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The Conference Venue/Location


Venue – Stamford Grand Hotel

Located right on the beachfront at 2 Jetty Road Glenelg, the Stamford Grand Hotel provides beachside hotel facilities including accommodation and function rooms, less than 20 minutes from the city, and only minutes from the airport.

For more information on the Conference venue, please click here .


At the Conference Venue

The Conference Venue, the Stamford Grand offers luxury accommodation on site. Accommodation ranging from $185 per room can be booked directly with the hotel by going online and booking at Stamford Grand Online Booking or by ringing 08 83761222.

In addition to accommodation at the venue there are a range of accommodation options in the Glenelg area ranging from five star accommodation to caravan parks. Delegates will need to contact these accommodation options directly as ADAC is not managing accommodation bookings for the Conference.



Discover Glenelg, Adelaide’s favourite seaside destination. Swim with wild dolphins, go snorkelling, join a fishing charter, visit a museum, experience the shopping, dining and fun all by the beach.

You’ll find all the delights of a seaside village and more in lively Glenelg, which sits in Holdfast Bay, a 25-minute tram ride from Adelaide’s centre. There is a sandy white beach, charming heritage hotels and bustling shops, sidewalks cafes and summer entertainment. Trace Glenelg’s history in Glenelg Town Hall’s discovery centre, join in the fun of various festivals and meander along the coast to neighbouring beach towns.

To get to Glenelg, jump on the tram from multiple locations along King William Street and North Terrace, within the Adelaide CBD. It drops you at Moseley Square, right behind the jetty.

For more information on what to do while in Adelaide please refer to Adelaide Convention Bureau’s booking portal:


Vibrant Adelaide is globally renowned for its innovation, world class facilities, ease, value, safe clean surrounds and superb climate.

Now is the time to meet in Adelaide, with the destination completing an unprecedented level of new infrastructure further enhancing the city’s ‘ease of use’ functionality and services to the business events sector. The multi-billion dollar Riverbank Precinct includes an expanded Adelaide Convention Centre, redeveloped Adelaide Oval, Festival Centre, Casino, and new world leading integrated health and bio-medical research hub, all interconnected by walkways and a river footbridge. Several new hotels, an expanded retail precinct, and the Victoria Square redevelopment are just some of the other developments enhancing Adelaide’s global reputation as the complete convention city and Australia’s best connected business, events and entertainment precinct.

Adelaide has one of the fastest airport to city transfers anywhere in the world (just 10 minutes) with regular direct international and domestic flights. Adelaide ranks as the most affordable capital in Australia as well as being undoubtedly the most walkable, meaning that delegates and organisers will enjoy exceptional ease and value during their event.

It is no secret that Adelaide, South Australia is a food and wine capital. Visiting delegates and guests can enjoy superb cuisine and celebrated wines against the backdrop of unique and vibrant festivals and events. Renowned wine regions such as the Barossa are just a stone’s throw from Adelaide and home to major brands such as Penfolds. For unique and accessible wildlife, the beautifully preserved Kangaroo Island plays host to kangaroos, koalas, sea lions, penguins, platypuses and all manner of fauna, whilst Port Lincoln is home to the Great White shark, Southern Bluefin tuna and Coffin Bay oysters.