Accommodation

Our conference organiser, Conference Online, have negotiated preferential rates at the following hotels for the ACEN National Conference 2020.

Delegates will automatically be prompted to book accommodation at the end of the registration process. Or book your accommodation here. This conference discounted accommodation is only available using this link or the link provided at the end of the online conference registration process.

You will receive a separate receipt for your accommodation booking.

You may pay by Credit Card (Visa or MasterCard 1.96% and American Express 3.96%).

Credit Card payments are processed via our secure gateway. Your credit card statement will show a debit for this accommodation to ‘Conference Online Pty Ltd – Robina’.

For assistance contact Conference Online: acen2020@conferenceonline.com.au or Ph +61 (0)7 5525 3875.

Pan Pacific Melbourne (5 Star)

2 Convention Centre Place

(2 minute walk)

Room Type: Deluxe King
Rate Per Room: $329.00 AUD per room per night (room only)
Wi-fi: Complimentary
Parking: Self-parking is available.

Novotel Melbourne South Wharf (4.5 Star)

7 Convention Centre Place

(2 minute walk)

Room Type: Standard Room
Rate Per Room: $260.00 AUD per room per night
Wi-fi: Complimentary
Parking: Self-parking is available.

Crowne Plaza Melbourne (4.5 Star)

1-5 Spencer Street

(5 minute walk)

Room Type: Standard King Rooms
Rate Per Room: $280.00 AUD per room per night (room only)
Wi-fi: Complimentary
Parking: Car Care Parking and valet parking is available.

Wrap On Southbank Melbourne (Apartments)

133-139 City Road

(13 minute walk)

Room Type: 1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments
Rate Per Apartment: 1 Bedroom $165.00 and 2 Bedroom $245.00 per apartment per night (room only)
Wi-fi: Complimentary
Parking: Secure and undercover onsite car park.

High and low numbers

Hoddle GridIf you’re choosing your own hotel and you want one close to the Convention Centre, then avoid low street numbers. (What!?#)

Central Melbourne is based on the famous ‘Hoddle Grid’ and the highest street numbers for the main thoroughfares and minor streets are closest to the venue.

So a hotel at 25 Collins Street might be attractive but it’s at the opposite end of the city to the Conference Centre – 623 Collins street would be much closer.

However ….  there’s the Free Tram Zone that can rescue you from a walk (but the walk would be healthier and quite pleasant)! The Free Tram Zone takes you close to both the Convention Centre as well as Deakin Downtown and RMIT and other key spots.

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2020 Conference partners

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Supporting Associations

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