Travel information



Conference attendees are encouraged to use low-carbon transport options to get to Canberra. Authentic offsets for travel can be purchased via https://www.greenfleet.com.au/. With the help of local volunteers, we’ll do our best to ensure that you can be assisted in getting around Canberra once you get there.

Public transport information

Several bus routes pass within easy walk of the centre – even at 9.30-10 pm on Saturday night it is possible to catch buses to Civic and to Kingston.  Similarly, there are buses on Saturday and Sunday morning. Key buses include the R2, R5 and R6.

Trip planners include https://www.transport.act.gov.au/getting-around/journey-planner  and Google Maps.

For those travelling by car

There is a large overflow car park on the grounds of the ACC&C. The car park is accessed by a boom gate which is open at the weekend. Volunteers will be directing drivers to the most efficient use of the overflow parking space as it is easy to block access to others inadvertently.

Robert Dawlings is arranging assistance with transport to Canberra. During the Conference, please let your needs for a lift be known at the registration table.

Notice of traffic disruption on Sunday, 10 November

There will be the Canberra Times Fun Run on Sunday morning, 10 November Runners go across Kings Avenue Bridge. 


On Sunday morning there will be road closures near the ACC&C from 6 am to 11 am. All of the northbound lanes for Kings Avenue will be blocked.  All of the Parliamentary Triangle will be closed.   

Limited impact on those travelling from the north

People travelling form the northside SHOULD be able to get to the ACC&C without trouble by crossing Kings Avenue Bridge, but need to be warned there will be police and the traffic will be slowed.

Choose an alternate route if travelling from the south

All of the northbound lanes of Kings Avenue will be blocked. You will not be able to cut across the Parliamentary Triangle. You can approach the ACC&C  by turning off State Circle at Brisbane Avenue, turning left into Macquarie Street and then right down Allardyce or Broughton Streets to get you to Blackall Street (turn left into Blackall Street). You can reach the ACC&C from Adelaide Avenue IF you turn right onto State Circle, and then exit at Brisbane Avenue.

You cannot drive to the ACC&C from Bowen Drive after the Brisbane Avenue turnoff.