CONFERENCE VENUES

CONFERENCE VENUE

The Kirribilli Club
11 Harbourview Crescent
Lavender Bay, NSW 2060

Nestled in the stunning Lavender Bay opposite Clark Park and Wendy’s Secret Garden, the Kirribilli Club is a modern welcoming venue with some of the most breathtaking harbour views in Sydney.

It has a proud history as an ex-service, not-for-profit registered Club with strong ties to the local community. The Kirribilli Club embraces our past within a modern environment and is a natural fit with the values of Composites Australia.

The club operates across three levels with limited underground parking facilities for both members and guests with disability access for those with restricted access requirements.

Located in leafy Lavender Bay just 30 minutes by train from Sydney airport, 7 minutes stroll from Milsons Point train station, the Kirribilli Club has two levels of parking and a courtesy bus for members and guests.

The Advancing Composites Innovation Conference 2019 will be held in the Grand Ballroom on level one.

HOW TO GET TO THE KIRRIBILLI CLUB

BY TRAIN

From Milsons Point station, it’s an easy seven minute walk to the Club. Milsons Point Station is only one stop from the CBD and is accessible from both ‘Northern Line’ and ‘North Shore and Western Line’.

BY BUS

Many North Shore bus routes pass the nearby North Sydney Station and/or terminate at Milsons Point.

BY FERRY

There are regular services to and from Circular Quay to Milsons Point ferry Terminal (Stop ID: 20611) on the following routes; Darling Harbour/East Balmain, Woolwich/Balmain and Parramatta.

PARKING AT THE KIRRIBILLI CLUB

Kirribilli Club has 65 car spaces available, located on Basement Levels 1 and 2. The car spaces are available on a “first come, first served” basis and cannot be reserved. Turn left just past the entrance to the Club (11 Harbourview Crescent), you will see the car park sign. The car park is a ticket in and ticket out, so all you need to do is press the button on your way in and a ticket will be printed, and the boom gate will open. Keep your ticket with you, and please be sure to pay and have it validated at Reception before leaving the Club. Casual parking is not permitted at any time.

* Parking for non-members and temporary visitors is $12 per car per day.

DINNER VENUE

Luna Park Sydney
1 Olympic Dr
Milsons Point NSW 2061

Luna Park Sydney is a much loved Australian icon on the foreshore of Sydney Harbour with full and uninterrupted views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House.

Constructed during 1935, Luna Park is one of two amusement parks in the world that are protected by government legislation; several of the buildings on the site are also listed on the New South Wales State Heritage Register. The “Luna Park face” is one of Sydney’s most recognisable and popular icons, which is highly visible from Circular Quay and the Opera House and other key harbour vantage points.

Rides won’t be open, however the fifteen metre wide outdoor waterfront deck area overlooking Sydney Harbour will be. The Sunset Room is one of Sydney’s unassuming vantage points for stunning twilight views across Lavender Bay to Balmain.

HOW TO GET TO LUNA PARK

Luna Park is located in Milsons Point, just under the northern end of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. It can be accessed by all kinds of transport including, car, ferry, train or bus.

Don’t miss the walk to Luna Park along the waterfront from the Kirribilli Club. It takes you through Wendy’s garden to Peter Kingston Walkway directly along the waterfront to Luna Park.

ACCOMMODATION
When staying in North Sydney or Sydney CBD, you’ll find a wide range of accommodation with something to suit all budgets and tastes.