The ANZMAG 2019 Conference Venue is Pullman Bunker Bay Resort, located in the superb South West of Western Australia, nestled alongside the crystal clear waters of beautiful Bunker Bay in the world renowned Margaret River Wine Region. The Margaret River resort sets the environmental benchmark in upscale Margaret River accommodation. Contemporary in style and unmatched in attentive service making it the perfect location for the upcoming ANZAMG 2019 Conference.
Airport and Transport
The domestic and international airport terminals are located approximately 11.6 km from the Perth City Centre.
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. It takes about 25 minutes from the airport to Perth.
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.
ANZMAG 2019 Conference will have shuttle buses to provide return transport to delegates between Perth airport/city and Pullman Bunkerbay. Times will be given at a closer date.
For delegates who are driving to Bunker Bay from Perth, take the Kwinana Freeway and continue South along the Forest- Bussell Hwy to Bunbury. At Bunbury roundabout follow the signs to Busselton and then take the Busselton bypass to Dunsborough. Turn right off Caves Road into Cape Naturaliste Road- this is clearly marked after the turn off into Dunsborough. Go straight through 2 roundabouts and turn right 200 metres after the second roundabout. Then right turn off to Bunker Bay. Bunker Bay road is about 10 minutes from town.
If you are planning to attend ANZMAG with your family, the venue can organise activities or recommend a babysitting company so you can enjoy the conference to its fullest. This will need to be pre-booked. If you'd like more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can easily enjoy natural beaches, beautiful vineyards, forests, caves and more, all in a single day in Australia’s South West. More than 23,000km make up the south west corner of Western Australia, with 1000 of those kilometres consisting of awe-inspiring coastline just waiting to be explored. With 24 national parks, there’s plenty of nature and wildlife to see and meet, while rich soils and fertile land provide foodies with the best in fresh produce and gourmet experiences.
There are four visas for visiting Australia:
Visitor visa (subclass 600)
Electronic Travel Authority (subclass 601)
eVisitor (subclass 651)
Special Category visa (subclass 444) - New Zealand Citizens
The visa you need depends on what your visit is for, and how long you plan to stay.
For information on finding the correct visa, visit the Australian Government’s Department of Home Affairs Visa Finder: www.homeaffairs.gov.au/trav/visa-1.
Western Standard – UTC/GMT + 8 hours – applies to the whole of Western Australia including Perth, and is the same time zone as Singapore, Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Manila and Taipei.
Western Australia enjoys hot and dry summers and slightly wet winters, altogether characterising a temperate climate. It experiences all of the four seasons every year. During ordinary days, the weather is depicted in dry heat paired with a cooling breeze that usually comes in the afternoon.
In November, you can expect an average minimum temperature of 16° C and an average maximum temperature of 28° C.
Plan your trip
There is always something happening and so much to see and do in Perth & the South-West, below are a few suggestions.
Margaret River & the South-West
There is always something happening and so much to see and do in South-West, here are a few suggestions.
Wineries and wine tasting
Margaret River and its premium wine region is the place for indulging many passions. It's the only wine region in Australia where you can hop from award-winning wineries and restaurants to stunning beaches, tall timber posts, world-class surf breaks and ancient caves.
Popular WA wineries are Amelia Park, Vasse Felix, Moss Wood & Voyager Estate.
Visit www.margaretriver.com for more information on wineries and wine tours.
Between May and December, humpback, southern right and blue whales make their way along WA's coast, often coming so close to shore. The best time to observe these magnificent creatures of the ocean is midday, when the sun is directly overhead.
If you're lucky, you can even see them while having breakfast or lunch at the alfresco area in Pullman Bunker Bay.
Sandy White Beaches
Western Australian beaches are regularly voted the best in the world. Along its 12,500 kilometres of coastline, you'll find the most amazing World Heritage scenery, once in a life time wildlife encounters and enduring beach memories.
Some popular and most recommended beaches are Busselton Foreshore, Bunker Bay, Eagle Bay and Castle Rock.
Cape to Cape Track
The Cape to Cape Walk Track runs for 135 kilometres along the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge, between the lighthouse of Cape Naturaliste and Cape Leeuwin in the far south west of Western Australia. The trail features spectacular coastal and forest scenery, caves, headlands and rock formations and an ever-changing display of vegetation and wildflowers.
Visit www.capetocapetrack.com.au for more information.
Two Feet and a Heartbeat
Two Feet and a Hearbeat run a series of informative, interactive and inviting tours around Perth and Fremantle.
Each walking tour in Perth is delivered in a relaxed, informative and conversational manner, designed to entertain and educate. Walk into the past, present and future and get unique insight into why Perth is “the way it is”.
Famous for its laid back atmosphere and beautiful beaches, Rottnest Island lies just 18 kilometres offshore from Perth surrounded by the sparkling Indian Ocean. This is where the locals go to swim, surf, snorkel, fish and relax.
Surrounded by coral reefs and shipwrecks, the diving and snorkelling is out-of-this-world. Rotto is a car-free zone and hiring a bicycle is the best way to get around. There's also the local Bayseeker bus that regularly runs around the island and can drop you at some of the more secluded beaches and surf breaks. There are 20 bays to choose from, meaning you can often find a stretch of sand all to yourself.
Fremantle is a 30 minute drive or a 30 minute train ride from Perth city.
Against a backdrop of the best preserved 19th century port streetscape in the world, a day out in Fremantle is an eclectic and eccentric blend of fabulous artisanal food, handcrafted beers, great coffee, quirky boutiques and a lively music, arts and festival scene. On arrival, grab a sidewalk table on Fremantle's bustling ‘Cappuccino Strip’, ponder the impossibly long list of coffee options and do some people watching. Or go in search of some of Fremantle’s delectable baked goods for breakfast or brunch.
If you’re in Fremantle on a Friday, Saturday, Sunday (or even Monday if it's a public holiday), step into the iconic Fremantle Markets. For over 100 years, its hall has been filled with exotic aromas, fresh produce, fashion, live music, performance art, crafts and Indigenous art.
One of the largest inner-city parks in the world, Kings Park and Botanic Garden covers 400 hectares of Perth's heart with serene natural bushland and sculpted gardens. It's perched high on the crest of Mount Eliza, making it a top spot to take in sweeping panoramas of Perth's city skyline and Swan River.
Pack a picnic or barbecue and take the 15 minute walk to Kings Park from Perth's centre, or hop on a free CAT bus. Pick up maps and brochures from the Visitor Information Centre, take a free guided walk or enjoy a self guided tour.