Alice Springs Convention Centre
93 Barrett Drive, Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia 0870
Winner 2006 Brolga Northern Territory Tourism Award - Meetings and Business Tourism
What better place to meet than the geographical centre of Australia? The Alice Springs Convention Centre, with an abundance of natural light and spectacular views of the MacDonnell Ranges, is a modern and fresh alternative for conferences and incentives. The Centre boasts state of the art facilities, as well as professional friendly service, and offers delegates the opportunity to experience the true essence of the outback.
Web Link: www.alicespringsconventioncentre.com.au
About Alice Springs
Alice Springs is also known as Mparntwe by the Central Arrente people whose traditional lands include the area in and around Alice Springs and the MacDonnell Ranges, Alice Springs lies almost exactly at the geographical centre of the Australian mainland. Alice Springs has art galleries, cafes and restaurants, and is within easy reach of Uluru, Kata Tjutu, Kings Canyon and the magnificent Palm Valley.
Official Northern Territory Travel Website: en.travelnt.com
Alice Springs Tourism: www.tourism.thealice.com.au
Alice Springs Town Council: www.alicesprings.nt.gov.au
Wikipedia Article - Alice Springs: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alice_Springs
In July, the winter Alice Springs weather averages 20 degrees Celsius during the day. However it can get quite cool at night and in the early mornings (sometimes below 0ºC). Layered clothing is advised so you can adjust your warmth requirements throughout the day.
Delegate Travel & Accommodation
Travel and accommodation bookings are the responsibility of the conference delegate, and flights and accommodation are not included in the registration price. Information is now available for a range of affordable accommodation options in and around Alice Springs specially negotiated for conference delegates.
APAPDC Inc has a fully functional, totally secure online event registration system available for delegates to use for this event. Online registration, as well as by fax and post, is available at www.apapdcevents.edu.au.