AMSI Winter School 2023 on Modelling our Changing Biosphere will be held in Brisbane and online from 3-14 July.
The main conference will be held at:
Level 5 P Block, Science and Engineering Centre – view campus map
Queensland University of Technology
Gardens Point Campus
2 George Street
Brisbane City QLD 4000
QUT offers Free Public WIFI to guests and visitors to its campuses. Alternatively, you may use your home institution’s login with Eduroam.
Bordering on the Brisbane River, Queensland University of Technology, Gardens point campus is home to public arts venues, museums, top fitness facilities, and our state-of-the-art Science and Engineering Centre.
The campus is well served by multiple transport options. The closest transport hubs are listed below:
For more details on how to get to Queensland University of Technology, click here.
A “Go Card” is required to access public transport. These can be purchased on arrival at Brisbane Airport or at selected retailers around Brisbane. As public transport timetables and routes can chance, we suggest you visit the Translink Website to plan your journey.
AMSI Winter School travel grants are available to assist regional Queensland or interstate students from AMSI member universities with the cost of travel and accommodation. Female, First Nations and regional, rural and remote students are encouraged to apply.
Travel grant recipients will receive 13 nights accommodation (paid for directly by AMSI) from 2-15 July at UQ’s The Women’s College, located close to the University of Queensland, St Lucia Campus. Grant students will stay in the college’s single rooms with shared bathroom.
(within The University of Queensland)
St Lucia QLD 4067
UQ’s lakes station is a 4 min walk from UQ’s The Women’s College accommodation. Bus 66 comes approximately every 10 mins. Hop off at Mater Hill bus station and QUT is a 12 min walk across the Goodwill Bridge and Brisbane River.
There are many good options for dining in and around QUT.