11th NSW Water Industry Operations Conference & Exhibition
29 & 30 March 2017
Exhibition Park in Canberra (EPIC)
Delegates are responsible for booking their own accommodation.
The Canberra and Region Visitors Centre is able to assist delegates with choosing and booking your accommodation, call the Canberra and Region Visitors Centre on 1300 554 114 or book online through visitcanberra.com.au
The following listing of accomodation providers is provided for your convenience as they will be close to the conference bus route. WIOA does not endorse or recommend any of the accomodation providers.
|Canberra Rex Hotel
||150 Northbourne Avenue, Braddon
||02 6248 5311
|Capital Executive Apartment Hotel
||108 Northbourne Avenue, Braddon
||02 6243 8333
|Country Comfort Canberra
||102 Northbourne Avenue, Braddon
||02 6249 1411
|Clifton on Northbourne
||100 Northbourne Avenue, Braddon
||02 6262 6266
|Mantra on Northbourne
||84 Northbourne Avenue, Canberra City
||02 6243 2500
|Medina Executive James Court
||74 Northbourne Avenue, Canberra City
||02 6240 1234
||65 Northbourne Avenue, Canberra City
||02 6245 5000
|Pavilion on Northbourne
||242 Northbourne Avenue, Dickson
||02 6247 6888
|Quality Hotel Dickson
||Badham Street, Dickson
||02 6247 4744
|Yowani Country Club
||455 Northbourne Avenue, Lyneham
||02 6241 3377
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