Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre
2684-2690 Gold Coast Highway
Broadbeach QLD 4218
Situated in Broadbeach, conveniently in the centre of the Gold Coast which, is home to some of Australia’s most significant tourist attractions as well as a myriad of restaurants and shops, the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre is the largest regional convention centre in Australia.
The perfect venue for meetings, conferences, exhibitions and special events, the Centre offers over 25 flexible meeting rooms, ranging from smaller spaces suitable for events for up to 50 people, to an auditorium accommodating 6,000. It also features four exhibition halls and offers a total exhibition space of 68,200 square metres. It is within close proximity to several hotels making it convenient for conference delegates and also offers a 24-hour car park.
By Taxi or Uber
The Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre is a 30-minute car ride from the Gold Coast Airport. It costs approximately $60.00 one-way from the airport.
When traveling southbound from Brisbane (78km) take the Broadbeach Motorway Exit and follow the directions to Broadbeach. Just after the Pacific Fair Shopping Centre turn left at the next set of lights. This will bring you out onto the Gold Coast Highway. The Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre is situated on the corner of the next street, just after The Star Grand Gold Coast.
The Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre’s carpark entrance is at the northern end of the building, accessible from traffic lights off the Gold Coast Highway and the main driveway off TE Peters Drive. Undercover car spaces are available for short-term parking. A $12.00 flat rate is charged for car parking at the Centre (subject to change).
There is a bus stop directly in front of the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre on the Gold Coast Highway.
By G:link Light Rail
The service provides an easily-accessible and affordable transport option, with the Broadbeach North Station conveniently located just metres from the Centre’s main entrance. Services run 7-days a week, approximately every 10 to 15 minutes.
The closest train station is Nerang. It is about 15 minutes by taxi or you can also catch a Surfside bus.
Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre is designed to ensure all guests have equal opportunity to benefit from the Centre’s quality services and accessible facilities. They offer the ease of wheelchair, pram and supported walking access through to their main foyer with central lifts. Their disability parking bays are located conveniently in the carpark near the central lifts. The Centre is also equipped with ramps, braille signage, hearing ability services and toilet facilities suited to all needs.
The Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre offers an onsite parent’s room that is conveniently located on the ground floor near the main entrance of the building. Parents are provided with all the essentials to make their visit enjoyable, including a change table, kitchenette, microwave, refrigerator and comfortable seating options.
Broadbeach Conference App
The Broadbeach Conference App was designed to make your stay in Broadbeach as a delegate of a major conference at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre even more enjoyable.
Thanks to the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre and Broadbeach Alliance the app includes access to a variety of discounts and offers throughout the Broadbeach precinct, across a range of categories including shopping accommodation, restaurants, cafes, indulgence, attractions, services and venue. Well renowned Gold Coast attractions in the larger Gold Coast vicinity have also joined the app with unique offers.
Visit the Centre’s website to download the app.
PIX/AMC 2020 shall be conducted in accordance with the relevant competition and anti-trust laws.
Attendees shall not enter into any discussion, activity or conduct that may infringe any applicable law.
Attendees are reminded not to, directly or indirectly, engage in anti-competitive conduct, including: price fixing; restrictive covenants; misuse of market power such as predatory pricing; exclusive dealing; resale price maintenance; or any other conduct which substantially lessens competition.
This applies not only to discussions at the conference but also to informal discussions before and during the conference. Should the conference discuss matters that are considered to be breach of competition law, the Organising Committee will close the meeting.
Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea will be available during the conference in the exhibition area and is included in your registration fee.
International Conferences & Events (ICE) Pty Ltd reserves the right to deny entry and/or terminate the registration of any person who demonstrates behaviour that International Conferences & Events (ICE) Pty Ltd deems to be inappropriate and/or a risk to others.
All prices quoted are in Australian Dollars (AUD) and include GST.
An attendee list will be supplied to all attendees including exhibitors and partners. If you do not wish to have your details on the delegate list please ensure you indicate this on your registration form.
Please note any dietary requirements when registering for the conference. If you have purchased additional tickets for accompanying guest(s), please also indicate their requirements under your registration record. All dietary requirements will be forwarded to the venue.
All details are correct at the time of publication. The Organising Committee, Poultry Information Exchange (PIX), Stock Feed Manufacturers Council of Australia (SFMCA), Australian Technical Millers Association (ATMA) and Feed Ingredients and Additives Association of Australia (FIAAA) reserves the right to change the program and functions at any time without notice.
