A welcoming environment for all at RACI events
The RACI is dedicated to providing a harassment-free conference/meeting experience for everyone regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, age or religion.
Designated Persons for handling RACI Anti-Harassment Policy
Assoc Prof Mary Fletcher
Assoc Prof Vito Ferro
Gender equity, diversity and inclusivity
People come into chemistry from diverse cultures, backgrounds and experiences. We must attract, welcome, develop, and retain a diverse community of talented people to prosper within a culture of mutual respect.
If you require disability-specific facilities, please notify the secretariat by indicating this during the registration process.
A smart casual / business attire dress code applies for all congress sessions.
It is strongly recommended that delegates take out adequate medical, travel and personal insurance before travelling.
In the event of industrial disruption or other unforeseen circumstances, the congress organisers accept no responsibility for loss of monies incurred by delegates.
The wearing of congress name badges is mandatory and will be required for admission to all sessions. These will be provided at the congress registration desk upon your arrival.
Go card is your electronic ticket to travel on all TransLink bus, train (including Airtrain), CityCat, ferry and tram services in South East Queensland. It’s simple to use. All you need to do is top-up your card, touch on at the start of your journey and touch off at the end. Your fare is automatically calculated and deducted from your card balance and it’s cheaper than the cost of a paper ticket. You can purchase a go card for a refundable deposit of $10 (adult) or $5 (child, concession, senior), and they are available from retail locations such as 7-Eleven stores, Queensland Rail Station ticket offices, and on board CityCat river services.
South Bank is serviced by two bus stations: The Cultural Centre Station on Melbourne Street and the South Bank Busway Station corner of Colchester and Tribune Streets, South Bank.
A popular and speedy way to travel the river. The CityCat terminal is located outside the riverside restaurants on the riverside promenade. CityCats operate daily from 5.30am to 10.30pm.
Taxi ranks are located outside the main entrance to the Convention Centre, at Mantra South Bank in Grey Street and there is a taxi drop off located at the Grey Street main entrance.
Uber has been legalised in Queensland and is another transport option in Brisbane. You can download the app and use it to request a driver to your location.
There are two train stations within a five minute walk of the Centre. South Bank Station accessed from Tribune Street and South Brisbane Railway Station adjacent to the Convention Centre in Grey Street.