Venue & Location
This years conference will be held at University of Technology Sydney in Sydney, New South Wales.
UTS Building 11
Address: Broadway Building
83-117 Broadway, Ultimo NSW 2007
The best entry point is on the corner of Wattle St and Broadway. UTS Map Overview
Main Theatre: CB11.00.401 - View level 00 floor plan here
Registration& Poster area: Foyer outside CB11.00.401 - View level 00 floor plan here
Exhibition and Catering: CB11.01.100 - View level 1 floor plan here
Conference Dinner: Bistrot Gavroche (300 m, 5 min walk) - Google directions here
- GETTING THERE
Getting to Sydney & UTS
Sydney's main international airport is located in the suburb of Mascot, only 8 kilometres from the city centre (and UTS) and less than 10 kilometres from major tourist attractions. For more information on Sydney Airport, please click here.
Public Transport in Sydney
To travel anywhere by public transport you will need an Opal card. Opal cards are smartcard tickets that you keep, reload and reuse to pay for travel. Simply add value to your Opal card then tap on and tap off to pay your fares on trains, buses, ferries and light rail – anywhere within the Opal network. For more information on Opal cards, please click here.
UTS City campus is right next to Central station, the hub of all train lines in Sydney, as well as Railway Square, a major bus interchange.
For more information about train travel visit the State Rail Authority (opens an external site).
For more information on public transport in Sydney, please go to:
Parking is available from 6:30am to 10:00pm Monday to Friday. All other times additional parking charges may apply. Parking is managed via InterPark.
- THINGS TO SEE & DO
Framed by Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House and the breathtaking Sydney Harbour, The Rocks offers an unrivalled blend of the old and new. From intimate heritage architecture and cobblestoned laneways, to stylish modern bars, some of Sydney’s finest restaurants and curious places to shop and explore. Read more...
From first light to starry nights, there’s always something going on here. Coffee machines froth, water laps, children play, friends chat, glasses clink, bass thumps and fireworks crackle. Infectious sounds travel on harbour breezes as text messages and online updates share good times. Read more...
Often referred to by Sydneysiders as Centrepoint Tower, among other names - it has been an integral part of the famous Sydney skyline for the past 30 years. Read more...
SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium contains a large variety of Australian aquatic life, displaying more than 700 species comprising more than 13,000 individual fish and other sea and water creatures from most of Australia's water habitats.Read more...
Chinese Garden of Friendship
Have you ever imagined your own secret garden? A place to escape; to breathe deeply and feel the sun on your face. Darling Harbour’s Chinese Garden of Friendship is that place. Read more...
Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb
BridgeClimb Sydney is an Australian tourist attraction.
The company provides climb experiences to the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Over 3.5 million visitors from over 137 different countries and territories have climbed the southern half of the bridge. Read more...
Barangaroo is located on the western edge of Sydney's Central Business District, on the shores of the world famous harbour. Barangaroo showcases how city populations can live sustainably with a new, 21st century western face to the city .It includes six hectares of busy public waterfront walks and parks, including the beautiful Barangaroo Reserve, as well as commercial office towers and apartments, all serviced by new and extended transport systems. Read more...
Chinatown and Haymarket
Enjoy mouth-watering food, world-class musicals, fabulous markets and bargain shopping in Chinatown and Haymarket. A melting pot of eateries, Chinatown will delight your sensors. Reserve your seats for a show at the majestic Capitol Theatre and enjoy the Lunar New Year celebrations. Read more...
Since 1855, Sydney Ferries’ famous Manly Ferry is a "must do" for visitors and makes the 30 minute trip regularly, day and night.
Operating seven days a week, this relaxing journey is a must see for visitors with spectacular harbour and ocean views. Read more...
Bondi BeachThe sweeping white-sand crescent of Bondi is one of Australia’s most iconic beaches. Reliable waves draw surfers while, nearby, hardy locals swim in the Icebergs ocean pool year-round. Trendy, health-conscious Sydneysiders head to laid-back cafes around Hall Street, while hip backpackers frequent the area's casual pubs. Walkers and joggers use the clifftop Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk, with its dramatic scenery. Read more...
Experience fresh mountain air as you rise above Sydney and enter the spectacular Blue Mountains region. The Blue Mountains is perfect for exploring the best that NSW has to offer. The Three Sisters at Echo Point, bushwalking, galleries, dining, shopping, day spas, golf, and numerous attractions. The Blue Mountains is the ideal destination for that romantic getaway or family escape. Read more...