Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre (PCEC)
21 Mounts Bay Road, Perth WA 6000
+61 8 9338 0300
The 2019 conference will be hosted in Perth, a vibrant city that connects Australia’s fastest growing economy to the nation, to our region and the world.
Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre (PCEC) is Western Australia’s only dedicated and purpose-built convention, exhibition, concert and meeting venue. PCEC is a destination where people are drawn to connect, experience, and celebrate life.
Located in the heart of Perth, and perfectly situated along the beautiful Swan River near the Perth CBD, guests enjoy easy access to the centre and nearby attractions. The PCEC location provides quick and easy access to and from the Centre by car, train, bus, taxi, ferry and by foot. The beautiful city of Perth offers an abundant selection of shopping, entertaining and dining opportunities to enhance your event experience whilst only being 30 minutes from world-class local wineries and the white sands of the Indian Ocean.
For more information please visit https://www.pcec.com.au/
Getting to PCEC
Walking access into the PCEC on Level 1 is via Mill Street or Mounts Bay Road. Level 2 can be accessed via the Elizabeth Quay Busport overpass.
Access to the City of Perth Convention Centre Car Park is via Mill Street, Mounts Bay Road and the Riverside Drive off ramp of the Mitchell Freeway. Access to our Level 1 Plaza area is from Mill Street or Mounts Bay Road.
The City of Perth Convention Centre Car Park, located directly beneath the Centre, features 23 ACROD parking bays.
There are approximately 5,000 additional car parking bays within a 10 minute walk of Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre.
There is also a drop-off point and Cab Spot rank at the Centre’s main plaza entrance on Level 1.
All public areas of PCEC are wheelchair accessible; and the Centre conforms with both Australian Standards, 1428.1 and 1428.2 (enhanced provisions). The Centre is also fully wheelchair accessible with compliant ramps and access ways from the Elizabeth Quay Busport and Train Station, Adina Hotel and Mill Street. Unisex disabled toilets are situated throughout the Centre and in each exhibition pavilion. All accessible toilets have emergency call buttons connected to our security department.
Tactile and Braille Maps are located at both front entry registration desks, and all meeting rooms, toilets and lifts are signposted in Braille. Our Riverside Theatre offers 100% hearing audio-loop coverage and features dedicated wheelchair space.
Courtesy wheelchairs are available on request from our Information Desk on Level 2 (subject to availability).
The City of Perth Convention Centre Car Park, located directly beneath the Centre, features 23 ACROD parking bays. There is also a drop-off point and Cab Spot rank at the Centre’s main plaza entrance on Level 1.
21 January - Online submission opens
1 March - Online submission closes
May - Call for proposals notifications
4 June - Registration opens
1 August - Early bird registration closes
15 October 2019 - Conference starts