The Landing at Dockside
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There are many options for accommodation in this area. Below are a few suggestions (estimated nightly prices are from wotif and are before any discounts are applied):
Central Dockside Apartment Hotel (Above the conference venue)
44 Ferry Street, Kangaroo Point
Approx nightly price (one bedroom): $148 Approx nightly price (two bedroom): $153 Receive 10% off the best available rate by entering “thelanding” into the promotion code section when booking online
The Point Brisbane Hotel (400m from the venue)
21 Lambert Street, Kangaroo Point
Approx nightly price: $198
Discounted prices coming soon
Quest on Story Bridge (550m from the venue)
85 Deakin Street, Kangaroo Point
Approx nightly price: $161
Receive 15% off the best flexiable rate by entering “AFN” into the enter promo/corporate code section when booking online
The Docks on Goodwin (600m from the venue)
15 Goodwin Street, Kangaroo Point
Approx nightly price: $166
Discounted prices coming soon
Ibis Styles Brisbane (2Km from the venue, 45 minutes via ferry)
40 Elizabeth Street, Brisbane
Approx nightly price: $121
Swiss Belhotel Brisbane (2.1km from the venue, 30 minutes via ferry)
218 Vulture Street, South Bank
Nightly price: $189 Receive 10% off the best available rate by entering “Afnc20” into the promotion code section when booking online
Mecure Brisbane (2.5km from the venue, 50 minutes via ferry)
85 – 87 North Quay, Brisbane
Approx nightly price: $155
Local to Brisbane
Undercover parking is available for $20 for up to 12 hours in the visitor car park (entry on the right side of Ferry Street, lower car park) however this location only has credit card facilities. Please note that on street parking is only available for a maximum of two hours.
You can plan your trip via public transport using the Translink website. You will need a GoCard to use public transport in Brisbane. The easier way to buy a GoCard is online at the translink site as you can’t always purchase one at train, bus and ferry stations.
The venue is approximately
- Three-minutes walk (200 metres) from the Dockside Ferry Terminal where the CityHopper is located
- Three-minutes walk (220 metres) from the Main Street at Story Bridge Bus Station where you can catch the 227, 232 and 234 bus routes
- Half an hour walk (2.4Km) or a 35 minute ferry ride to the South Bank Train Station
Brisbane City Council’s CityHopper is a free inner city ferry service for the Brisbane River. The service stops at all locations on the map below. You can hop on and hop off the CityHopper every 30 minutes. The service runs between 6am and midnight, seven days a week. For up-to-date timetable information or to plan your journey, visit TransLink’s website.
For those flying in, Brisbane airport will be your arrival port.
The Airtrain is a rail service that runs from the Brisbane Airport to Brisbane CBD. We have organised the set price of $25 return per person. You can access this discount when booking between the 1st and 30th of October by using the code “AFNC2020” when booking online. Please note the discount tickets are only valid when travelling between the 20th and the 30th of October, 2020.
Things to do
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- Brisbane is Australia’s New World City, with an $AU146 billion economy
- Successfully hosting the G20 Leaders Summit in 2014 enhanced Brisbane’s reputation as a city capable of hosting major events to the highest international standards.
- Brisbane enjoys a sub-tropical climate with 283 days of sunshine per year.
- A population of 2.2 million call Brisbane home, with a median age of 35.
- Mandarin is the second most common language spoken at home after English.
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- More than a quarter of Brisbane residents were born overseas.
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- Brisbane’s South Bank precinct includes the southern hemisphere’s largest gallery of modern art: GOMA, as well as the world-class Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, venue of the Brisbane 2014 G20 Leaders summit.
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