Event information

The Brisbane investor evening will be held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre on Tuesday, 25 February 2020.

The evening will  begin with a two-hour presentation, followed by an exclusive cocktail reception with Hamish Douglass and key members of the Magellan Investment and Distribution Teams. 

Event Programme


Tuesday, 25 February 2020

4:00pm: Theatre doors open

4:30pm: Opening remarks

4:35pm:  Hamish Douglass presents 

6:45pm: Cocktail reception commences

8:30pm: Evening concludes

There are two types of tickets available

  1. $75 - Reserved Seating: allocated seating in premium sections.
    If you are a large group, selecting this option will ensure that you can sit together. Individuals, couples and smaller groups are also welcome to select this option.
     
  2. $25 - General Admission:  unallocated seating in general admission sections.
    Please arrive early to get the best seats, as they will be available on a first come, first served basis on the night.

All tickets include the formal presentation and the cocktail reception.

All monies raised from the sale of tickets will go directly to the following charities: Rural Aid, Fly High Billie, The Reach Foundation in Australia and Sweet Louise in New Zealand.

Venue information

Brisbane Convention
and Exhibition Centre


The Great Hall

Glenelg St, South Brisbane

T: +61 7 3308 3000

www.bcec.com.au

Parking

The BCEC provides undercover parking for up to 1,500 vehicles, with direct lift access to the Centre's multiple convention floors and exhibition facilities.

Guests are responsible for arranging their own travel and parking.
BCEC Parking

The car park is open 24 hours a day. Should you require assistance, please use the intercom located at the pay stations or exit gates to talk to one BCEC's friendly staff.

Parking Rates

Monday – Sunday:
0-2 hours:
$15.00
2-3 hours: $20.00
3-4 hours: $25.00
4 + hours: $35.00
Maximum daily rate: $35.00
24-hour parking from time of entry to time of exit the following day.

Getting to the BCEC

Getting to BCEC via public transport is easy and efficient with bus, ferry and train options available. You can find more information about planning your journey via public transport can be found on the TransLink website.

TRAIN: South Brisbane Railway Station adjacent to the Convention Centre on Grey Street or South Bank Railway Station are the most convenient stations to the BCEC.

BUS SERVICES: The Cultural Centre Station on Melbourne Street and the South Bank Busway Station cnr of Colchester and Tribune Streets are closest to the BCEC.

CITYCAT & FERRIES: The public transport ferries CityCats operate every day and stop at the South Bank River Terminal on the Clem Jones Promenade. The inner-city ferry travels between the CBD, North Quay and Kangaroo Point, stopping at South Bank Terminal 1 and 2 on the Clem Jones Promenade.

TAXI: Taxi ranks are located outside the main entrance to the Centre on Merivale Street and a taxi drop-off located at the Convention Centre Grey Street entrance.

WALKING: BCEC is a short stroll across from the Brisbane CBD connected by Victoria Bridge. 

Other useful information

Accessibility

BCEC strives to provide safe, equitable and inclusive access for all visitors.
BCEC makes every effort to accommodate guests with special needs to ensure a pleasant and comfortable experience. This access statement is intended to provide information for all guests who wish to use BCEC facilities. If you have any special requirements, contact the Centre on 07 3308 3000 or email admin@bcec.com.au

Access Guide

The BCEC Access Guide has information on accessing our building and services. 
Download the Access Guide

 

Security and Bag Policy

Security will be present at the event to ensure the safety of all attendees.

We do not allow large bags into the event but you will be permitted to take small bags and handbags in with you. We class small bags as no larger than 35cm x 40cm x 19cm or standard handbags. If you have to bring a large bag, you can store it at one of our cloakrooms.

Where to stay

Brisbane offers a wide range of international-standard accommodation.

The city has 230 hotels with more than 12,700 rooms from leading five star hotels to serviced apartments to bed and breakfast accommodation options. There are two major hotels located adjacent to the Centre.

There are over 72 hotels within four kilometres of the Centre. Click here to view our Brisbane accommodation map or search for hotels by their rating, proximity to the Centre or Brisbane Airport below.

FAQs

  1. Click on the 'Buy Now' button - this is located on the home page and the individual event pages. (You will be redirected to the ticketing platform which is powered by Eventopia).  
     
  2. Please download the below manual to assist you in purchasing tickets.

    Download 'How to purchase tickets' manual
     
  3. Please contact events@magellangroup.com.au if you need any further information or assistance. 

For all technical issues with the ticketing portal please contact Eventopia - help@eventopia.co.  

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