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Photo Brisbane is situated on the Brisbane River and flanked by the Ramsar Wetland of Moret

Brisbane is situated on the Brisbane River and flanked by the Ramsar Wetland of Moret

Photo The Great Barrier Reef is accessible by driving a few hours north.

The Great Barrier Reef is accessible by driving a few hours north.

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Brisbane is in the middle of the "Forests of East Australia" a biodiversity hotspot.

Photo Queensland has a variety of stunning beaches.

Queensland has a variety of stunning beaches.

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The Venue: Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

ICCB 2025 will take place at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre. It's located in South Brisbane. 


About ICCB 2025 Host City Brisbane/Meanjin, Australia

SCB and the Oceania Region are excited to welcome ICCB attendees to the capital city of Queensland, Brisbane/Meanjin. Brisbane is situated on the Brisbane River, is flanked by the Ramsar Wetland of Moreton Bay, and has a thriving cultural scene with numerous art galleries, theatres and museums. It's also known for its beautiful green spaces, like the City Botanic Gardens. Brisbane's winter climate is generally dry and mild, which makes ICCB a great time to explore the subtropical rainforest of Lamington and Mount Glorious, bike around the city, or explore bay islands.

Queensland is Australia’s most biodiverse state with habitats that range from lowland tropical rainforest to heathlands, eucalypt and acacia woodlands, tropical grasslands, and deserts. Brisbane is in the middle of the “Forests of East Australia” global biodiversity hotspot with narrow range endemics such as Albert’s lyrebird, black-breasted buttonquail and paradise riflebird, the original macadamia species, innumerable orchids, over 100 species of frog, koala, platypus, echidna, gliders and many macropods. We even have a megapode that is a garden pest. In Moreton bay there are several mangrove species, dolphins, dugongs, humpback whales and abundant shorebirds, while the Great Barrier Reef is accessible by driving a few hours north.

We can’t wait to visit and we hope to see you there!