VENUES

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MAIN VENUE:

C3 Convention Centre
64 Anglesea St, South Hobart

 

GETTING THERE

By car

The C3 Convention Centre in South Hobart is located approximately 2.3 kilometres from the Hobart CBD.  

If you are driving your own vehicle, the centre has plenty of free off street parking.  

A taxi will cost about AU$12 from the city centre to the conference venue. 

 By public transport

Hobart's bus-based public transport system is operated by Metro Tasmania. Delegates will receive an allocation of one-way Metro bus tickets.  A number of Metro buses connect the city centre with Anglesea Street, departing from Franklin Square in the city centre with a number of stops along Davey Street.  The current bus timetable at Franklin Square provides details on connections of bus lines 44, 46, 47, or 49. The nearest bus stop to C3 is Stop 10 on the corner of Anglesea Street (outside the Lost Sock laundrette). After alighting from the bus, cross the street and walk downhill along Anglesea Street to C3 (about 2 — 3 minutes).  

Click here to download a map illustrating the route. A user-friendly trip planner is also available at the Metro Tasmania website. The Metro Tas app for Apple iPhone is also available for download from iTunes store.

 

On foot

The C3 Convention Centre is around 30 minutes on foot from the Hobart CBD.  The best way to get there is along the Hobart Rivulet track, which which begins about 1.2 kilometres from the CBD and passes uphill through bushland.  Click here to download a map showing the route.

THE MAIN AUDITORIUM

THE MAIN AUDITORIUM

THE aTRIUM

THE aTRIUM


REGISTRATION & ICEBREAKER EVENT:

Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies
20 Castray Esplanade

 

The registration and icebreaker for the conference plus some side meetings and workshops will be held the Universtity of Tasmania's Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS) Waterfront Building.  The building is home to a number of scientific research agencies including the Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre, which is co-hosting IPICS 2016.

The building is located only a few minutes walk from the Hobart CBD at 20 Castray Esplanade, across the road from the Hobart's popular Salamanca precinct.