Workshop Location

National Wine Centre of Australia
Corner of Botanic Road and Hackney Road
Adelaide SA 5000
Tel: +61 8 8303 3355
Fax: +61 8 8303 7444
Web: National Wine Centre of Australia web site


We have negotiated reasonable rates at some close by hotels. Adelaide also has the obligatory bunch of big hotels, many within 20-30 minutes walk of the wine center.

Please note that you must also submit a registration form for the conference.

Social Events

  • There will be a reception at the National Wine Centre on the evening of Wednesday the 29th of March.
  • The conference dinner will be held Thursday March 30th, at the Stamford Grand hotel overlooking Glenelg beach. Transport to the hotel from the wine center will be provided.

Traveling to the National Wine Centre

1. From Adelaide Airport
  • By taxi: The taxi fare from the airport to the centre of the city is approximately $15 and takes approximately 15 minutes. The taxi fare to The National Wine Centre approximately $20.
  • By bus: The JetBus runs approximately every 15 minutes during the day to the city.
2. From within the city
  • By car: A passenger set down area is available on Hackney Road. Short term parking is available along Hackney Road and Plane Tree Drive, and car parks are located on Frome Road, Rundle Street and North Terrace. Please note on-site parking facilities are limited.
  • By bus: The National Wine Centre is easily accessible by public transport. The Adelaide Free Buses - catch the City Loop (99C) around the city and stop at Botanic Gardens/East Terrace. The Botanic Road entrance to National Wine Centre is approximately 200 metres walk East.
    Adelaide Metro buses including the O-Bahn bring you to the National Wine Centre bus stop either on Botanic Road (stop 1) or on Hackney Road (stop 2). More information about itineraries and timetables are available at the Passenger Transport InfoCentre corner King William and Currie Streets (call 8210 1000 or toll free on 1800 182 160).
    The Adelaide Explorer bus also stops at key visitor attractions around Adelaide, including the National Wine Centre (call 8).

PAM would like to thank ARC Communications Research Network (ACoRN) for sponsoring the proceedings, National ICT Australia (NICTA) for sponsoring the prize for best paper, AARNET for providing Internet access, and Intel as major sponsor for the conference.