Opinions expressed by authors in their papers and during their presentations are personal and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Organising Committee members or the Poultry Information Exchange (PIX), Stock Feed Manufacturers Council of Australia (SFMCA), Australian Technical Millers Association (ATMA) and Feed Ingredients and Additives Association of Australia (FIAAA).
The dress code throughout the conference is neat casual. The dress code for each function is indicated in the function description on the Social Functions page.
Unauthorised photography, audio/video/digital recording or any form of duplication is strictly prohibited in conference sessions.
The electrical supply is 240 volts, 50Hz. The connection for appliances is a flat 3-pin plug of unique design. Most hotels provide 110 volt outlets for shavers.
The exhibition will be located in Halls 1-4 and Central Rooms B & C on the ground floor of the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The Goods and Services Tax (GST) is a broad-based ten percent tax included in the shelf price of most Australian goods and services. The Tourist Refund Scheme allows international travellers to claim a GST refund (subject to certain conditions) on goods purchased in Australia. The refund only applies to items worn or goods taken on board as hand luggage when leaving the country.
For more information, please visit www.customs.gov.au.
Travellers to Australia need a valid passport or similar certificate of identification. Everyone, except travellers with Australian and New Zealand passports, requires a visa. You may ask your travel agent for advice or to have them organise your visa.
For more information, visit www.homeaffairs.gov.au.
The registration fees do not include insurance of any kind. Participants are advised to take out personal insurance, including cover for travel, accommodation and personal possessions. Neither the Poultry Information Exchange (PIX), Stock Feed Manufacturers Council of Australia (SFMCA), Australian Technical Millers Association (ATMA) and Feed Ingredients and Additives Association of Australia (FIAAA) nor International Conferences & Events (ICE) Pty Ltd cover individuals against the cancellations of bookings for any reason including cancellation or postponement of the conference or for theft or damage to belongings.
In the event of industrial disruptions or natural disasters, the Poultry Information Exchange (PIX), Stock Feed Manufacturers Council of Australia (SFMCA), Australian Technical Millers Association (ATMA), Feed Ingredients and Additives Association of Australia (FIAAA) and International Conferences & Events (ICE) Pty Ltd cannot accept responsibility for any financial or other losses incurred by the delegates. Nor can the Poultry Information Exchange (PIX), Stock Feed Manufacturers Council of Australia (SFMCA), Australian Technical Millers Association (ATMA), Feed Ingredients and Additives Association of Australia (FIAAA) and International Conferences & Events (ICE) Pty Ltd take responsibility for injury or damage to persons or property occurring during the conference or associated activities. Insurance is the responsibility of the individual delegate.
A message board will be located near the registration desk. Please check here for all conference updates and messages as they will not be personally delivered.
Delegates are asked to set their mobile phones to silent when in sessions.
Name badges will be issued when registering at the conference. For security and identification purposes, the conference name badge must be worn at all times during the conference and social functions. Entry may be denied if no name badge is displayed.
Individual tickets will not be distributed for the social functions. Attendance to social functions will be printed on the name badges.
International Conferences & Events (ICE) Pty Ltd will gather and record personal information necessary for your attendance at the summit. Personal information will be gathered, stored and disseminated in accordance with the National Privacy Principles.
Every endeavour has been made to produce an accurate program. The program is correct at time of printing.
The registration desk will be located on the ground level near the main entrance of the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Please ensure that you take all items of value with you at all times when leaving a room. Do not leave bags or laptop computers unattended.
The conference and social functions are non-smoking.
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Head to the online registration form to register. The preferred method of registration is via the online form, however if you experience issues with our online registration form, please contact us on +61 2 9368 1200.
The late registration fee is charged for all registrations received within ten (10) working days to the start of the conference.
If this is your first time registering for PIX/AMC 2020, you will need to create a new account (even if you have previously attended the 2016 or 2018 conference). If you have forgotten your password, there is the option to reset this. If you continue to have problems singing in, please contact us on +61 2 9368 1200.
Once your registration is finalised, you will receive a confirmation email indicating that you are officially registered. Attached to this email will be your tax invoice and receipt as proof of payment.
Registrations will be open until the end of the conference allowing you to register at your convenience. We encourage early registrations to avoid the queue onsite.
Day registrations are available for the conference. Select your preferred day of attendance during the registration process.
Delegates are free to choose the sessions they would like to attend on the day, there is no need to register selections in advance. If you are planning to attend either the Breeder or Hatchery workshop, you will be asked to indicate your preference for planning purposes.
No, all payments must be received prior to the conference commencing.
All cancellations and amendments cannot be accepted over the telephone. Cancellations and amendments must be sent in writing either to the Conference Organisers. All cancellations will be processed in line with PIX/AMC 2020’s cancellation policy.
