Venue – Sofitel Melbourne on Collins
We are currently re-developing the AGITG Annual Scientific Meeting to suit a virtual meeting. More details will be confirmed in the coming weeks.
The 23rd AGITG Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) will be held from 12 – 15 October 2021.
Sofitel Melbourne On Collins, located in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD.
Sofitel Melbourne on Collins
25 Collins Street
Melbourne, VIC 3000
Further venue information can be found at the Sofitel Melbourne Website.
Nearest train stations
- Flinders Street Station (Corner of Flinders Street and Swanson Street)
- Parliament Station (Corner of Spring Street and Macarthur Street)
Nearest tram stop
Located directly outside the Hotel driveway (corner of Collins Street and Spring Street)
Sofitel Melbourne On Collins is approximately 30 to 40 minutes by car (22kms) from Melbourne’s Tullamarine Airport, depending on traffic.
Taxi ranks are located across from the airport terminals. The journey from the Airport to Sofitel Melbourne on Collins will take approximately 30 to 40 minutes, depending on traffic, and should cost between AUD $55 and $65, including the compulsory airport fee payable by departing taxis and CityLink tollway charges. This will all be included in the final fare.
Skybus – City Express
SkyBus runs express bus services every 10 minutes between Melbourne Airport and Melbourne’s CBD, operating all day, every day at a flat rate of $19.75 one-way. They have service desks conveniently located at each airport terminal and provide a free City-Hotel Shuttle upon arrival into the CBD.
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Trams, trains and buses
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City Circle Tram
The City Circle Tram is a free service around central Melbourne taking passengers past some of Melbourne’s major attractions. Visit Public Transport Victoria for timetables and a route map.
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