Adelaide Convention Centre is consistently ranked among the world's top convention centres. Join us in this world-class venue, located in Adelaide's vibrant Riverbank precinct, for the Australasian Neuroscience Society 34th Annual Meeting 2014.
Adelaide Convention Centre
Adelaide SA 5000
Phone +61 8 8212 4009
ADELAIDE CONVENTION CENTRE CAR PARKING
Riverbank Car Park – is accessible from King William Road and Morphett Road via Festival Drive, or it is also accessible from North Terrace via Station Road. It is located directly under the centre with access to the Centre via elevator. The car park is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and tickets can be paid for with their 6 automated payment stations that accept credit and debit cards. Surcharges do apply.
North Terrace Car Park – is accessible from North Terrace and is located directly under the centre. The car park is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and tickets can be paid for with their 3 automated payment stations that accept credit and debit cards. Surcharges do apply.
GENERAL PUBLIC RATES
For Riverbank and North Terrace car parks:
(Enter between 5:30–9:30am; exit between 2:30-6:30pm)
0-1hr $ 4.00
1-2hrs $ 8.00
3-24hrs $1 per additional hour. Maximum of $24/24hours
Adelaide is Australia's most liveable city, spectacularly located between rollling hills and pristine beaches. With a population of just over one million people, Adelaide is the “20 minute city”. The airport is only seven kilometres from the city. The Adelaide Hills and major beaches are less than half an hour away by car. Adelaide has a diverse cultural mix and a vibrant cosmopolitan culture.
The average temperatures in Adelaide during December-February range between: Max 28.3°C, Min 16.5°C January can witness increasingly hot periods with temperatures of 30°C plus, so it is important to dress and hydrate accordingly. For further information regarding weather here in Adelaide, please click here for the Bureau of Meteorology.
Here in Australia, we have a very high Ultra Violet (UV) rating, throughout much of the year. For this reason it is very important to ensure you use a sunscreen of at least SPF 30+, wear a hat and protective clothing where possible when you are outside, and drink plenty of water to avoid dehydration.
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
In the case of an emergency, call triple zero (000) for ambulance, fire or police assistance throughout Australia. If calling from a mobile phone, you may call 112.
If the required assistance is not an emergency, you may call 131 444 for police assistance.
The Skylink Airport Shuttle specialises in providing a regular scheduled bus service between Adelaide Airport and the Adelaide CBD. There are set-downs and pick-ups from most major city hotels. For more information please visit www.skylinkadelaide.com
Adelaide CBD is well serviced by public transport. Free tram and bus services are available within the CBD. The Adelaide 99C City Loop bus services takes you on a loop around the City taking in the SA Museum, State Library, Art Gallery, Royal Adelaide Hospital, Botanic Gardens, Rundle Street, Central Markets and UniSA and Adelaide Universities.
A taxi from the airport to the city is approximately $20.00.
Suburban Taxi - 131 008
Yellow Cabs - 132 227
Adelaide Independent Taxi 132 211
Conference T-shirts are available when you register online. They come in both women's and men's sizes S-2XL.
*Please note that as from 9/12/2013 the T-shirts have been ordered so you may not be able to get the exact size you are after. If size is unavailable, the correct size can be ordered and sent to you after the conference.