Plan your Visit
Auckland University of Technology (AUT) is the fastest growing and second largest university in New Zealand. AUT has been a university since 2000, but a place of learning for 120 years, originally known as Auckland Institute of Technology. With four campuses across the City, AUT hosts a vast variety of courses from undergraduate, to PhD.
Our City Campus is in the heart of Auckland. It is AUT’s biggest campus and home to most academic units and the central administration, including the Vice-Chancellor’s office.
UCC 2019 sessions will be held at the Sir Paul Reeves Building (WG) on the City Campus.
Accommodation options have been chosen at various price points, within walking distance to the Conference Venue. Please book your accommodation directly with the Hotels. Delegates are responsible for covering all costs related to their accommodation.
FOUR POINTS BY SHERATON
500 m | 5 min walk
Nestled in the heart of the Auckland Arts precinct and on the door step of destination shopping, the new Four Points by Sheraton Auckland boasts 255 rooms and suites. We have have matters to you most like our cozy Four Points by Sheraton Four Comfort Bed, the Queens Head Bar & Eatery, fitness centre, conference space and Roof Top Bar and Terrace with expansive views across Auckland.
Contact: +64 9 393 8240 Visit the Website
650 m | 9 min walk
Scenic Hotel Auckland is located on a landmark site (formerly known as the MLC Building) and is a superb deco style hotel conveniently located in the heart of Auckland's vibrant cultural, shopping and central business district. Continental buffet breakfast is available from $22 per person per day, or a continental and cooked buffet breakfast from $32 per person per day. All rooms include wifi.
Contact: +64 9 974 1741 Visit the Website
Getting to and around auckland
Before you travel to the land of the 'Long White Cloud' have a read of these handy travel tips for getting to and around Auckland. Click here for more information.
Auckland International Airport is by far and away New Zealand’s largest airport servicing international flights all around the world. Auckland Airport International Airlines boast direct flights throughout the Asia-Pacific with direct flights as far afield as London. Auckland Airport international airlines offer a range of budget and premium airlines with many of the top ten international airlines servicing Auckland Airport.
Trains are a great way to travel around Auckland with 41 stations across four lines: Southern, Eastern, Western and Onehunga.
Electric trains provide a comfortable and quiet ride with over 3000 services every week to and from Britomart (downtown Auckland).
Link Bus service
Link bus services are the easiest way to get around Auckland. Just look for the red, green, blue* or yellow buses.
There is no need for a timetable as each service operates on such a frequent basis. Simply head to the appropriate bus stop and wait for the right coloured bus.