As we are now within 30 days of the conference please contact the hotel or mail@conferencedesign.com.au directly to see if the Conference rates are still available and whether there is any availability.

Accommodation will be held at the following hotels. We recommend you book at least 60 days prior to the conference as hotels require unsold rooms to be released at 90, 60 and 30 days prior.

Within 30 days of the conference you will need to contact the hotel directly to see if the Conference rates are still available and whether there is any availability.

All rates are per room, per night and do not include breakfast, unless otherwise specified.

Bookings

The online registration form allows you to book available rooms. You need to provide credit card details, which will be forwarded to the hotel to guarantee your booking.

Please email us your accommodation requirements if you have already registered for the Conference.

Extended Bookings

Please email us if you wish to extend your accommodation booking before or after the Conference.

Changes and Cancellations

Please note the cancellation policies listed for each hotel. Cancellations and no-shows will attract a fee of at least one night’s accommodation. However, each hotel’s policy varies and late cancellations and no-shows may be charged for all the nights booked.

Please email us any cancellations and date changes.

Payment

Accommodation and incidental expenses need to be settled using a credit card when you check out.

You can arrange to pay your accommodation using a third-party credit card, e.g. a colleague’s work credit card, by completing the Credit Card Authorisation form below and email it to your confirmed hotel 30-days prior to the conference.

Please email us if you wish to be invoiced for your accommodation with your registration. Any pre-payments made to Conference Design will be forwarded to your hotel. Pre-payments need to be received 30 days prior to the conference.

Early Check-in Requests

Early check-in and late check-out requests are subject to availability on the day and cannot be confirmed by Conference Design.

You can enter special requests for early check-in in the “Special Requests” field of your reservation. The hotel will do its best to accommodate your request on the day. Please enquire about the status of your request at the front desk upon check-in.

The Hotel Grand Chancellor

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1 Davey Street, Hobart
Conference Venue

Harbour View – $255 per night
Mountain/City – $220 per night

The Hotel Grand Chancellor overlooks the picturesque and historic Harbour, capturing unspoiled panoramic views of the Derwent River or Mount Wellington and the city. The hotel provides a restaurant and bar; gym, indoor pool and sauna; masseuse plus hair salon, art gallery and parking.

Credit Card Authorisation Form

Cancellation Policy

For any rooms cancelled within 30 days a cancellation fee will be charged which is equal to one night’s accommodation.

No shows and early departures will be subject to full cancellation fee of the quoted rate per night that is cancelled or reduced.

The Old Woolstore

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1 Macquarie Street, Hobart
2 minutes walk to conference venue

One Bedroom Apartment – $240 per night
Studio Apartment – $220 per night

Some 2 Bedroom Apartments have internal stair cases. When you book, please note in special requirements if you require an apartment without stairs.

The Old Woolstore is centrally located within a stone’s throw of the city centre and just a block away from Hobart’s majestic waterfront and close to some of the best restaurants in Tasmania.

The Old Woolstore includes a restaurant, bar, business centre, fitness room and internet access. You will also receive complimentary pass to the pool at nearby Hobart Aquatic Centre.

Credit Card Authorisation Form

Cancellation Policy

For any rooms cancelled within 30 days a cancellation fee will be charged which is equal to one night’s accommodation.

No shows and early departures will be subject to full cancellation fee of the quoted rate per night that is cancelled or reduced.

Mantra Collins Hotel

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58 Collins Street, Hobart
5 minute walk to conference venue

If you wish to book accommodation at Mantra Collins Hotel, please contact the hotel directly. Please refer to the linked flyer below to receive a discount.

When you stay at this Hobart accommodation in the heart of Tasmania’s capital you’ll find a lively harbour-side city full of culture, history and the arts, surrounded by untouched wilderness. Just 300 metres from the bustling waterfront and one block from the CBD, Mantra Collins Hotel is close to the city’s main tourist attractions.

Mantra Collins Hotel has modern Hotel Rooms, and One and Two Bedroom Apartments, with some boasting views over Mount Wellington, the Queen’s Domain and CBD. All rooms are well appointed, furnished in a contemporary style, and have floor to ceiling windows allowing natural light to stream in.

 

Cancellation Policy

All bookings must have a credit card supplied to guarantee the booking with payment on departure.  Please note that cancellations must be received 2pm local time, 24 hours  prior to arrival date, or one night accommodation will be charged.  These charges will be applied to the credit card number provided to secure your booking

Travelodge Hobart

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167 Macquarie Street, Hobart
15 minutes walk to conference venue

Standard Guest Room – $170 per night

Travelodge Hobart is located close to Franklin Wharf, Battery Point and Salamanca. Travelodge Hotel Hobart offers comfortable accommodation options for the traveller who appreciates value, convenience and great accommodation.

Cancellation Policy

For any rooms cancelled within 30 days prior to arrival, a cancellation fee of one night’s accommodation will be charged.

Budget Accommodation

Hobart has many budget and hostel accommodation options, including those listed below. Contact the properties directly with any queries and to book. You may also like to try the below directories for self-booking options. Please be sure to research budget options to ensure they meet your expectations and requirements.

The Alabama
Level 1 72 Liverpool St, Hobart
8 minutes walk to conference venue

At The Alabama each of their seventeen rooms is unique, decorated with original art, vintage touches, and a personal vibe. Located in a gorgeous building in Hobart’s inner city, the Alabama provides the perfect base to explore all that Hobart has to offer. Rooms start from $80 per night.

The Montacute Boutique Bunkhouse
1 Stowell Avenue, Battery Point
15 minutes walk to conference venue

The Montacute has private double rooms, private family rooms, private 2-bed bunkrooms and shared bunkrooms (mixed gender and girls only), starting from $35 per person per night. All rooms feature high quality inner spring mattress,reading lamps, power points, shelves, and free Wi-Fi throughout.

Please note that in the style of a traditional hostel, no rooms have en suite. A range of bathroom facilities are provided.

The Brunswick Hotel
67 Liverpool Street, Hobart
8 minutes walk to conference venue

In the middle of Hobart, The Brunswick is only 5 minutes walk from Salamanca Markets and Hobart’s Waterfront. The hotel provides free Wi-Fi throughout the building, has a guest laundry as well as day tour bookings and other services.

The Brunswick hotel has wide rage of rooms from private double en suites, standard doubles, and dorms all ranging from $20 – $85 per person.

About the National Conference

The National Histology Conference in Australia commenced in 2003. Talks between the Victorian and New South Wales histology groups primarily led to the inaugural conference in Sydney. Since that first conference, the states with organised histology groups notionally agreed to hold the conference every two years rotating through those states.

2003 Sydney, NSW
2005 Melbourne, VIC
2006 Gold Coast, QLD
2009 Adelaide, SA
2011 Sydney, NSW
2013 Melbourne, VIC
2015 Brisbane, QLD

The event has grown in stature and professionalism with the venues, presenters and social engagements continuing to drive the conference to new levels of sophistication and probity.

This conference explores the potential for the histology groups to venture to states currently without organised histology groups. This provides one further step in the evolution of histology meetings by broadening to yet to be explored states and territories on a national level.

The Histology Group of Victoria will be the host of the conference, but unlike other National Histology Conferences will be joined by all states to create a more national approach to the first neutral location.

Conference Managers

Please contact the team at Conference Design with any questions regarding the conference.