The conference will be held across six venues in Barton, Canberra. These venues include Hotel Realm, Hotel Kurrajong, Dialogue, the National Press Club of Australia, ALiC (Yellow Edge) and the National Gallery of Australia. These venues are approximately 10 minutes by taxi (non peak time) from the Canberra international airport. A taxi will cost approximately A$18-$22. Taxis are available at all times of the day from the front of the terminal.


















Hotel Realm

Canberra’s most exclusive 5 Star property offers a conference venue like no other. In 2015, Hotel Realm was inducted into the Australian Hotels Association ACT Hall of Fame, resulting from its consistent accolades as the Australian Hotels Association ‘Best Meetings and Events Hotel in Australia’ 2012 – 2014 and ‘Best Meetings and Events Hotel in the ACT’ 2010, 2012 – 2014.

Located on the footsteps of parliament house, the Hotel is a few minutes walk from Parliament House, Lake Burley Griffin and the excitement of night spots such as Manuka and Kingston. Hotel Realm is a located approximately 7 minutes by car to the City Centre. Canberra Airport is 10 kms away and Kingston Train Station is just 1km.

Address: 18 National Circuit, Canberra ACT 2600
Phone number: (02) 6163 1800
On site WiFi name: DOMA Conference
WiFi password: @domahotels

Hotel Kurrajong Canberra

Originally opened in 1926, a time when personal style was celebrated. And so it is again. The hotel has been refurbished to its original
grandeur, with 21st century comforts carefully incorporated.

Hotel Kurrajong Canberra has stylish and sophisticated meeting and event spaces to suit a range of events, specialising in boardroom
meetings, small meetings and events with a difference. It is set up to cater for the local diplomat, business person, birthday or
personal celebration.

Address: 8 National Circuit, Barton ACT 2600
Phone number: (02) 6234 4444
WiFi: is available please look for signage regarding access when on the premises.


A modern and well equipped business centre located at the base of the award winning 4 National Circuit building, delivering a suite of professional services including conference and meeting facilities and serviced office space.

Address: 4 National Circuit, Barton ACT 2600
Phone number: (02) 6269 5700
On site WiFi name: Dialogue2600
WiFi Password: dialogue01

National Press Club of Australia

Established by journalists, based in Canberra, to provide a genuine national forum for discussion of the issues of the day by the
personalities who help shape them. Through the National Australia Bank Addresses the Press Club has developed a reputation
nationally and internationally as Australia’s leading forum for the discussion of issues and debate on public policy in a lively,
informative and entertaining format. The National Press Club is Australia’s best known institution for informed discussion and debate,
and has a history spanning more than 50 years.

Address: 16 National Circuit, Barton ACT 2600
Phone number: (02) 6121 2199
On site WiFi name: National Press Club
WiFi Password: pressclub

Australian Leadership Innovation Centre
(ALiC, also known as Yellow Edge (YE))

One of Canberra’s most desirable executive event facilities. Located in the Parliamentary triangle (Barton), it offers a unique open-plan design featuring natural light from our floor-to-ceiling windows, state-of-the-art technology.

Address: Level 2, 9 Sydney Avenue, Barton, ACT, 2600
Phone number: (02) 6273 0168
WiFi: is available please look for signage regarding access when on the premises.

National Gallery of Australia

Located in Canberra, is the Commonwealth of Australia’s national cultural institution for the visual arts and is a portfolio agency within
the Department of Communications and the Arts.

The functions of the NGA are prescribed in its enabling legislation, the National Gallery Act 1975, which requires the NGA to develop
and maintain a national collection of works of art; exhibit, or make available for exhibition by others, works of art from the national
collection or works of art that are in the possession of the Gallery; and use every endeavour to make the most advantageous use of
the national collection in the national interest.

Address: Parkes Place, Parkes, Canberra