FACTA 2021
Sunday 18 April – Wednesday 21 April 2021
The Calile Brisbane, Queensland

General Information

Transport from the Airport

Taxis

A taxi or Uber to or from Brisbane Airport to The Calile will cost approximately $35.00 subject to traffic conditions.

Train

From Brisbane Airport
Take the Airtrain to Fortitude Valley station, this journey is approximately 40 minutes in duration and fares start from $18.00 one-way. The hotel is located one kilometre and a short ten-minute walk from Fortitude Valley station.

From the Gold Coast
Take the Brisbane Airport train travelling north to Fortitude Valley station. Fares begin at $13.30 one-way. The hotel is located one kilometre and a short ten-minute walk from Fortitude Valley station.

Bus

James Street near Robertson Street Stop 8A is situated adjacent to the entrance to the hotel. The bus has a set route, including Brisbane city and inner suburbs such as Teneriffe, Toowong, Auchenflower, Milton and Petrie Terrace.

Brisbane Public Transport

Getting around South East Queensland using public transport is easy. On http://translink.com.au/travel-information you'll find timetables, maps and destinations, plus everything you need to know about catching a bus, train and ferry. There is also information about late night services and safety and security.

Travel & Health Insurance

The Conference does not provide insurance to delegates. We strongly recommend that you take out insurance policies to cover medical and travel expenses. If necessary, consult your travel agent

Special Requirements

Please provide details of any special diet, special needs or disability assistance required when you register.

Climate

The weather in Brisbane is comfortable and sub-tropical. The city of Brisbane enjoys a very enviable climate of brilliant hot summers and clear mild winters. These enticing attributes ensure that Brisbane is idyllic for visitors all year round. The average temperature for Brisbane in April ranges from 18°C (minimum) to 27°C (maximum).

Disclaimers

In the event of industrial disruption, the meeting organisers cannot be held responsible for any losses incurred by delegates. The program is correct at the time of printing; however, the organisers reserve the right to alter the program, if and as is deemed necessary.