Australasian Radiation protection society 2023 conference

Sea World Resort Conference Centre | Gold Coast Queensland | 29 October - 2 November 2023

Australasian Radiation protection society 2023 conference

Sea Word Resort Conference Centre
Gold Coast Queensland
29 October - 2 November 2023

Getting There

Getting There

Flying in to Gold Coast

Gold Coast Airport is an international and domestic airport located in Coolangatta, at the very bottom of the city – in fact it’s right on the border with NSW. Gold Coast Airport is the easiest way to access the Gold Coast and the Northern Rivers of NSW with over 380 flights every week from destinations across Australia, New Zealand, Asia and beyond. Arriving direct into Gold Coast Airport means you will spend less time travelling and more time enjoying your next holiday. Gold Coast Airport offers a range of food and beverage options, contemporary retail outlets, and duty free shopping for international travellers. Find out more about flying to Gold Coast. 


Gold Coast is an hour drive from Brisbane and nine hours from Sydney.

Airport Transfers

Gold Coast Airport is located 27.6km from the conference venue, Sea World Resort Conference Centre, which is approximately 50 mins by car.

It costs approximately $29 per person for a single trip or $55 for a return trip from the Gold Coast airport to the Sea World Resort. The service the Gold Coast, Brisbane and Sunshine Coast airports and the bus runs every hour from the airport. Please visit Con-X-ion website to book your airport transfer.


Whether you prefer public transport, driving, cycling, walking or gliding on the water, it’s easy to get around Gold Coast.
Public Transport
Getting around the Gold Coast is relatively easy as long as you have a general understanding of what options are available to you and plan a little in advance. Find out about the trains, trams and buses on the Gold Coast.
TransLink’s bus, train and tram network can connect you to places all over the Gold Coast. Their integrated network on the Gold Coast includes the G:link trams, Surfside buslines and Queensland Rail. Visit or call 13 12 30 for information or to plan your journey using public transport.

TransLink’s integrated tickets are a great way to get around. Travel on bus, train or tram with go card or grab a Gold Coast go explore card for bus and tram travel – perfect for tourists and visitors. Read on to view your transport options when visiting the Gold Coast.

Car Hire
The Gold Coast's public transport system is adequate for getting between your apartment and the nearest giant shopping centre, but if you really want to get out and enjoy the Gold Coast like a local, you're going to have to hire a car at some stage.

Places like Tedder Avenue in Main Beach, out-of-the-way beaches like The Spit, any attraction not on the Gold Coast highway, and most importantly, the beautiful Hinterland are not easily accessible by bus.

Taxis will take you wherever you want to go, but when car rental prices start from around $20 a day, it's usually cheaper (and more practical) to have your own vehicle. The Gold Coast road system is easy to navigate and well sign-posted, so finding your way around won't be difficult. Although, now days iPhones and personal GPS has made navigating your way around new cities easy.

If you’re interested in doing a day trip around the Coast read our guide to Gold Coast scenic drives for some ideas (the back road through the Numinbah Valley to Murwillumbah is breathtaking), otherwise, grab some keys and head off into the sun.