Venue – Adelaide Oval


22AWC will be held at the iconic Adelaide Oval – a worldclass venue situated in the heart of the city.
Located as the centrepiece of the revitalised Riverbank Precinict, the Oval boasts picturesque views of the hallowed turf, the city, St Peter’s Catherdral and more. More than just a sporting area, the Oval is well equipped as a conference venue to welcome 22AWC.

Catching public transport here:

Adelaide Oval is located 400m from the CBD and just a few minutes’ walk from public transport networks – train, bus and tram. For timetables please visit:

Train: The Adelaide Railway Station is located on North Terrace, approximately a five-minute walk across the Riverbank footbridge or via King William Street.

Tram:  Trams operate between Glenelg and the city with stops located on North Terrace and King William Road.

Bus: Bus services run throughout the Adelaide metropolitan area and service several bus stops in the vicinity of Adelaide Oval.

Driving here:

Adelaide Oval operates two car parks open to the general public.

East Car Park

  • Access via King William Road (north-bound lanes only)
  • Open from 6am-midnight
  • Wilsons Parking fees apply

North Car Park

  • Access via Pennington Terrace
  • Open 24/7
  • Wilsons Parking fees apply

Wilsons Parking offers a $10 Book-A-Bay for the North Car Park ONLY. For more information please visit



The City of Adelaide offers a number of different accommodation styles to suits all tastes and budgets. A number of discounted rates have been negotiated for 22AWC delegates allowing for peace of mind when choosing your conference accommodation. For other accommodation options please click here.

Intercontinental Hotel – North Terrace, Adelaide
To view the hotel website click here.

Stamford Plaza Adelaide – 150 North Terrace, Adelaide
To view the hotel website click here.

Oaks Embassy / Oaks Horizon / iStay Precient
To view the hotel website click here.


Ibis Styles Adelaide Grosvenor / Mercure Grosvenor Adelaide
To view the hotel group website click here.

Make the most of your visit & #BookThemOut

The Organising Committee of the 22nd Australasian Weeds Conference encourages delegates to stay longer in South Australia and visit the Adelaide Hills or Kangaroo Island.  There are some fabulous experiences on offer that you’ll love, and at the same time you’ll help these bushfire affected communities recover.  Plan a trip to the Adelaide Hills for boutique wines, local craft beer, cheeses, great dining, arts and crafts, gin and chocolate matching, bushwalking and the National Motor Museum.  Or visit Kangaroo Island for secluded beaches, fishing expeditions and fresh seafood, exciting wildlife up close, a globally recognised distillery, fat bike tours, guided walks and kayaking.

These websites will help you plan an adventure and find some truly unique experiences: