1 - 4 SEPTEMBER 2019


APEG Conference Secretariat 

Tel: +61 2 4973 6573
Fax: +61 2 4973 6609
Email: asm@apeg.org.au


The conference app has the most up to date information. To download the conference app for the 2019 APEG ASM, please use the following links: 

Apple/iPhone: click here

Android: click here

Please note, you will be prompted to log in, please refer tot he final email that was sent on Monday 26th August. If you cannot find your details, please contact us on the above. 


The Adelaide Convention Centre is conveniently located in the heart of the city centre and nestled within the beauty of the Riverbank Precinct, surrounded by parklands and the River Torrens.Close proximity to the medical hub, entertainment, cultural and sport precinct, the Centre is a short walk to international and boutique hotels and accommodation. Public transport, the Adelaide Railway Station and a taxi ramp are on our doorstep.The international airport is just seven kilometres from the Centre, making a quick and economic taxi ride.


There is onsite parking at the Adelaide Convention Centre. Please CLICK HERE to view the parking rates. Given APEG is being held in the West Building, the closest parking is via North Terrace entrance.


When Colonel Light founded Adelaide in 1836, he had a simple plan: to create a one square mile city centre with lots of open space. Colonel Light laid out the streets on a grid and surrounded them with a ring of the now State Heritage Listed Parklands. Adelaide is a city that offers visitors a sense of freedom with room to move and an array of activities, sights and experiences to partake in. 

Adelaide is described as a picturesque coastal city that is easy to get to, easy to get around, easy on your pocket and it is also a green city. Adelaide is commonly known as the '20 minute' city as the ease of access and stress free travel make the city very easy to navigate. Adelaide has something for everyone and offers an exciting cafe culture and diverse cultural mix that ensures that food is of a high standard. Highly awarded fine dining restaurants exist alongside pop up bars and food trucks. The main street of Adelaide, Rundle Street, offers a mix of historic pubs, family run cafes and restaurants. Other hot spots for eating out include the famously European Influenced Norwood Parade while Gouger Street, Chinatown and the Adelaide Central Market offer an extensive range of Asian restaurants and eateries.

Aside from eating, visitors will enjoy partaking in Adelaide's other attractions such as taking a walk through the Adelaide Botanic Gardens, seeing the 250 species of exotic and native animals including 2 giant pandas and taking a stroll along North Terrace. North Terrace is a cultural boulevard offering the Art Gallery of South Australia, the Migration Museum, the South Australian Museum and the State Library of South Australia. For those wishing to venture out of the city, the beachside precinct of Glenelg is a 30 minute tram ride away and the famous wine region of the Barossa Valley is only an hour drive from Adelaide CBD.







APEG Conference Secretariat

PO Box 180 Morisset NSW 2264 Australia

+61 2 4973 6573