Venue

The venue for the workshop is the Conference Center on the UNSW Australia campus (campus map), details can be found following this link.

 

 

Accomodation

Delegates are reminded that the registration fee does not cover accomodation; the links below will assist you in arranging your own accomodation for the duration of the conference.

Option 1: Crowne Plaza Hotel Coogee

You can book hotel rooms at the Crowne Plaza Hotel Coogee (at a special discounted rate, mention UNSW rates upon booking / check-in) by following this link.

Crowne Plaza Hotel Coogee
242 Arden St, Coogee, Sydney, NSW 2034, Australia
How to get there (by car)   -   Google Map

There are excellent train links between the centre of Sydney and Sydney Airport, but NO direct train between Coogee and the Airport. Taking a taxi ride from the Airport is recommended. Alternative transport options can be found here.

 

The 'Breakfast View' at Crowne Plaza Hotel Coogee

 

 

Option 2: Hotels around UNSW

UNSW, located in the eastern suburbs, is just minutes away from the city and is easily accessible from Central Station and other major transportation hubs located throughout Sydney. It is convenient to stay in the nearby suburbs (Kensington, Kingsford, Randwick, Coogee) to access to the conference centre. 

There are 12 hotels, 7 B&B's and 16 other forms of accommodation in the greater Randwick area (many about 20 min walk to venue - tripadvisor link)

There are 7 hotels, 1 B&B and 7 other forms of accommodation in the Coogee area (tripadvisor link), including 4 hostels (hostelworld link)

 

 

Option 3: Hotels in Sydney CBD

Sydney city is also a good option to enjoy your stay during conference. There are a number of selections of accommodation in the Sydney Center (Tripadvisor link)

 

  

About Sydney

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