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11th NSW Water Industry Operations Conference & Exhibition

29 & 30 March 2017
Exhibition Park in Canberra (EPIC)

Accomodation

Delegates are responsible for booking their own accommodation. 

The Canberra and Region Visitors Centre is able to assist delegates with choosing and booking your accommodation, call the Canberra and Region Visitors Centre on 1300 554 114 or book online through visitcanberra.com.au

The following listing of accomodation providers is provided for your convenience as they will be close to the conference bus route. WIOA does not endorse or recommend any of the accomodation providers.

Name Address Phone
Canberra Rex Hotel 150 Northbourne Avenue, Braddon 02 6248 5311
Capital Executive Apartment Hotel 108 Northbourne Avenue, Braddon 02 6243 8333
Country Comfort Canberra 102 Northbourne Avenue, Braddon 02 6249 1411
Clifton on Northbourne 100 Northbourne Avenue, Braddon 02 6262 6266
Mantra on Northbourne 84 Northbourne Avenue, Canberra City 02 6243 2500
Medina Executive James Court 74 Northbourne Avenue, Canberra City 02 6240 1234
Novotel Canberra 65 Northbourne Avenue, Canberra City 02 6245 5000
Pavilion on Northbourne 242 Northbourne Avenue, Dickson 02 6247 6888
Quality Hotel Dickson Badham Street, Dickson 02 6247 4744
Yowani Country Club 455 Northbourne Avenue, Lyneham 02 6241 3377

 

About Canberra

In 1908, the Federal Parliament designated land known as the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) to be the administrative territory for the national capital and annexed further land at Jervis Bay on the New South Wales South Coast as an allied seaport.

The landscape of the ACT falls into a temperate zone climatically and is characterised by fertile farm and grazing lands. Geographically, the region is surrounded by the Great Dividing Range to the east and the foot of the Australian Alps to the west. The Territory has an abundance of nature with over half of the total area preserved as parks and nature reserves.

ACT has four distinct seasons with warm summers and cool winters. Our clean air is purified by passing over the Australian Alps and our water comes from pure, pristine catchments fed by pure rain and snowmelt.

Canberra, the urban centre of the ACT, is a thriving modern city of around 390,000 people.

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