Curtin 137 St Georges Terrace, Perth WA 6000
Curtin 137 St Georges Terrace is housed in the Old Perth Technical College (also known as Perth Technical School). Perth Technical College is a two-storey brick and tile building, with a castellated square tower. It was designed by WA Government architect Hillson Beasley, and constructed adjacent to the Old Perth Boy’s School in 1909-1910 to cope with the increased demand for technical training in the post-war period.
It was designed in the Federation Gothic style, with some Arts and Crafts, Tudor and Art Nouveau influences. It remains one of the few surviving examples of the style in Perth. The site at 137 St Georges Terrace is significant for its association with the Aboriginal Whadjuk Noongar peoples who gathered in this area. It was also the site of Perth settlers’ first water mill, constructed in 1832.
Owning to different logistics requirement, travel plan and need of delegates, the conference local organising committee may not provide uniform accommodation arrangement. The conference venue has no specific assigned hotel. Therefore, the conference delegates and attendees are welcome and encouraged to arrange your accommodation by yourself. Conference local organising committee tries to find some hotels near the venue, and provides some discounted rate for some hotels.
- Parmelia Hilton Perth (0.3km to conference venue), Hotel Website (conference provided discounted rate)
- Citadines St Georges Terrace Perth (0.1km to conference venue), Hotel Website
- Adina Apartment Hotel Perth (0.4km to conference venue), Hotel Website
- Quay Perth (0.5km to conference venue), Hotel Website
- Novotel Perth Langley (1.4km to conference venue), Hotel Website ( Conference provided discounted rate 15% off) for delegates, please enter the code NPLEVENT into the PROMO CODE box when making the booking. (Booking Instructions PDF for download)