We acknowledge the traditional custodians throughout Western Australia and their continuing connection to country, waters and community. We pay our respects to all members of the Aboriginal communities and their cultures; and to Elders past, present and emerging.


Our conference venue, Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre (PCEC), is located right on the banks of the Derbal Yerrigan (Swan River), in WA’s capital city. Perth is located in the ancient country of the Whadjuk Nyoongar people, Traditional Owners of south west WA for at least 45,000 years. It has always been an important place for connection, where people come together for trade and knowledge sharing. Resident Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins may be seen from the PCEC and surrounding Elizabeth Quay.

Perth is 8 hours ahead of the UTC, a timezone shared with 60% of the world’s human population. It is a key city within the Asia-Pacific region, and readily accessible.

Our warm and sunny climate invites you to enjoy true Australian hospitality where a vibrant multicultural city connects with nature and aquatic lifestyle. A welcoming community that is brimming with new and established hospitality venues, retail outlets and business centres, Perth’s urban landscape continues to grow and evolve, while still retaining its stunning natural beauty and sense of space. Supported by a robust economy, the city is booming and has undergone a remarkable transformation in recent years that continues to improve and broaden the scope of what’s on offer.

Greater Perth stretches along the river banks and the sandy beaches of the Indian Ocean. Overlooking the city is Kings Park and Botanic Garden, one of the world’s largest inner-city parks.  Rottnest Island is a 30-minute ferry ride from Perth, where you’re likely to see migrating humpback whales, bottlenose dolphins, Australian sea lions and long-nosed fur seals, not to mention the perpetually smiling and painfully cute quokkas!


A conference visit to Perth provides you with the opportunity to explore our great backyard wilderness that is WA.

From the giant, tropical tides in the remote north; the spectacular diversity of Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area; the unique Shark Bay World Heritage Area with its tool using dolphins and significant dugong population; the highly productive Perth Canyon; Rottnest Island; Margaret River’s famous stretch where vineyards and old growth forest meet thundering surf (and intrepid surfers); to the shores of the Southern Ocean where sea lions and kangaroos share gleaming white beaches – its all #justanotherdayinWA

With so much to see and do in Perth, be sure to live like a local in Western Australia!

Don’t forget to experience the romance of the open road on an epic adventure across Western Australia’s captivating landscapes. Click HERE for more information on travel itineraries in Western Australia!