The Greek Club
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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):
Parkview Apartments (380m from the venue)
41-49 Russell Street, South Bank
Approx nightly price: $165
Rydges Hotel (600m from the venue)
9 Glenelg Street, South Brisbane
Approx nightly price: $199
Morgan Suites (1km from the venue)
14 Merivale Street, South Brisbane
Approx nightly price: $213
Local to Brisbane
We have arranged parking at The Greek Club. Usually $15 per day, we’ve included this in your conference ticket. Just park your car and validate the ticket at the front counter.
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 and bus stations.
The venue is approximately
- 10 minutes walk from the South Bank Train Station
- 5 minutes walk from stop 7 on Bus Route 196 ; 10 minutes walk from stop 7 on Bus Route 199.
- 15 minutes walk from the South Bank Ferry Terminal
For those flying in, Brisbane airport will be your arrival port.
We have arranged a discount for Conference Attendees to use the AirTrain from Brisbane Airport to South Bank Station for $30 return (usually $45.60). Simply use the online code of AFN19 or click here to download a letter to present at the ticket office.
Things to do
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Brisbane Fast Facts
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