RANZCR ASM 2022 Adelaide, to be held on the traditional lands of the First Nations Kaurna People, warmly invites the Radiology community to the heart of Adelaide BioMed City, to join together to recognise the pivotal role of Clinical Radiology and Radiation Oncology in the healthcare of all Australians, providing an unparalleled opportunity to:
The average maximum temperature in October is 22°C and the average minimum temperature is 12°C.
Adelaide Metro provide connections via bus, train or tram from greater metropolitan Adelaide. Once in the city the tram is free between South Terrace and the Adelaide Entertainment Centre, as well as along North Terrace.
If you’re driving in, parking is easy thanks to Smart Parking. Using the Park Adelaide app you can see in advance where vacant on-street parking spaces are. Once you’ve parked, you can then pay for your parking and you’ll even get a reminder before your time is up. Of course if you’re not ready to leave, you can even extend your parking time with a once-off extra payment. If you prefer undercover parking, there are multiple UPark locations across the city.
Adelaide Metro Bus
Adelaide Metro also offers a convenient Jetbus service to Glenelg, West Beach and the City, servicing all stops en route.
JetBus is a Metro card service. Metro cards can be purchased from the airport ticket vending machine at the bus stop. The machine takes coins, notes and eftpos.
Search, compare and book your car hire with Adelaide Airport at CarRentalADL.com.au. Our online car rental booking comparison experience compares our top on-airport car rental providers. Explore the sights of Adelaide and Surrounds with Hertz, Budget, AVIS, Europcar & more, or book your car hire for your destination before you depart. Car rental desks are also located on the ground level of the terminal adjacent to the baggage claim area and parking for car rentals is located on the ground floor of the multi-level car park.
For more information on Airport Transfers visit: Adelaide Airport Shuttle Bus, Metro & Taxi Transport Options
Parking at ACC
The Adelaide Convention Centre (ACC) operates two convenient car parks: the Riverbank Car Park and the North Terrace Car Park.
For more information about parking at ACC visit: ACC-Car-Parking-Rates_2021-22.pdf (adelaidecc.com.au)
Central to your shopping experience in Adelaide is Rundle Mall, which was Australia’s first pedestrian-only mall. Today it’s home to over 700 retail stores, 300 office and services and a multitude of eclectic arcades and laneways with stores that will surprise and delight you. Rundle Street and North Adelaide feature a range of boutique outlets, while Adelaide Central Market is the place to go for fresh produce and gourmet goodies.
No matter the time of day, your tastes or budget, you won’t go hungry in Adelaide. The city has got some amazing coffee spots if you need a quick pick-me-up. For breakfast, lunch or dinner, you can choose from a smorgasbord of cafes and restaurants. If you’re wanting kick-off a big night, or kick-on after, Adelaide’s got a plethora of bars just waiting to be discovered.
As the sun goes down, Adelaide’s nightlife heats up. Adelaide is known as Australia’s Festival State and hosts major world class events such as WOMADelaide, Adelaide Fringe Festival, and the Adelaide Cabaret Festival.
The music scene rocks – in 2015 we were designated as Australia’s first, and only UNESCO City of Music. Don’t worry if jazz or classical is more your style, the live music scene caters for all tastes.
Things to do in Adelaide
With so many exceptional beaches so close to the city centre, Adelaide’s sand and surf are virtually inescapable. Chuck on your bathers and jump on a tram just 20 minutes to Adelaide’s favourite city beach, Glenelg.
Or head to Henley beach to soak up the sun at the water’s edge or over dinner and drinks as the sun sets beyond the horizon. Surrounded by a range of high-end seafood restaurants and centering around a bustling grassed square, Henley is a must-visit whether you’re after a quality dinner, a quality swim, or a bit of both.
Kaurna Walking Trail
Take a walk through Adelaide’s rich Kaurna heritage with this walking trail. The Kaurna (pronounced ‘Gar-na’) people are the traditional owners and custodians of the Adelaide Plains. This trail links 17 significant places of significance to Kaurna culture and heritage. You’ll learn about traditional Elders and discover their stories of the past as told through art and word.
For a quintessential Adelaide experience, step into a thriving hub of food and culture at the Adelaide Central Market. A favourite spot with the locals, here, countless authentic eateries offer a gastronomic gateway to Asia, while produce from all over South Australia including fruits, vegetables, cheeses, small goods, chocolate, honey and breads pack stalls manned by local producers. Grab breakfast, then embark on a guided tour, taking you through the market’s rich history, much-loved characters and tastes from all corners of the globe.
Adelaide Botanic Gardens
Take time out to explore the beauty and diversity of plants from across Australia and around the world. Spend an hour or the whole day among the 50 hectares of magnificently maintained gardens and stunning architecture. Relax in the shade or enjoy a coffee among some of Australia’s finest plant collections.
Things to see include the magnificently-restored 1877-built Palm House, First Creek Wetland, the Amazon Waterlily Pavilion, the Santos Museum of Economic Botany and the Bicentennial Conservatory.
Hailed as the world’s prettiest cricket ground, the Adelaide Oval hosts interstate and international cricket matches in summer, plus national AFL and state football matches in winter. Take a tour to go behind closed doors and inside the historic scoreboard, or reach new heights by taking on the Roof Climb.
Art Gallery of South Australia
Set within jewel-like 19th and 20th century buildings in the heart of the city’s cultural precinct the Art Gallery of South Australia boasts one of the largest art museum collections in Australia. The gallery is currently home to approximately 47,000 works of art from Australia, Europe, North America and Asia.
Carefully curated exhibitions and displays provide a unique experience, taking you through the history of art, up to present day in surprising and unexpected ways. As you wander from one gallery to the next, you’ll find works of art presented in ways that give new insights, culturally and thematically.
South Australian Museum
The South Australian Museum is home to the world’s largest collection of Australian Aboriginal cultural material, with over 3,000 artefacts on display, and the culturally significant Yuendumu Doors. The South Australian Biodiversity Gallery brings into sharp focus the land and marine wildlife of South Australia, with touch screens, interactive elements and a wealth of information. Other galleries include the Pacific Cultures, Megafauna, Opalised Fossils, Polar, Ediacaran, Minerals and the Ancient Egyptian Room.
Adelaide Zoo, one of Adelaide’s most iconic attractions. Over 8 hectares of magnificent botanic surroundings, the zoo is home to more than 2,500 animals and 250 species of exotic and native mammals, birds, reptiles and fish, including Australia’s only Giant Pandas, Wang Wang and Fu Ni.