Getting to Adelaide
Adelaide is easily accessible from all Australian airports and international gateways. The flight to Adelaide from Melbourne is less than 1 hour and just 1 hour, 40 minutes from Sydney. Domestic airlines: Qantas, Jetstar, Virgin Australia and Tigerair.
International airlines: Qatar Airways, Emirates, China Southern Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Air New Zealand, Cathay Pacific, Malaysia Airlines, Jetstar International and Fiji Airways (direct flights from 30 June, 2017).
Adelaide Airport is only 15 mins drive or 7 kms from the city centre. Catch a taxi or the Jet Express bus (J1 or J2) running every 15 mins to make it into town.
Getting to the Conference Venue - Sanctuary Adelaide Zoo
Sanctuary Adelaide Zoo is located in Adelaide’s city fringe parklands with access to all the services of the central business district, yet with the tranquillity of Botanic Park and the magic of the Adelaide Zoo.
Located on Plane Tree Drive, SAZ is located on the first floor above the main entrance to Adelaide Zoo. Entry doors are to the right of the Zoo Shop on the front of the building.
Address: Gate 1 Plane Tree Drive Adelaide SA 5000
Airport - 30 min by car/taxi
CBD - 15 minutes by car/taxi
Transport to the Global Eco Conference and Functions
Global Eco is offering delegates transfers to the conference at Sanctuary, Adelaide Zoo (SAZ) from conference preferred accommodation. More details and pricing will be available soon.
Parking at Sanctuary, Adelaide Zoo (SAZ)
There is extensive parking on Plane Tree Drive and surrounding areas, at either multi-level facilities or on the street. Public parking is metered during the day (requires coins) and free in the evenings*. SAZ does not have any dedicated parking facilities.
$2.60 per hour 8am-6pm –Plane Tree Drive (4 hour block)
$8.00 per day 7am-5pm –Botanic Drive