Getting Here

Tasmania is an island state, accessible by direct flight from most mainland capital cities, and by sea on the Spirit of Tasmania from either Melbourne or Sydney to Devonport.

Air Travel

For your international or domestic air travel needs, our conference partner Andrew Jones Travel can assist you find the right flight at a great price.

You can choose to book online or contact Andrew Jones Travel's helpful staff for domestic bookings. As the website is in development, please contact Andrew Jones Travel by email or phone for international bookings.

Online Domestic Bookings

Go to the web link above and follow the prompts from "Click here for Online Flight Bookings".

When you reach the Itinerary Details page, please enter:

Conference: ACSW 2006

in the Special Requests field (half way down the page).

Our exclusive arrangement with Andrew Jones Travel will enable you to tap into their expertise for itinerary planning, whilst experiencing the convenience of internet or phone bookings at great prices through their 24 hour service.

To & From Hobart Airport

Hobart airport is located 18kms from the city centre. Self drive hire cars, taxis and a shuttle bus service to the city centre and also to Wrest Point, are available from the airport.

Vehicle Rental

Thrifty Car Rental is offering delegates a great rate for vehicle hiring for before, during and after the conference. To choose from their vast fleet and special rates please go to the TasVacations web site:

Central Hobart Map

You might want to download this map of central Hobart (Adobe PDF format) if you are hiring a vehicle, and need to find your accommodation.

International Travel Entry Requirements

All overseas visitors to Tasmania require a valid passport and pre-arranged visa (expect for New Zealand). Please consult your local Australian Embassy or Consulate for information.

Travel Insurance

For your travel insurance needs please refer to our conference partner, Andrew Jones Travel


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