCat Ferries, hire cars, taxis and even water taxis are all available at regular intervals throughout the day and night and there’s little chance of you being stuck in the middle of nowhere and no way to get home. The Queensland Government’s transport website TransLink, provides a detailed trip planning guide with fare calculators, timetables and suggestions on the best way to get between (almost) any two points in Queensland, right down to how far you have to walk to the bus stop. Translink Website: http://translink.com.au Yellow Cabs website with taxi fare calculator: http://yellowcab.com.au Click here for more information on Brisbane
Your official conference name badge must be worn at all times, as it is your entry to all sessions and functions. Delegates not wearing their name badge will be refused entry.
Please note that only credit card payments will be accepted for this event. All bank charges have to be included in your payment otherwise your registration will not be accepted. The credit cards accepted include: Mastercard, Visa and American Express. No cash payments will be accepted. Common currency converters can be found here for your use:
People with Special Needs
Every effort is made to ensure people with special needs are catered for. Should you require any specific assistance, please contact the conference secretariat.
Please note that smoking is only allowed in designated areas around the conference venue, please check with the conference venue staff and strictly follow the signs available.
Airlines Qantas: http://www.qantas.com.au – 13 13 13 Virgin Blue: http://www.virginblue.com.au – 13 67 89 Car Hire Avis – http://www.avis.com.au Thrifty – http://www.thrifty.com.au Hertz – http://www.hertz.com.au Europcar – http://www.europcar.com.au Getting Around Brisbane Brisbane’s excellent transport infrastructure makes it relatively easy to get from point A to point Z and virtually anywhere in between with minimal interruptions or changes. Buses, trains, CityCat Ferries, hire cars, taxis and even water taxis are all available at regular intervals throughout the day and night and there’s little chance of you being stuck in the middle of nowhere and no way to get home.
If you are an international attendee to Australia you need to apply for a business visitor visa. The passport which you hold determines whether you can apply online, or if you need to lodge a paper-based application. The following information will help you identify the right visa and application process applicable to you. Click here for more information
The ASEC 2016 Conference including the Conference organisers will not accept liability for the damages of any nature sustained by participants or their accompanying persons for loss or damage to their personal property as a result of ASEC 2016 Conference or related events.