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Adelaide Convention Centre

Public Transport A two minute walk from the centre, the closest tram stop is located directly outside the historic Adelaide Railway Station.


By Car The centre offers two undercover parking options, both operating 24 hrs a day, 7 days a week. Note: car park clearance is 2 metres.


By taxi or ride share Taxi companies operate in the Adelaide metropolitan area and can be booked for pick up or drop off from our North Terrace (East Building) entrance. For guests departing the Centre, a taxi rank is located on North Terrace, right on the Centre’s doorstep. Uber is also in operation within Adelaide providing another convenient mode of transport.

The Adelaide Convention Centre is a fully cashless venue. ACC accept payment via card only for all onsite charges, including car parking, food and beverages. 

The Adelaide Convention Centre provides a range of accessibility options and facilities. All car parks and buildings are wheelchair accessible.


Download: Access and Inclusion Plan

Events generate a large amount of waste. The Adelaide Convention Centre has tackled this issue from many corners and have virtually eliminated waste. 

ACC has re-distributed more than 160,000 unused meals to local charities through their partnership with OzHarvest and Foodbank.

Adelaide Convention Centre has actively participated in the EarthCheck program since 2007, and is proud to be one of the first convention centres in the world to be awarded the coveted EarthCheck Platinum certification.

Adelaide, where day flows into night

Prepare to be surprised by all that Adelaide offers!


The South Australian capital is consistently ranked as one of the world’s most liveable cities, renowned for its affordability, accessibility, friendliness, food and wine, cultural events, natural surrounds, climate, sustainable infrastructure and overall quality of life.


Set on Colonel William Light’s nationally heritage listed 1837 plan, Adelaide is one of the world’s truly planned garden cities. It boasts a rich planning history, a high-tech future and is leading the nation in planning system reform, making it the ideal host for Planning Congress 2021.

Explore…..the City of Adelaide

Adelaide is one of the world’s most walkable cities and it’s not hard to see why when you discover that the Adelaide Central Markets, Adelaide Zoo, South Australian Museum,  State Library of South Australia,  Adelaide Festival Centre and Art Gallery of South Australia are all in close proximity.

Explore…..Adelaide’s Bars and Restaurants


Adelaide’s laneway scene has emerged suddenly and spectacularly to become a vital part of city life. Sprawled into hidden alleys throughout the city. Discover this vibrant side to Adelaide.
From Leigh Street to Peel Street to Ebeneezer Place, you will find a bar or restaurant every taste.

Explore…..Adelaide’s Riverbank

In the heart of vibrant Adelaide, the emerging and exciting Adelaide Riverbank is surrounded by River Torrens, spacious parklands and the cultural boulevard of North Terrace. Home to Adelaide Oval, Adelaide Casino, Adelaide Festival Centre, Adelaide Convention Centre and Adelaide’s Botanic Gardens, Riverbank is Adelaide’s own backyard.

Explore…..Adelaide’s Beaches

From Adelaide’s favourite seaside destination, Glenelg Beach to the cosmopolitan paradise of Henley Beach to the ultimate destination for fun in the sun, Semaphore, you don’t need to travel far to get sand between your toes. All within 20 minutes of Adelaide, you can find a beach to suit you!

Explore…..Adelaide’s Wine Regions

With over 200 cellar doors within 1 hour drive of the city, including the Barossa Valley, McLaren Vale and the Adelaide Hills, you are spoilt for choice when to comes to exploring Adelaide’s world famous wine regions.