Venue & Location

Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Corner of Merivale & Glenelg Street, centre4.2
South Bank,
Brisbane Queensland 4101 
(07) 3308 3000

The management at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre foster business culture that is progressive, synergistic and confident, with fresh ideas and flexibility, empowering staff to participate in developing new directions to satisfy clients and achieve business success.

The Centre's success is based on sustainable superior competitive performance, resulting in strong financial returns while facilitating the ideals of good corporate citizenship and community involvement and providing a rewarding work environment. 

The Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre is a world-class purpose-built venue renowned for its operational and service excellence. 

Getting There


A number of airlines operate flights to Brisbane Airport. Please visit their website for more information.

A number of hire car companies operate out of Brisbane Airport. Click here for more information.

Local Transport

BCEC is conveniently located close to public transport. This includes the South Brisbane Rail Station; Cultural Centre Busway and Ferry Terminals at South Bank Parklands.

BCEC has its own designated taxi rank, located at the main entry, at the corner of Merivale & Glenelg Streets, South Brisbane.


Brisbane’s abuzz with creative ways to spend your days. Get to know where the locals eat, drink and play in the inner-city and nearby urban villages. Soak up our subtropical climate, explore the river, parks and outdoor spaces, or delve into a calendar of internationally acclaimed arts, cultural and sporting events. It’s a great place to entertain the kids, or spend time without them! You’ll discover some of the best restaurants in the country as well as a vibrant live music, contemporary art and gallery scene. You can mix with the locals at weekend markets, shop for international brands and cutting-edge local designer fashion, or scour antique shops for just the right memento of your stay. Whatever your pleasure, Brisbane will inspire.

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South Bank Precinct - Walk or cycle around South Bank on the Brisbane River and see the best of the city while you exercise. Famous for its diverse mix of entertainment, recreation and leisure activities, South Bank includes 17 hectares of parklands, restaurants, cafes, bars, boutiques, museums and galleries. For a fun perspective, take a ride on the Wheel of Brisbane.

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South Bank Beach - Experience the Aussie beach vibe in the heart of the city. This fully patrolled, man-made beach is free to use and boasts a sparkling lagoon surrounded by white sand and sub-tropical plants. Relax with an ice cream, have a swim and soak up the famous Queensland sunshine. Nearby Aquativity is a fun, interactive water-play park, ideal for young families.

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GoMA and the Queensland Art Gallery - Explore GoMA, Australia's largest gallery of modern and contemporary art and the iconic Queensland Art Gallery. The galleries are architectural wonders themselves, boasting a diversity of Australian and international art as well as two galleries devoted to contemporary Indigenous work. Friday nights are perfect for drinks with friends in GoMA’s stylish bar.

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Brisbane River - Guide your own illuminated kayak up the Brisbane River on Friday and Saturday nights. Take in the shimmering lights of the cityscape on a leisurely 90-minute paddle before relaxing with a riverside meal of fresh king prawns (Friday) or a barbecue (Saturday) with famous Queensland lamingtons for dessert. Wash it all down with Australian beer and wine.

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The Collective Markets - Browse the stalls for unique and eclectic clothing by emerging artisans. This fun and friendly market in the bustling Stanley Street Plaza is held on Friday evenings and weekends. The designers are mostly creative young people and the emphasis is on effortless cool. Listen to live music as you look over handmade jewellery, art, antiques, photographs and vintage fashions.

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