Event Information


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Social Functions:

ANZIBA Welcome Reception – Wednesday, 31 January 2018

Included in your conference registration, ANZIBA welcome reception will take place on Wednesday, 31 January 2018 6.00pm – 8.00pm in the Terrace Room, Sir Llew Edwards Building (#14), The University of Queensland.

Additional Guests: AUD$40.00 per person.

ANZIBA Conference Dinner – Friday, 2 February 2018

Included in your conference registration, ANZIBA Conference Dinner will take place on Friday, 2 February 2018 6.30pm – 11.00pm at Customs House.

Customs House is one of Brisbane’s heritage icons located on the Brisbane River in the CBD. Ideally located overlooking the city’s Story Bridge.

Transport from the University of Queensland can either be via ferry, bus or taxi.

Additional Guests: AUD$130.00 per person


Remember to mention that you are attending a UQ Conference to obtain the UQ accommodation rates.

UQ Attractions:

The UQ Art Museum is located on the St Lucia campus, Queensland's oldest and most established university campus. Make the most of your visit by planning ahead. The UQ Art Museum and St Lucia campus have many facilities available to make your visit more enjoyable. Visitor information here.

The Schonell Theatre is a theatre and cinema complex at the University of Queensland. The UQU Schonell Theatre regularly screens the best of art house, Australian, and foreign films and independent releases. Cinema runs from Thursdays to Mondays at the Schonell. Visitor information here.


Getting around Brisbane is very easy with our public transport system, TRANSLink. This will provide you information on Brisbane’s buses, ferries and trains. https://translink.com.au/
If you haven't had the opportunity to travel from Brisbane City to The University of Queensland by ferry, this is a great opportunity to see what Brisbane has to offer.

Black & White Cabs: 13 32 22

Yellow Cabs: 13 19 24


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