June 22-23, 2024
Canberra, Australia
   2024 3rd International Conference on 
   Art Design, E-Education and Innovation Management
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The detail conference venue information will be available about two weeks before the opening of the conference.

Canberra Attractions

Not only is Canberra the national capital city and the administrative centre of the Australian government, it is the home of the Australian story. Canberra is a place that belongs to all Australians; a diverse, innovative and modern city that houses the stories of Australia. Thousands of students discover our nation's capital each year and come away with amazing memories and life-long impressions of Australia's past and present. From role-playing at Parliament House, to stepping into the shoes of the city's architects – Canberra brings learning to life, inviting students to not only learn about our history, but become part of it. Beyond civics and citizenship, students have the opportunity to immerse themselves in Canberra's incredible art and culture scene, visit the multitude of interactive museums and explore the capital's stunning urban and rural environments in a range of adventure-filled activities! This handy travel guide designed specifically for teachers and students will help you plan your trip and pack your bags for Canberra. With a mainly dry climate, the weather in Canberra is warm in Summer and cold in Winter – by most Australian standards. The hottest month is January with an average maximum temperature of 27.7°C and the coldest month in Canberra is July with an average maximum temperature of 11.2°C. Canberra gets 629mm of rain every year with an average of 108 days of rain each year and is evenly distributed across the year. Rainfall from cold fronts is more common in the winter months with thunderstorms being common in the summer months. Canberra is known for its cooler temperatures. If you're travelling during the Winter months, be sure to pack multiple layers to keep warm. This includes long socks, gloves, a beanie and a scarf. Canberra's attractions were mapped out in a way that the could easily be accessed on foot.

Conference Venue

Important information regarding invitation letters (please read): The invitation letter will be issued after the successful registration. The invitation letter will be issued via email in PDF format. Please contact the conference secretary at to arrange for an invitation letter. You must include:


(1) Your name on your passport

(2) Your Date of Birth

(3) Your Passport Number

(4) Passport Date of Issue

(5) Passport Date of Expiry


Your name must be listed exactly as it appears on your passport. Any differences between the name on your passport and the name on your invitation letter or other documentation could lead to a delay and/or denial of your visa. It takes time for the Embassy to process the VISA application, please register as early as you can to make sure you have enough time.

Invitation Letter