Venue & Getting Around
Australia’s sunniest capital city, Perth effortlessly blends urban cool with raw natural beauty. Its heart is bustling with new bars, restaurants, shopping and cultural spaces, and is also home to Kings Park – one of the world’s largest inner city parks. Just a short drive away are the beautiful wineries of the Swan Valley and a string of stunning beaches where you can watch amazing sunsets and even swim with wild dolphins.
Hyatt Regency Perth
The IRSC 2019 conference sessions and exhibition will take place at the Hyatt Regency Perth, located on the foreshore parklands of the picturesque Swan River.
The Hyatt Regency Perth features a central location, perfect for exploring the city’s landmarks and admiring the city’s beauty in a short walk towards the CBD. Take advantage of Perth’s stunning climate with plenty of walking and cycling tracks, as well as parks and reserves which are all within close proximity. Appreciate unique displays at the Art Gallery of Western Australia or discover historic sites on Perth’s City ‘Historic Tram Tour’.
Exclusive Event Accommodation at Hyatt Regency Perth
Hyatt Regency Perth is pleased to offer accommodation at a special event rate*, available for additional nights you may require before or after your included accommodation purchased as part of your Conference Package.
To book, please click here to visit Hyatt Regency’s website to select your stay dates either pre or post conference.
Alternatively, contact the Hyatt Regency’s reservations team on 13 12 34 and quote the special offer code EVNT.
* Rates subject to change based on availability at the time of booking.
Hyatt Regency Perth
99 Adelaide Terrace
Perth, WA 6000
+61 8 9225 1234
The State’s capital Perth is well-serviced by approximately 19 international airlines, with direct flights from the UK, Middle East, South Africa, New Zealand and Asia.
Spanning 2,400 kilometres from north to south, Western Australia is the largest state you’ll visit down under, though you’ll find it really easy to travel around all five of its diverse regions. A driving holiday in WA is one of the best ways to experience the State’s diverse landscapes. A huge choice of short and extended itineraries will help you get the most out of your self-drive adventure on the coast, in the outback and in the forests and wine regions of WA. In some remote areas of the outback, you can even opt to travel in the safety of a small convoy, led by an experienced 4WD tag-along tour guide. Bring along your driver’s licence and rent a car, 4WD, motorbike or motorhome.
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.