Hotel Grand Chancellor, Hobart
Overlooking the River Derwent and Constitution Dock, the Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart is situated on the waterfront and is perfectly placed for exploring this fascinating historic city.
Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart
1 Davey Street, Hobart Tasmania 7000
+ 61 (3) 6235 4535
SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION RATE
A special room rate has been negotiated at the Grand Chancellor, Hobart for Congress attendees (date range 22 to 27 March 2020)
City View Room : $250 room only per night
Harbour View Room : $285 room only per night
Full Buffet Breakfast in Restaurant : $32 per person per day
Tasmania, Australia is an island of dramatic beauty, modern sophisticated cities, friendly innovative people and a fascinating preserved history.
Located at Australia’s southernmost tip, just a 50 minutes’ flight from the major International airport at Melbourne, you’ll find an unspoilt yet accessible wilderness, colonial heritage, and succulent fresh produce and award-winning wines.
It’s no wonder Lonely Planet has called Hobart one of the top ten spots to visit in the world right now.
Hobart is Tasmania’s capital city and the second oldest capital in Australia, after Sydney. Located at the entrance to the Derwent River, its well-preserved surrounding bushland reaches close to the city centre and beaches line the shores of the river and estuary beyond. With its captivating history, picturesque waterways, rugged mountains and gourmet experiences, the city has something for everyone.
Award-winning restaurants offer fine dining experiences using the best Tasmanian produce recognised by the world’s best chefs, while on the waterfront punts and fishmongers sell the freshest seafood straight from the Southern Ocean.
Getting Around Hobart
Public transport facilities in Hobart are easily accessible with frequent bus services. Taxis abound and are reasonably priced. A free busy bee service operates throughout the city. For further information on bus timetables visit the Metro Tasmania on www.metrotas.com.au.
As Australia’s only island state, access to Tasmania is by air and sea only. Regular flights depart from Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane and fly direct to Hobart and Launceston. Direct flights are also available from Melbourne to Wynyard (Burnie), Devonport, King and Flinders Island.
As airlines are regularly changing and updating schedules we recommend you check each airlines web site for the best prices and most convenient flights.
Many hotels will recommend and offer an Airport Shuttle service however the Red Line service is available to pre-book from the airport to your chosen accommodation. These bookings can be made at www.tasredline.com.au. There are also taxi and bus services that run regularly from the airport to the city centre.
Alternatively many visitors travel to Tasmania from Melbourne by sea on the Spirit of Tasmania. Departing from Melbourne and arriving in Devonport, this has the added benefit of letting you bring your own car and make the most of Tasmania’s touring potential.
Travellers entering Australia on a foreign passport will need a visa regardless of the purpose or duration of their stay. Tourists from selected countries (New Zealand) are exempt.
If your sole reason for coming to Australia is to attend this conference, please apply for this VISA:
For information on who can apply for the eVisitor (subclass 651) visa online, please go to: www.border.gov.au/Trav/Visa-1/651-
For any other circumstances, please view the below VISAS:
For information on who can apply for the ETA (Subclass 601) visa online, please go to: www.border.gov.au/Trav/Visa-1/601-
For information on who can apply for the Visitor (Subclass 600) visa online, please go to: www.border.gov.au/Trav/Visa-1/600-
For information on who can apply for the Temporary Work (Short Stay Activity) visa (subclass 400) online, please go to: www.border.gov.au/Trav/Visa-1/400-
As a guide, temperatures in Hobart in March range from 12°C to 19°C.