Whatever your accommodation budget, there are plenty of hotels to choose from in Brisbane and regional Queensland if you plan to stay on for some sightseeing.
Special accommodation blocks have been arranged for APCH 2019 and bookings will close on Wednesday 23 October. You will have the opportunity to book accommodation when you register via the APCH 2019 online registration form.
Novotel Brisbane South Bank
38 Cordelia Street, South Brisbane
230m to Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
Standard King Room (sleeps up to two adults)
$240 per night
Twin Room (sleeps up to two adults and two children)
$240 per night
Spacious and contemporary rooms, designed for your comfort. Keep connected during your stay with Smart TVs, broadband and USB ports. Complimentary Wi-Fi is available for all members of Le Club AccorHotels program. Guests can enrol at time of check in to receive member benefits.
Rydges South Bank Brisbane
9 Glenelg Street, South Brisbane
180m to Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
Queen Room (sleeps up to two adults)
$249 per night
Rydges Queen Rooms are designed with a distinct cosmopolitan style, complete with
contemporary furniture and offering great city views. These rooms comprise of a Queen
size Rydges Dreambed, flat screen television, reading area, workstation featuring media
hub with high-speed internet connection and complimentary Wi-Fi.
Oaks Casino Towers
151 George Street, Brisbane City
1.1km to Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
1 Bedroom Apartment (sleeps up to two adults)
$180 per night
2 Bedroom Apartment (sleeps up to four adults)
$250 per night
Standing a statuesque 39 levels opposite the Treasury Casino, Oaks Casino Towers stands among the best Brisbane city hotels fusing stylishly appointed 1 and 2 bedroom apartments with sleek designs, full kitchens complete with modern appliances, in-room conveniences including Internet access, spacious living and dining areas and sizeable balconies overlooking the city and river below.
View the hotels proximity to the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre below.
Merivale Street & Glenelg Street
QLD 4101, Australia
Brisbane, Australia’s new world city and vibrant capital of the State of Queensland, will host APCH 2019.
Home to over 2.2 Million people, Brisbane is a leading centre of medical and scientific research, technology and a thriving industry hub.
A visit to Brisbane is a chance to immerse yourself in the very best of Australia. We encourage you to arrive a little earlier or stay a little longer to discover what Brisbane and its spectacular surrounds offer you. A modern, dynamic and welcoming city, Brisbane offers quintessential Australian experiences with access to the stunning Great Barrier Reef and proximity to famous beach destinations and World Heritage-listed rainforests. Brisbane is renowned for its subtropical outdoor lifestyle and friendly locals. Built on the banks of a gently winding river, discover a compact and walkable city where you will find a surprise around every corner.
Brisbane at dusk
Brisbane CBD from Howard Smith Wharves
Brisbane City skyline
You will need a visa
Unless you are a citizen of Australia or New Zealand you will need to apply for and obtain a visa prior to your journey to Australia.
For full information on Australian visas please visit the Australian Government Department of Immigration and Border Protection website: