Main Conference Venue
The Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre (PCEC) conference venue is on three floors. Click here to download the floorplans
There are four sets of lifts (elevators) at PCEC. One inside the building and two outside the building connect the PCEC carpark to levels 1 and 2. The fourth lift is for use inside PCEC only as it connects the level 2 and level 3 pre-function areas.
Accessible restrooms are available throughout the venue on all floors.
Signs will be located on the doors to indicate the availability of these facilities
- Engaged (red – do not enter)
- Vacant (green – enter)
Hoists and changing tables will be made available in some accessible bathrooms. Please ask the Conference Managers for the locations.
A Quiet Room is available for delegates who need some time without distraction. It is located in Meeting Room 9 and Meeting Room 10.
There are approximately 5,000 car parking bays within a 10-minute walk of Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre. The City of Perth Convention Centre Car Park is located directly under the Centre.
City of Perth Convention Centre Car Park
Open: 24 hours, 7 days a week
Access: via Mill St, Mounts Bay Rd, or the Riverside Dv off-ramp from the Mitchell Freeway
Payment: cash, credit card, or City of Perth Parking Card
Centre access: direct access to PCEC during opening hours via central foyer lift and staircases
Contact: 1300 889 613
There are 23 Disability Parking Bays in the Perth Convention and Exhibition car park.
For further information on the City of Perth parking visit: www.cityofperthparking.com.au
To reserve parking at Westralia Square, please visit: www.secureparking.com.au/westraliasquare
Welcome Reception is at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre
Conference dinner is at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre
SCOPE Australia and the AGOSCI 2019 Organising Committee have offered training and information to local businesses and organisations to support communication access.
Create your own Introduction Card
- Are you an AAC user?
- Do you have an introduction card?
Introduction cards are a great way to “break the ice” when talking to new people who may not know how to best communicate with you.
Introduction cards explain in 3-4 bullet points how you communicate, and what your communication partner can do to make communication smooth and successful.
For information on how to create an introduction card, click the following link www.scopeaust.org.au/communication-access-cards
The AGOSCI conference will provide opportunities for delegates with complex communication needs to access communication introduction cards. Further details available soon.
Special assistance at train stations
Call 1800 800 022 at least one hour in advance if you need special assistance at a train station.
- TTY via the National Relay Service – 133 677
- Speak and Listen – 1300 555 727
- Ask for the Transperth InfoLine on 13 62 13
For wheelchair accessible taxi services, please see below:
Swan Taxi – For all Easy Access booking requests, please contact 08 9422 2240. Internet bookings for this service are currently unavailable.
Do you have any questions about finding accessible accommodation in Perth? Send an email to email@example.com