Brisbane sign at night.The conference venue - Customs House - is located in Brisbane City at 399 Queen Street.

Bring your walking shoes- the boardwalk outside of Customs House is a beautiful way to see more of the Brisbane River. 

Travelling to and from the conference should be easy with options to walk, drive or use Brisbane's public transport system.

Discover all the great things to do in and around Brisbane and 'What's On In Brisbane' while you are visiting. Find out about the Indigenous history of Brisbane (Meanjin).

Take care if you are considering bringing cultural heritage objects into Australia for the conference.

The following hotels are within 1km of Customs House. Prices listed are per night in AUD. Starting prices may change - check the hotel websites below for more details. 

Nearby accommodation

Hotel nameLocation - Brisbane CityPrices starting from*

Oaks Brisbane On Charlotte Suites 

128 Charlotte Street 

$126.65

Oaks Brisbane Aurora Suites 

420 Queen Street 

$143.65

Oaks Brisbane Lexicon Suites 

347 Ann Street 

$128.79

Holiday Inn Express Brisbane 

168 Wharf Street 

$151.05

Mantra Midtown 

127 Charlotte Street 

$145.00

The Manor Apartment Hotel 

289 Queen Street 

$202.00 

Best Western Astor Metropole 

193 Wickham Terrace 

$145.80

Istay River City Brisbane 

79 Albert Street 

$139.40

Oaks Brisbane on Margaret Suites 

212 Margaret St 

$139.40

Mantra on Mary 

70 Mary Street 

$140.00

 

Travelling to Australia 

A reminder when entering Australia to abide by all local laws and COVID-19 entry requirements:

entering Australia

COVID-19 vaccines recognised by Australia

COVID-19 health and safety

Please do not attend if you become unwell, and report any symptoms or a positive test result to event organisers. Click the link to learn more about vaccination requirements for attendees.

 

NAISA Conference 2022 - Regional Gathering Brisbane

May 29—31 2022
Brisbane, Australia

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Contact

If you have any questions, contact us at naisa@uq.edu.au.

UQ acknowledges the Traditional Owners and their custodianship of the lands on which UQ is situated. — Reconciliation statement