www.airport.tauranga.govt.nz~ +64 7 575 2456 ~ email@example.com
Tauranga Airport is six kilometres away from the city centre and five kilometres from Mount Maunganui. The average journey is ten minutes to the city centre and seven minutes to Mount Maunganui depending on traffic flow and time of day. Taxis can be found directly outside the arrivals area at the airport.
Air New Zealand ~ +64 800 737 000 ~ http://www.airnewzealand.co.nz/
To obtain the best rates for domestic air travel, it is essential to book airfares as soon as possible.
There is parking at the venue.
Contact During the Conference
As a courtesy to speakers, delegates are requested to switch mobile phones to silent during sessions.
Credit cards are widely accepted. Commonly accepted are Visa, MasterCard and American Express . These cards are accepted at this Meeting.
Facilities for People with Disabilities
Please indicate during the registration process if you require disabled facilities.
Goods and Services Tax
Goods and services in NZ are subject to a 15% tax (GST).
Delegates are advised to book comprehensive travel and medical insurance and ensure that all possessions are adequately insured. The policy should include loss of fees/deposits through cancellation of your participation in the conference. The Conference Managers will not accept any responsibility for delegates failing to arrange insurance.
The Organising Committee, including the Conference Managers, will not accept liability for damages of any nature sustained by participants or their accompanying persons or loss or damage to their personal property as a result of the meeting or related events. In the event of industrial disruption or other unforeseen circumstances, the Conference Managers accept no responsibility for loss of monies.
All delegates will be given a name badge upon registration. This name badge is your official pass to all sessions, catering areas and any social functions. It is necessary for delegates to wear their name badge at all time when onsite.
No Smoking Policy
Smoking is banned in public buildings, hotels and restaurants in NZ, including the conference venue.