ADVI
SUMMIT DESTINATION

18 October - National Maritime Museum, Sydney

19 October - Future Mobility Testing Centre at Cudal

​The ADVI Driverless Vehicle Summit will be held in the Lighthouse Gallery, and exhibition held in the Ben Lexcen Terrace.

Australian National Maritime Museum

LOCATION

The museum presents a changing program of stimulating exhibitions and events to share Australia’s maritime history and connect the stories, objects, people and places that are part of our country’s narrative. It welcomes over 850,000 visitors annually including families, interstate and international tourists. Over 13,000 members support the museum and regularly enjoy special events and activities.

Future Mobility Testing Centre at Cudal

The NSW Government has established a new facility in Central Western NSW with the capability to test new and emerging vehicle technologies such as autonomous emergency braking, speed assist systems, communication between cars and traffic infrastructure, and the development of smart highways.

The new facility is on the site of a former airstrip at Cudal, about 30 minutes from Orange. It is set to become NSW’s next five-star safety testing facility, in addition to the established CrashLab facility at Huntingwood.

Click here to find out more

TRAVEL INFO

GETTING TO THE MARITIME MUSEUM  

Walk

We’re in Darling Harbour, a pleasant 15 minute stroll across Pyrmont Bridge from the centre of Sydney’s CBD, or a 10 minute walk from Sydney Fish Market.

Car

Museum visitors get $15 all day validated parking at:
Harbourside Car Park, 100 Murray Street, Pyrmont.
Star Casino Car Park, 55 Pirrama Rd, Pyrmont (7am - 6.30pm).

Remember to get your parking ticket stamped at the museum reception.

Train

We’re a 20 minute walk from Town Hall Station. You can also connect with the L1 Light Rail at Central Station to arrive just across the road from the museum.

Bus

The 389 from Bondi Junction stops at the front door.

Ferry

Catch the spectacular F4 route from Circular Quay to Pyrmont Bay Wharf, right at the museum.
You can also catch the F3 route to Barangaroo Wharf, a 20 minute walk across Pyrmont Bridge to the museum.

Light Rail

Take the L1 light rail from Central Station, or from Dulwich Hill through the inner west, to Pyrmont Bay stop, right across the road from the museum.

Public Transport: Routes, Timetables & More

For timetables, more information and the best route via public transport from wherever you are, plan your trip at Transport for NSW.

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ACCOMMODATION

ADVI PARTNER ACCOMMODATION 

We are partnering with the spectacular Ibis Sydney Darling Harbor to bring you premium accommodation that is conveniently located close to our conference location and Sydney CBD. 

Download the Ibis brochure below to avail of special discounted rates

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SYDNEY

ENJOY AND EXPLORE AUSTRALIA'S
LARGEST CITY

Sydney, capital of New South Wales and Australia's largest city, is best known for its harbourfront Sydney Opera House, with a distinctive sail-like design. Massive Darling Harbour and the smaller Circular Quay port are hubs of waterside life, with the arched Harbour Bridge and esteemed Royal Botanic Garden nearby. Sydney Tower’s outdoor platform, the Skywalk, offers 360-degree views of the city and suburbs

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