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Scientific Sessions of Materials Oceania

Date: October 11-14, 2021
Location: Pullman Brisbane King George Square
Brisbane City QLD 4000, Australia

Event Venue


Pullman Brisbane King George Square
Corner Ann &, Roma St, Brisbane City QLD 4000, Australia
Tel: +61-3-9529-4300

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Conference Venue

The five-star Hotel Pullman Brisbane King George Square is the Brisbane's largest and most versatile conferencing hotel. Located in the heart of the city, the historical city hall, major shopping complex, and the financial district are minutes away from Pullman Brisbane King George Square Hotel. This property is accessible for both business and leisure travelers with the train and bus right around the corner. At this hotel, each room is furnished with modern and contemporary designs. For leisure, guests can unwind at the outdoor heated pool or sauna, or even get fit at the gym. For a fun day out, guests can visit the South Bank, Eagle Street Pier, Roma Street Station, Brisbane Treasure Casino, Brisbane Convention Center, and the Queen Street Shopping precinct.

A conference at Pullman Brisbane King George Square is bound to be an unforgettable experience. While choosing our venue we keep in mind availability of best possible facilities and ease of access. We hope our attendees will appreciate our selection of venue.

PS: Access to the conference room is available only to registered participants.

Near by fascinating Places

  • Anzac Square - 400 m
  • Queensland Gallery of Modern Art - 650 m
  • Brisbane River - 670 m
  • Roma Street Parkland - 730 m
  • Wheel of Brisbane - 800 m
  • South Bank Parklands - 840 m
  • Story Bridge - 1.2 km
  • Mount Coot-tha Lookout - 6.5 km
  • Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary - 8.2 km
  • Transportation

    By Train:

    • Brisbane Airport (BNE), Airport Dr, Brisbane Airport QLD 4008, Australia (16.4 km, about 32 mins)
    • Walk to Domestic Airport Station (About 2 mins)
    • Domestic Airport Station- Train towards Varsity Lakes (About 24 mins)
    • Central Station- Walk to Corner Ann &, Roma St, Brisbane City QLD 4000, Australia (About 6 mins)


    • From Brisbane Airport (15km/20-30 minutes’ drive):
    • Follow Airport Drive to the roundabout/lights, take 2nd exit and approximately 100 mtrs after exit take left exit into Nudgee Road.
    • Follow Nudgee Road to the end, turning right onto Kingsford Smith Drive at the lights.
    • Continue on Kingsford Smith Drive, taking the left exit ramp for Breakfast Creek Road.
    • Continue following Breakfast Creek Road, which changes to Ann Street into the city.
    • Turn right into Roma Street, the hotel entry is the first driveway on the left.

    Route Map


    Hotel rooms have been reserved at specially negotiated prices for the use of conference attendees. Check the accommodation option in the registration page and select check-in date. The completed registration will confirm your payment towards accommodation. Hotel reservations are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

    Spotlight on Brisbane

    Queensland's capital city is a true up-and-comer, with Brisbane boasting one of the fastest growth rates of any Australian capital due to a number of factors such as its solid balance between size and population, ideal location between coast and river, and generally enjoyable and comfortable weather throughout the majority of the year. It's a city that's diverse, large and modern enough to compete with the likes of Sydney and Melbourne in terms of offerings of the essentials such as shopping, facilities, businesses and other big-city staples yet without much of the overcrowding that is starting to seep in to these other southern capitals.

    As a result, Brisbane is a destination that can be chosen for a visit without disappointment in most months; its location in the south-east of Queensland positions the city in a spot that leads to a high number of sunny days, as well as a warm-temperate climate that takes much of the chill out of winter compared to other cities. Combine this favourable climate with a position that puts it at almost the central points between two other QLD travel hotspots – the Sunshine Coast to the north and the Gold Coast to the south – and you've got a versatile destination to use as your base for travel when visiting this part of Australia.

    City Attractions

    • Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary
    • Sea World
    • South Bank, Queensland
    • Mount Coot-Tha
    • Story Bridge
    • Brisbane City Botanic Gardens
    • Roma Street Parkland
    • Glass House Mountains
    • The Wheel of Brisbane
    • Kangaroo Point Cliffs Park
    • Museum of Brisbane
    • Queensland Art Gallery
    • Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium
    • Mount Tibrogargan
    • Coochiemudlo Island
    • Brown Lake
    • Brisbane Whale Watching
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