Travelling to Perth

Perth is Australia's western gateway and a major hub for international air services from Asia, Africa, the Middle East, the United Kingdom and Europe. Domestic airlines operate daily services to Perth from the Eastern States. There are also regional services from Perth to many destinations within the state.

Perth Airport

The domestic and international airport terminals are located approximately 32 km from Fremantle. A shuttle bus service meets all flights into Western Australia. Operating both to and from Perth Airport, the Perth Airport Connect shuttle buses will pick you up or drop you off right at the door of your Perth City or Fremantle hotel. For information and bookings, please visit www.perthairportconnect.com.au or call 1300 666 806. These buses are located at the front of each terminal.

Covered taxi ranks are located on the ground floor of both the International Terminal (T1) and Domestic Terminals (T2 & T3) and cost approximately AUS$50 to the Perth and AUS$60 to Fremantle. It takes about 45 minutes from the airport to Fremantle.

Transperth operates a bus service to and from Perth Airport's Domestic Terminals. This bus stop in located in the bus lane, closest to Qantas Domestic Terminals.

Bus 37 operates daily between Kings Park and Domestic Terminals (T2 & T3), via the Esplanade Bus Port, Victoria Park Transfer Station and Belmont Forum Shopping Centre. The journey takes approximately 55 minutes. From the Esplanade Bus port (in Perth CBD) you can catch a train to Fremantle that takes approx. 40 minutes.

Please note that Transperth does not operate bus services to Perth Airport's International Terminal.  The Perth Airport Connect shuttle service is available for passengers who wish to travel between both the International (T1) and Domestic Terminals (T2/3) and Perth City or Fremantle. 

For more information about Transperth or Perth Airport, please click the following links:

Visa

All non-Australian passport holders will require a visa to enter Australia.

For information on visa requirements and applications, please visit the Department of Home Affairs.
For more information, please read the below links:

General information for visa applicants
Visa options for business conferences, seminars, trade fairs and expos

 

We strongly encourage you to commence the application process no later than eight weeks prior to the conference (by 14th December 2020).  Participants for the event may be eligible for the following visa options:

Visitor (subclass 600)(Business stream)
Electronic Travel Authority – ETA (subclass 601)
eVisitor (subclass 651)(Business Stream)


Letters of Invitation
Registration fees must be paid in full before a letter of invitation will be provided.
Letters of invitation can be requested by contacting promaco@promaco.com.au 
All requests for letter are individually reviewed and suspected fraudulent submissions are forwarded to Australian Immigration.

Thank you to our supporters

 

For any information or queries, please contact the conference co-chairs. 

Dr Kirsten Holmes

Curtin University
08 9266 7411
k.holmes@curtin.edu.au

Dr Edmund Goh

Edith Cowan University
08 6304 5231

e.goh@ecu.edu.au