Book direct with Pan Pacific Perth (above) for the guaranteed lowest rates, no pre-payment and a flexible cancellation policy. For assistance, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or +61 8 9224 7766 and quote ALTA 2020. Early bookings recommended. Beware of unauthorised hotel solicitations; no third-party is affiliated with the conference.
As the capital and heartbeat of Australia’s largest state, Perth is a world class city of nearly 2 million people and only 12 km from the ocean. This breathtakingly beautiful city is situated between lush wine growing country of the South West and the hypnotic Australian outback in the Kimberley region of the North.
Set on the banks of the spectacular Swan River and overlooked by Kings Park, recently ranked the sixth best park in the world by Trip Advisor, Perth is one of Australia's fastest growing urban centres. With a number of significant infrastructure projects nearing completion Perth is a city waiting to be rediscovered.
Perth effortlessly blends urban cool with raw natural beauty and makes the perfect base for your unique Western Australian experience. Bustling with new bars, restaurants, shopping and cultural spaces, beautiful wineries, and stunning beaches where you can even swim with wild dolphins. Enjoy a lunch cruise on the Swan River or take advantage of the many nearby attractions such as Freemantle, Rottnest Island or the Swan Valley. Top 10 reasons to stay in Perth another day.
Expand your stay and explore the four other regions of Western Australia to experience very different worlds. From Margaret River and the South West, to an arid desert landscape in Esperance and the Golden Outback. Head north to one of the planet’s largest fringing reefs in Exmouth and the Coral Coast and sub-tropical wilderness in Broome and the North West.
Credit: Tourism Australia
The conference will be held at Pan Pacific Perth, located at 207 Adelaide Terrace. The hotel is a 30-minute drive from the airport and 5 minutes from the Perth bus depot and train station.
Pan Pacific Perth is conveniently located in the CBD, moments away from the Swan River and a short walk from the city’s main retail, dining and entertainment precincts.
The hotel has recently opened three new food and beverage outlets for delegates to enjoy during your stay: Uma Restaurant, Bar Uma and Hill Street Bar. More information
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All non-Australian passport holders will require a visa to enter Australia. We strongly encourage you to commence the application process no later than eight weeks prior to the conference (by 31 March 2020).
- For information on visa requirements and applications, please visit the Department of Home Affairs.
- Fact sheet: General information for visa applicants
- Fact sheet: Visa options for business conferences, seminars, trade fairs and expos
Participants for the event may be eligible for the following visa options:
- Visitor (subclass 600)(Business stream)
- Electronic Travel Authority – ETA (subclass 601)
- eVisitor (subclass 651)(Business Stream)
Letters of Invitation
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