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2019 Rehabilitation Medicine Society of Australia and New Zealand

2019 Rehabilitation Medicine Society of Australia and New Zealand 4th Annual Scientific MeetingSunday 20 - Wednesday 23 October 2019 | Adelaide Convention Centre

Useful Information

Whether you are after information on the destination, travel or the climate we have got you covered.

Free WIFI in Adelaide CBD
It is now even easier to connect in Adelaide! Through a partnership with Adelaide City Council and the Government of South Australia, web provider Internode has deployed a free WiFi network in the CBD and neighbouring suburb of North Adelaide.

Labelled 'AdelaideFree', the service is accessible in most community areas, cafe's and restaurant precincts. 

Click here to read more about how you can connect today.

Travel
Adelaide’s international and domestic terminals are located 7 kilometres from the central business district, approximately a 15 minute drive. For more information please visit www.aal.com.au.

Adelaide Airport provides a choice of transport modes to and from the airport. These include self-drive, hire cars, taxis and limousines.

Car rental desks are located on the ground level adjacent to the baggage claim area.

The following companies have desks at the airport:
AVIS | www.avis.com.au
Budget | www.budget.com.au
Europcar | www.europcar.com.au
Hertz | www.hertz.com
Thrifty | www.thrifty.com.au
RedSpot Sixt | www.redspot.com.au

Adelaide Airport's car rental vehicles parking is now located on the ground floor of the new multi-level car park.

Picking up a rental vehicle: Your rental company will direct you to the correct parking location.
Dropping off a rental vehicle: Follow the signage to the car rental area on the ground floor of the new multi-level car park.
Reservations prior to arrival are recommended.

A public bus service is also available via Adelaide City through to the north/eastern suburbs, with connections to rail and other bus routes. Please phone for additional information + 61 8 8210 1000.  

Getting Around Adelaide
Once you’re in Adelaide there is an efficient public transport network of trams, trains and buses to move you around the city and beyond. The Adelaide CBD is also easy to walk around with wide, flat streets laid out in a simple grid pattern.

The Adelaide Convention Centre is conveniently located in the heart of the city on the banks of the River Torrens and everything you need is only a few minutes walk:

Over 300 restaurants and cafes within a 1km radius
Festival Theatre and Casino - next door
Rundle Mall, Adelaide’s premier shopping district, 5 minutes


Do I require a visa?
All travellers other than Australian and New Zealand citizens need to present the following documents to officers in immigration clearance:

a valid passport or other acceptable travel document
a valid visa or authority to enter Australia (including electronic visas)
a completed and signed Incoming Passenger Card, including health and character declaration

Anyone who arrives without a valid travel document, visa or authority to enter Australia, may be refused entry to Australia or delayed until their identity and claims to enter Australia have been confirmed. 



Please visit the Department of Immigration’s website’s section for Tourists including Visas for up to date information and further details on tourist visas, working holidays, business visits, students, immigration, Electronic Travel Authority (ETAs), visas and other useful contacts.
 

Climate
Adelaide enjoys a mild climate, perfect for enjoying the great Australian outdoors. Alfresco dining, festivals, sport and fun in the sun is the way of life in Adelaide. The average temperature ranges from a mild 16°C (58°F) mid-winter in July, to a delightful 29°C (84°F) mid-summer average in January.


Time Zone

Adelaide’s central time zone is GMT + 9.5 hours. Adelaide is based on Central Standard Time and observes daylight saving time from early October to late March, when clocks are advanced one hour.

 
Visitor Information
Visit the Adelaide Visitor Information Centre located in James Place, just off Rundle Mall. (James Place is the bustling little laneway opposite the Myer Centre).

Knowledgeable volunteers will be able to assist you with brochures, maps, event guides and journey planning that will help you make the most of your time in Adelaide and South Australia.

 

Useful Links

Rehabilitation Medicine Society of Australia and New Zealand (RMSANZ) - www.rmsanz.net

DC Conferences - www.dcconferences.com.au