Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre – Venue information
The RANZCO 2017 Congress will be held at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre (PCEC) in the heart of Perth City.
This Premier Events Destination is Western Australia’s only dedicated and purpose-built convention, exhibition and meeting venue. The PCEC features a striking unique design, leading technology and is situated on the beautiful Swan River near the Perth CBD where guests can enjoy easy access to the city centre and nearby attractions.
The Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre recognises the importance of sustainability of the environment and supporting the community with a commitment to reducing the environmental impact and making a positive contribution to the local community.
Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre
21 Mounts Bay Road, Perth WA 6000 P: + 61 8 9338 0300 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.pcec.com.au
GETTING THERE AND AROUND
Getting to Perth, Western Australia
Perth is accessible by land, sky, rail and sea through a vast network of travel options. The city and surrounds are easy to navigate with well signposted roads and an excellent public transport system. Please review the below information and click on the links to find out all there is to know about getting there and around.
Perth Airport is conveniently located just twelve kilometres from the Perth CBD and offers a range of services for travellers including: car rental, foreign exchange, wireless internet and more. For further information on Perth Airport visit their website.
Perth is easily accessible by air from around Australia, overseas and from many locations within the State. Perth’s domestic and international terminals are located only 20 minutes from the heart of Perth city.
Known as one of the world’s greatest train journeys, the legendary Indian Pacific rail service operated by Great Southern Rail with provide you with the trip of a lifetime. From coast to coast, this three-day trip departs from Sydney, Melbourne or Adelaide and journeys through vineyards, river lands, the both amazing and expansive Nullarbor Plain and plenty more that the beautiful country of Australia has to offer.
There are clearly sign-posted, well marked and serviced wide roads in Western Australia’s north and south. Townships and roadhouses are also regularly spaced throughout. Speed limits are 110 kilometres per hour.
Getting to the Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre (Congress venue)
The Perth Convention Centre is located in the heart of Perth city. The location provides quick and easy access by car, train, bus, taxi or on foot. Please click on the following link for further information: http://www.pcec.com.au/getting-to-pcec
Getting around Perth
Whether you are walking, cycling, driving or using public transport, the city provides safe and accessible ways to move in, out and around the city.
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Here are some maps that you may find useful to get around Perth:
EXPLORING PERTH AND BEYOND
Perth is situated on the banks of the Swan River on Australia’s West Coast.
The city of Perth is a hive of activity with many restaurants and bars, beautiful beaches, natural parklands, shopping and cultural spaces and a relaxed outdoor lifestyle with plenty of things to see and do. And best of all, it’s all on offer within a short distance of the city centre.
Here are just some of the things to see and do while in Perth:
Rottnest Island sits just offshore from Perth. It is a protected nature reserve, with white sand beaches and secluded coves. Here you can enjoy some of Australia’s finest swimming spots, snorkel trails and surf breaks. It is also home to the world famous quokka, a small wallaby-like marsupial.
Kings Park is one of the world’s largest and most beautiful inner city parks. It is rich in Aboriginal and European history, contemporary culture and offers innovative design, displays and services. Kings Park has an international reputation for scientific research, leading horticulture, conservation and public education.
Elizabeth Quay features ultra-trendy new cafes, bars and restaurants for those looking to get the most out of their dining experience. There’s also a host of activities on offer at the Quay including cruises, gondola rides and sea plane rides.
The Bell Tower
The Bell Tower includes the twelve bells of St Martin in the Fields, which are recorded as being in existence from before the 14th century and recast in the 16th century by Queen Elizabeth I. They are one of the few sets of royal bells and are the only ones known to have left England.
Still operating in our original heritage premises in the east end of the city, The Perth Mint is a premier tourist destination giving visitors the rare opportunity to discover the magic, allure and wonder of gold through our unique combination of attractions, exhibitions and live demonstrations.
Western Australia Golf Club
Located amongst the rolling hills of Yokine, the club is only 10 minutes from the city centre. The beautiful Tudor clubhouse overlooks superb fairways, greens and a picturesque lake, and also boasts views to the city and Darling Ranges. Spectacular views abound from the 12th tee, which is the highest point on the Swan coastal plain.
Swan Valley Heritage Cycle
The Swan Valley Heritage Cycle Trail is a series of signs that interpret rich history, interesting characters and natural elements so you can appreciate the unique and special place that is the Swan Valley.
Cottesloe Beach is by far the most popular beach in Perth. Cottesloe has clean white sand and beautiful clear turquoise water, but what makes it stand out from the crowd are the grassed terraces and park behind the beach, the tall shady Norfolk Island pine trees and lively atmosphere.
Click here to view the Perth Convention Bureau’s top attractions to visit.
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