Travel and transport support

The BCEC’s central city location is convenient for visitors, with easy and direct access to an efficient and integrated citywide network of buses, trains, taxis, and the river’s high-speed regular catamaran service.

The city to Airport Airtrain and City Train operate from the South Brisbane Railway Train Station, adjacent to the Convention Centre. There are two bus stations within the South Bank Precinct, and a drop-off bay alongside the Centre is available for chartered buses.

There is a dedicated taxi rank located at the BCEC’s main entrance.

Brisbane’s Go Card enables seamless travel across bus, train and ferry services. Brisbane is a compact, connected city that is ideal for walking and getting around via the many scenic river and bridge walks.

Brisbane International Airport

Brisbane International Airport is the gateway for thousands of delegates attending conferences in Brisbane and Southeast Queensland. Brisbane’s award-winning airport is located just 13km or 20 minutes from the city centre and from the BCEC. Boasting superior airport infrastructure and operating 24 hours a day, Brisbane Airport directly services 34 International destinations and 51 domestic destinations each week.

Booking flights to Brisbane is made easy with Qantas and Virgin Australia’s online booking systems.


As a cosmopolitan global city, Brisbane offers more than 260 hotels and 20,000 accommodation rooms, with conveniently located, quality accommodation options at competitive rates by Australian and world standards.


Under Australia’s universal visa system, all visitors to Australia must have a valid visa to travel to and enter Australia. No country’s citizens are excluded from Australia on political or religious grounds. The Australian Government Department of Home Affairs offers organisers a central resource to manage this process as seamlessly as possible.

Registrations open soon

Registration options will be available soon.