The online registration form requires full payment at the time of registration. If you require a tax invoice, please complete the manual registration form or contact the Conference Organisers prior to completing the form.
We accept Visa, MasterCard and American Express.
Registrations cannot be shared. If a delegate is unable to attend, they may send a substitute in their place. Substitutions can be made by notification in writing to the Conference Organisers at email@example.com.
This will be subject to availability at the time of request.
Yes. A refund will depend on whether your social function ticket has been sold to another guest.
No, everyone who attends PIX/AMC 2020 needs to be registered.
Registration fees do not include insurance of any kind. Participants are advised to take out personal insurance, including cover for travel, accommodation and personal possessions.
A certificate of attendance personalised to reflect your registration will be emailed one week after the conference.
Special rates have been negotiated for conference delegates at hotels nearby the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre. These rates are only available to conference delegates and bookings MUST be made via the online registration form. Do not contact the hotel directly to book these rates.
No, all accommodation bookings must be confirmed and guaranteed with a credit card.
In most cases, the card is used to guarantee the booking only. Some properties do require full payment prior to arrival, in which case this will be charged to the credit card supplied at the time of booking, subject to the applicable merchant fees. Otherwise, full payment can be made upon check-in or check-out depending on the hotel’s policy.
Each booking is managed through an event group block so hotels will often have this listed differently. For any and all accommodation queries, please contact the Conference Organisers at firstname.lastname@example.org rather than going to the hotel directly.
At 30 days prior to the conference, all unsold accommodation rooms will be released back to the hotels. After this point, all bookings will be made on a request basis and will be subject to the hotel’s availability with rates often different to the special conference rates. It is for this reason that we encourage all accommodation bookings to have been made before 30 days prior to the conference.
All cancellations and amendments cannot be accepted over the telephone. Cancellations and amendments must be sent in writing to the Conference Organisers. All cancellations will proceed in line with the individual hotel’s cancellation policy.
Should you wish to extend your stay beyond the conference dates, please contact the Conference Organisers at email@example.com advising of the check-in and check-out dates and the room type required. We will then make the booking on your behalf.
Broadbeach, Gold Coast
Broadbeach is home to one of the most pristine beaches in the world. It is perfectly located close to cafes, shops, nightlife and within close proximity to the Gold Coast’s numerous theme parks, gold courses and other attractions.
The Gold Coast’s world renowned beaches and laid-back outdoor lifestyle makes it one of the world’s easiest and most pleasant cities to visit. The Gold Coast has a wide-ranging cultural life and popular food scene there is always something happening in Broadbeach from The Star Grand’s 24-hour casino, bars, lounges and restaurants consistently offering up a number of entertainment options.
Culture, Dining and Attractions
The Gold Coast is known for its beach lifestyle, theme parks and good weather – all contributing to a relaxed environment that infuse the city and its visitors.
The city’s dining options are abundant, utilising the freshest local produce and products, including local seafood from pristine waters, with the clean flavours that define modern Australian dining and the exotic tastes of more than 100 countries.
For further information on Broadbeach, Gold Coast and surrounding Queensland, visit www.destinationgoldcoast.com.
No matter which part of the Gold Coast you start from, there is a form of transport waiting to get you to your destination. Centred between two international airports, the Gold Coast is serviced by trains, buses, taxis and ferries, along with plenty of self-drive options. Tours and transfers are available to all major regional destinations.
For more information, please visit www.visitgoldcoast.com/getting-around.
Go Explore Card
The Gold Coast go explore card offers tourists and visitors a simple and flexible option to travel on TransLink buses and trams on the Gold Coast. Available for adults for $10.00 and children for $5.00, passengers can access one day unlimited travel on all TransLink Gold Coast bus and tram services. This includes the G, route 777 with multiple stops between the airport and Broadbeach South station and theme park TX services.
The Gold Coast go explore card is available for purchase by hotels and ticketing desks from Ticketmates. Consumers can buy the Gold Coast go explore card from hotels, select 7-Elevens, a number of retail outlets on the Gold Coast or online.
Visit www.translink.com.au/goexplore to find out more.
Broadbeach’s Pacific Fair is one of Australia’s largest retail centres with more than 300 stores, cinemas, and an array of casual dining. Shopping hours are normally 9:00am – 5:30pm on Monday to Friday, with late night trading on Thursday to 9:00pm.
The Gold Coast is blessed with wonderful weather, enjoying temperate climate with a mild and dry winter, and has more than 300 sunny days a year. Average temperatures in May and June range from 14°C to 22°C.