|Adelaides largest multi-purpose venue offers spectacular event spaces, state of the art meeting rooms, quality visitor facilities.|
Whether its a business event, intimate cocktail function or large-scale public event, the Adelaide Event and Exhibition Centre has a venue to suit your needs. The third largest exhibition space in Australia, the AEEC offers 26,300 square-metres of integrated, air-conditioned space and an additional 16,000 square-metre area for outdoor events. Combine this with a near-city location, superb visitor facilities and an experienced team committed to achieving your event objectives, and there's little wonder the AEEC is the Centre of Attention.
Ideally located on the city fringe, the Adelaide Event and Exhibition Centre offers all the convenience of a city-based venue without the hassle.
Adelaide Event & Exhibition Centre
--> Jubilee Pavilion
--> Goyder Pavilion
--> Ridley Centre
--> Duncan Gallery
--> Wayville Pavilion
A short five-minute drive from the Adelaide CBD, the AEEC is part of the highly recognisable Adelaide Showground precinct. Situated on the south-west corner of the heritage-listed Adelaide parklands, the Showground is arguably the citys best-known venue, with most South Australians visiting at some stage in their life.
Getting to the Adelaide Showground is easy. You can travel by car, bus, tram or taxi and even train during some events.
Bus - several bus routes service the Showground on Goodwood Road. Bus stops 1 or 2 on Goodwood Road are most convenient to the Adelaide Showground. It is approximately a 15 minute bus ride to the City.
Tram - departs Adelaide from Victoria Square & outside the Adelaide Railway Station every 20 minutes, with the journey taking five-minutes to reach Goodwood Road Station, Stop 3. It is then a five-minute walk from the tram stop to the Adelaide Showground.
Train - the train is most suitable for those visitors attending the Royal Adelaide Show, or events that utilise the Leader Street entrance - refer to the event calendar for details. Trains depart Adelaide Railway Station, North Terrace, approximately every 30 minutes, with the journey taking ten minutes to Goodwood Station. It is then a ten-minute walk to the Adelaide Showground.
Bike Track - cycling is a great way to access the Adelaide Showground from all areas.
Taxi - the Adelaide Showground is a five-minute taxi ride from the Adelaide CBD and a 15-minute journey from Adelaide Airport. Taxis can be called for pickup from the Goyder Forecourt on Goodwood Road, or the Rose Terrace entrance.
Driving - The Adelaide Showground is bounded by Goodwood Road, Greenhill Road and Anzac Highway and is easily accessible from all three arterial roads. On-site parking is available for approximately 2,000 cars.