Please contact us to request a letter of invitation to the Congress, once you have registered.


Congress participants, attendees and speakers that are not working, performing or being paid to attend or contribute at the event may be eligible to apply for the following visa options:

• Visitor (subclass 600) Business stream visa – for more information, click here

• Electronic Travel Authority – ETA (subclass 601) – for eligible passport holders and more information, click here 

• eVisitor (subclass 651) Business stream visa – for eligible passport holders and more information, click here

It should be noted that eligibility for an eVisitor visa and ETA will be determined by the country of passport that the applicant holds.

It is extremely important that delegates ensure that their applications are complete and fully documented as decisions are made based on the information and documentation provided in the application, against legal requirements set out in Australia’s migration legislation. Neither the provision of an invitation letter or a letter of support, or the IECN’s assistance with visa matters for event participants guarantees that a visa will be granted. The onus is on the visa applicant to demonstrate that they meet all the legislative requirements for the grant of an Australian visa. Once a decision is made, it is final and no further assessment or review of the application can take place. There is a guide regarding what information and documentation must be provided to support a Visitor (subclass 600) Business stream visa available on the department’s website at See the ‘Gather your documents’ heading > ‘Show steps’ > ‘Genuine visitor documents’ heading and ‘Business visitor documents’ heading.

Congress participants applying for the Visitor (subclass 600) Business stream visa should also provide information regarding the reason or purpose of attending the congress, and how their employment or studies relates to the nature of the congress. Applicants should also provide evidence of any international travel outside of their own country (for example, copies of visas and passport pages containing entry and departure stamps), and information and evidence of attendance at similar events of this type/nature.



Public buses are an easy way to get to and from Adelaide Airport. The JetExpress bus collects passengers from the city, stopping near many hotels, and runs services to the airport approximately every hour. You can use the metroCARD to pay for this airport service, which costs the same as a regular bus fare.


To use public transport including buses, trains, and trams in Adelaide, it’s recommended that you purchase a metroCARD for use on the Adelaide Metro network. You can purchase a regular metroCARD , or a metroCARD Visitor Pass, which gives you 3 days of unlimited travel for one fixed fee. These cards can be collected from the ground floor arrivals area at Adelaide Airport, or from Adelaide Railway Station or the Adelaide Metro InfoCentre in the City.


Adelaide’s rail network is a great way to visit attractions outside of the city. From Adelaide Railway Station, you can catch the Outer Harbor line train to reach destinations such as historic Port Adelaide and the beachside suburb of Semaphore. Trains depart every 20-30 minutes throughout the day.


Adelaide has a useful tram service that operates through the city centre and inner suburbs. It’s most convenient for travel within the city and reaching the popular coastal suburb of Glenelg. The service runs every 10-15 minutes from around 7:00AM to midnight. The tram is free to use in Adelaide city centre between Entertainment Centre Station and South Terrace Station. It links with popular bus routes, and passes major attractions such as Rundle Mall, Adelaide Central Market and West End.


Adelaide has a free City Connector bus service in the city centre. There are multiple bus loops including the 98A/98C loop and the 99A/99C loop which operate in both clockwise and anticlockwise directions and depart every 15-30 minutes, seven days a week. These buses are particularly useful for travel between Adelaide’s hotels and attractions such as the South Australian Museum, Adelaide Botanic Garden, Adelaide Zoo, Adelaide Oval, and North Adelaide.




XII International Rangeland Congress 2025

2 - 6 June 2025

Conference Venue

Adelaide Convention Centre
North Terrace, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia



All Occasions Group

12 Stirling Street
Thebarton SA 5031

Contact Information

+61 8 8125 2200

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