Start and end times:
The conference begins with a Plenary lecture at 6pm on Sun 28 Nov 2010,
followed by a Welcome Reception.
Student travel assistance:
AuPS Student Travel Grants: Download guidelines and application form (PDF) file or (Word) file. Please note that student non-members wishing to qualify for travel assistance should apply for membership at least two weeks prior to their registration.
Adelaide airport to conference venue:
Adelaide International Airport http://www.aal.com.au.
Adelaide Airport provides free internet access throughout the terminal.
Domestic and international operators include Qantas, VirginBlue, JetStar, Tiger Airways, Cathay Pacific, Singapore Airlines, Malaysia, Air New Zealand, Pacific Blue.
Airport webcam: http://www.aal.com.au/media/webcam.aspx.
Map of the airport: http://www.aal.com.au/lib/pdf/AALGrdsMap12_09.pdf
The conference venue is at the National Wine Centre, located at the northeastern corner of the CBD on Botanic Road. Hotels along Pultney and North Terrace are in walking distance of the conference site, or close to transportation. Free bus and tram services run regularly in the downtown area (fees apply for travel outside the free zone).
Driving directions are from the airport to the city business district CBD (~7.5 km):
Follow the exit signs from the airport leading To the City. Turn right on Sir Donald Bradman Drive, and proceed east, straight on to the centre of the CBD, or left on West Terrace and right on North Terrace to go toward the northeast side of the city. Download Adelaide Map
Major car rental companies have vehicles for reservation and hire at or near the Adelaide airport include Hertz, Avis, Alamo, Access, Thrifty. Small independent companies near the airport are also available.
Taxis queue outside the baggage claim area on the ground floor level. Expected fares for return trip from the airport to the city are approximately $50.
Adelaide Metro provides an integrated system of bus, tram and train service throughout the extended Adelaide and Adelaide Hills regions adelaidemetro.com.au. Regular single trip tickets are $4.40. Passes offering reduced fare prices can be purchased at Newsagents, the Metro Info Centre downtown, on-line and by phone.
Adelaide Metro JetBus service connects the airport to downtown Adelaide. adelaide Metro Airport Routes
Adelaide Metro Free city services: Adelaide Metro City Routes.
Trams. The Glenelg tram timetable can be downloaded here.
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