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2022 Neuromodulation Society of Australia and New Zealand

2022 Neuromodulation Society of Australia and New Zealand15th Annual Scientific Meeting (NSANZ 2022)13 - 14 August 2022 | Sofitel Melbourne on Collins, VIC

Venue and Destination

Set on the shores of picturesque Port Phillip Bay, the southern-most city of mainland Australia is rich in aesthetics, with its beauty enhanced by the meandering Yarra River, immaculate parks and gardens, public art, classical buildings and innovative design.

Melbourne’s charm is characterised by its enchanting laneways, stunning waterfront precincts and trendy neighbourhoods, and provides an endless choice of shopping hot spots and culturally-diverse, award-winning restaurants, cafés and bars in weird and wonderful locations. There are plenty of things to do in Melbourne. Easily navigated on foot, the city’s confidence and success are infectious; whether closing a deal or relaxing with colleagues and new friends, Melbourne is the perfect destination.

Albert Park

Only three kilometres from the heart of the city,

Albert Park is popular for a range of activities like

dog walking, jogging, cycling, sailing and rowing. 

Apart from the lake itself, other attractions

include sporting facilities, ovals, playgrounds,

restaurants and a five kilometres of walking and

running track.


For more information about Albert Park, please click here


The centre of Melbourne is threaded with cobbled

laneways, which have become a mecca for coffee

shops, cafés and unique shopping boutiques.

Start at Flinders Street station, wander down

Degraves Street, and explore the city’s beautiful

arcades and street art around every corner.


For more information about Melbourne's Laneways, please click here



A short 13 min Uber/Taxi ride away from Pullman

Melbourne Albert Park is Docklands. The area is filled

with a mixture of the arts, an open air

shopping precinct, restaurants and

the opportunity to see a 360° view of

the city on the Melbourne Star

observation wheel.


For more information about Docklands, please  click here

Federation Square

The heart of it all. Federation Square is home

to major cultural attractions, world-class

events, tourism experiences and a vast

array of restaurants, cuisines, bars, and specialty

stores. This modern piazza has become the

city's meeting place.


For more information about Federation Square and surrounds, please click here

Queen Victoria Market

 Melbourne's iconic Queen Vic Market turns

140 years old this year,

and is the largest open-air market

in the southern hemisphere. Home

to over 600 small businesses,

discover a variety of clothing, jewellery

and souvenirs and revel in the atmosphere

of this heritage listed marketplace.


For more information about the Queen Victoria Market, please click here

Eureka Skydeck 88

 Eureka Skydeck 88 is Melbourne's must see attraction. Two

dedicated lifts propel visitors to level 88 in under 40 seconds. Only

Skydeck 88 can take you to The Edge, a switchable glass

cube which slides out from the building, with you


Truly experience Melbourne's beauty from the

highest point of the city.


For more information about the Eureka Skydeck, please click here

Melbourne is Waiting for You

Melbourne, Australia’s unrivalled capital of sport, culture, entertainment and style, is one of the world’s premier meeting and convention destinations. Discover more and start planning your visit to Melbourne today.