Bursting with culture, flavours, events and entertainment, Adelaide, Australia is set to be the perfect location to host the next World Fisheries Congress, September 2021.
Adelaide – a Great Wine Captial of the World – hosts vibrant cafés, great dining, highly acclaimed art and music, beautiful beaches and famous wineries all within a short distance of a world-class convention centre.
All of the official WFC2021 hotel suppliers have provided flexible cancellation policies in the event that a delegate is unable to travel due to a Government enforced lockdown or border closures resulting from COVID-19.
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Taking a winery tour of the Barossa Valley, Adelaide Hills or McLaren Vale regions; all which are within an hour’s drive of the city-centre and produce some of the world’s best wines.
Visit the seaside escape of Glenelg, one of South Australia’s vibrant local beaches, via a 25 minute tram ride from Adelaide city.
Get up close with Australian wildlife at Cleland Wildlife park, only 20 minutes from Adelaide’s city centre.
Visit Tandanya – Australia’s National Aboriginal Cultural Institute, located in the heart of the city.
Enjoy some of the world’s finest food and wine within walking distance of the congress venue. Adelaide is home to an all-star cast of world-famous chefs, winemakers and producers.
Explore South Australia…from historic Port Adelaide to the rugged beauty of Kangaroo Island, come and enjoy some of the unique experiences South Australia has to offer.
AND THERE’S MORE TO EXPLORE…
AUSTRALIA’S RED CENTRE
THE OLDEST LIVING CULTURE IN THE WORLD
OUTDOOR ADVENTURE IN TASMANIA
NEW ZEALAND’S HIDDEN TREASURES
THE VENUE...ADELAIDE CONVENTION CENTRE
The Adelaide Convention Centre is a centre transformed – The recent expansion has seen it emerge as Australia’s most flexible and technologically advanced convention centre.
A striking landmark on Adelaide’s Riverbank, the Centre comprises three independent yet seamlessly integrated buildings: East, Central and West. Each building takes advantage of their prime positioning on the River Torrens, providing plenty of natural light and panoramic views of the river to deliver a heightened sense of destination.