Welcome to Active 2006 Sixth International Symposium on
Active Noise and Vibration Control
University of Adelaide
ANVC Group
About Adelaide
Things to do
Key Dates
Keynote Speakers
Social Program
List of Titles
List of Abstracts
Info Pack



Things to do
Adelaide has many 'hidden' treasures that are often overlooked. If you have time consider the following list of fun things to do.

Austral Hotel
205 Rundle St
Sink a cold pint of Cooper's Pale Ale, the classic South Australian brew, while sitting on the seats out the front of the pub.
Exeter Hotel
246 Rundle St
Hang out in the front bar of this classic South Australian pub and sip a cold pint of Cooper's Dark Ale, yet another classic South Australian brew.
Adelaide Central Market
Between Grote and Gouger St near Victoria Square
The Adelaide Central Markets is a bustling market place of over 80 stalls selling everything that your stomach desires. Wander the markets and take in the sights and delicious smells from coffee houses, bakeries and more. Grab a coffee and a croissant at Zuma Cafe. Check the hours of opening on the web site, but for the conference dates Tuesdays 7.00am to 5.30pm is your best bet.
Adelaide Botanic Gardens
North Terrace
The gardens are only a couple of minutes walk from the University of Adelaide and are pleasant to wander through to see Australian plants. Stop at the cafe near the pond for a snack. Entry is free. If you have time, also visit the Bicentennial Conservatory, which apart from the impressive building architecture, contains a wide range of tropical plants. See the web site for admission prices.
SA Museum
North Terrace
The museum contains an extensive collection of Aboriginal artefacts and the Egyptian collection is a favourite destination of visitors. See the web site for more details. Entry is free.
Adelaide Casino
North Terrace, Railway Station
For those wanting to take a bit of a gamble, the Skycity Adelaide Casino is a place to try your chances. Entry is free. Before heading to the casino be sure to wander through the historic Adelaide Railway Station.
O-Bahn Busway
Grenfell St, Adelaide
The Adelaide O-Bahn is the world’s longest and fastest guided busway that goes from the city to the Westfield Tea Tree Plaza Shoppingtown. The buses travel at speeds of up to 100km/h along the track, with picturesque views along the Linear Park. Buses depart every 5 minutes and a return trip costs $3.50.

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