Australia's second oldest capital city, Hobart is one of Australia's most popular tourist destinations, offering rich heritage, beautiful scenery and a wealth of culture. Hobart is famous for its rich history, beautiful bushlands and waterways, rugged mountains and gourmet food experiences, providing something to offer for everyone.

Venue | Getting there | Things to do

Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart

The Conference will be held at the Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart. Conveniently located on the Hobart waterfront, the Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart is just a short walk away from the Hobart CBD, Salamanca Place, The Markets and Battery Point.

Getting there


Hobart Airport is located just a short 15 minute drive from the Hobart CBD. Direct flights to Hobart are available from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide, with short stopover options available from other cities, including Perth.

Hobart Airport offers regular shuttle bus services to the Hobart CBD. Taxis and rental cars are available from the airport.

Public Transport

Hobart's Metro bus service provides a fast and convenient way to travel around Hobart. More information on the Metro service can be found here.


For customised directions to the Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart via road, click the 'directions' button on the map below.

Things to do


MONA - the Museum of Old and New Art - is world renowned for its provocative, engaging and thought-provoking exhibitions. Offering a fascinating mix of ancient and contemporary artworks, MONA is just a short ferry ride from the Hobart CBD and is not to be missed when visiting Hobart.

Find out more at the MONA website here.

Salamanca Place

Looking like a scene from a postcard, Salamanca Place is lined with beautiful multi-storey sandstone warehouses, a perfect example of colonial Australian architecture. Dating back to the whaling days of the 1830's, Salamanca Place is now home to many restaurants, bars, cafes and shops, offering something for everyone to enjoy.

Salamanca Place is also home to the Salamanca Market. With over 300 stalls, Salamanca Market is Tasmania's most visited tourist attraction, which comes alive every Saturday from 8:30am to 3:00pm.

Image credit: Alastair Bett

kunanyi / Mount Wellington

Located just a short 30 minute drive out of the Hobart CBD, kunanyi / Mount Wellington towers 1,271m over Hobart, providing an unmatched view of Hobart and southern Tasmania.

View more information on kunanyi / Mount Wellington here.

Port Arthur Historic Site

Located on the Tasman Peninsula, the site has more than 30 buildings, ruins and restored period homes dating from the prison's establishment in 1830 until its closure in 1877.

Find out more about the Port Arthur Historic Site here.

Port Arthur Historic Site
Image credit: Alastair Bett

Battery Point

Located behind Salamanca Place, Battery Point is a former maritime village, offering beautiful old laneways, 19th century cottages and colonial Australian architecture to marvel at.

Image credit: Alastair Bett

*Images in banner courtesy of Alastair Bett (1 and 3) and Stuart Gibson (2).

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