Registration Desk Hours
Sunday 2 December 15:30 – 19:00
Monday 3 December 07:30 – 17:00
Tuesday 4 December 07:30 – 17:00
Wednesday 5 December 07:30 – 17:00
Thursday 6 December 07:30 – 16:30
Registration Desk Location
University of Sydney
New Law Building
All visitors to Australia must have a valid visa before boarding their plane regardless of the length of stay. New Zealand and Norfolk Island passport holders do not usually need to lodge a visa application prior to their departure unless they have health and/or character concerns.
As visa processing times may vary, you are encouraged to apply for the appropriate visa 6-8 weeks before your departure to Australia. Your passport must be valid for the period of your intended stay in Australia and be valid for at least 6 months from your arrival date in Australia.
Please note that in order to be granted a visa to visit Australia you must demonstrate that you meet ALL the legislative requirements for visa grant.
For further information about visa applications please visit www.immi.gov.au/visitors
The dress code for the conference is neat casual attire.
Registration & Information Desk
The Registration & Information Desk will be centrally located onsite at the conference venue for collection of name badges and conference materials. Staff will be on hand to answer any queries and provide information. Opening times and location of desk to be announced in due course.
Your name badge will be your official pass to conference sessions and functions and must be worn at all times.
Registration fees do not include insurance coverage of any kind. Delegates are strongly advised to secure appropriate travel and health insurance. Conference managers cannot accept responsibility for any delegate failing to cover their own insurance.
Getting Around Sydney
Please also refer to the venue page for information on how to get to the venue.
Sydney's airport train runs from approximately 5am until midnight seven days a week, to and from the Domestic and International Terminals and all City Circle railway stations. For more information, call 02 8337 8412 or visit www.airportlink.com.au.
Sydney Buses runs services throughout the city almost 24 hours a day. The main bus terminals are located at Circular Quay, Wynyard, Town Hall and Central Station and information is available from bus kiosks at Circular Quay, Wynyard Station and Queen Victoria Building and Central Station.
Trains - Metropolitan Services
CityRail trains have a large network across Sydney which runs from approximately 4am until after midnight on most lines. Train information kiosks are located at Circular Quay and Central Stations and ticket vending machines are open 24 hours.
Trains - Interstate and Intrastate Services
Central Railway Station is the main junction for interstate and intrastate rail services. Information about these services is available from the Central Station train kiosk or from the CountryLink Infoline on 132 232.
Travel on Sydney's iconic harbour with services to the inner harbour, Sydney's Eastern Suburbs, Manly or along the Parramatta River. Ferry kiosks are located at Circular Quay and Manly.
For further information on Sydney buses, trains and ferries, please visit Transport Info at www.131500.com.au or call 131 500.
Sydney is regarded as a safe city, making it attractive to explore. Taxis, rental vehicles and chauffeured limousine services are all available. A taxi rank is situated throughout the city, or can be flagged on the street.
Sydney’s major taxi companies include:
- Taxis Combined Services - 133 300
- Premier Cabs - 13 10 17
- Silver Service - 133 100
- Legion Cabs – 13 14 51
Please note that due to a high demand, the Occasional Care Centers closest to the University of Sydney are now fully booked. Alternative arrangements can be made through your hotel or via an external source as per below.
Dial an Angel
1300 721 111