The Cradle Coast Authority SEGRA Conference 2022 is being held at the paranaple convention centre.
The paranaple convention centre opened in September 2018 as part of the City of Devonport’s LIVING CITY master plan. The name paranaple is a local aboriginal word for the section of the Mersey River that flows through Devonport and into Bass Strait. The floor to ceiling windows on the top floor convention centre take advantage of the waterside location with a spectacular view of the mouth of the Mersey River and Bass Strait.
Supporting venues for SEGRA 2022 include the Market Pavilion for Welcome Drinks and the Don River Railway for a Networking Dinner with a difference!
Delegates are encouraged to visit the Devonport Visitor Centre website www.visitdevonport.com.au to seek out additional information, attractions and access information.
Delegates are required to book their accommodation and as early as possible.
Phone: (03) 6424 4922
Adjacent to the paranaple Convention Centre
Phone: (03) 6423 6693
90m walk to the paranaple Convention Centre
Oceans on Parker
Phone: 0418 660 003
400m walk to paranaple Convention Centre
Phone: (03) 6424 6555
500m walk to paranaple Convention Centre
Barclay Motor Inn
Phone: (03) 6424 4722
1.1km walk to paranaple Convention Centre
Phone: 0498 966 464
2.9km walk to paranaple Convention Centre
Getting to Devonport
Flights into Devonport airport are using QANTAS airlines from Melbourne, Devonport airport is 10km from Devonport city centre. Car hire and taxi services are available on your arrival into Devonport airport.
Devonport is the home port of the Spirit of Tasmania I & II passenger and vehicle ships sailing daily between Melbourne and Devonport. Passengers are able to travel with or without vehicle and ships feature cabins and recliners, a number of bars, restaurants and entertainment areas and both day and evening sailings are available.
Devonport can also be accessed by flying into Launceston (QANTAS/JETSTAR from Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane OR VIRGIN from Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Adelaide) or Burnie (QANTAS from Melbourne).
Getting Around Devonport
Taxis Combined Devonport
Call: 131 008
For direct bookings: (03) 6208 1097
Spirit of Devonport Ferry Service
Connecting East and West Devonport across the Mersey River.
Running Monday to Friday 7.00am – 5.30pm and Saturday 9.00am – 5.00pm
Extend Your Stay
The Cradle Coast region combines, in a relatively small area, a high diversity of bioregions, dramatic mountain and coastal scenery, an extensive conservation estate, sound populations of elsewhere-threatened species and key biodiversity areas pivotal to the survival of migratory birds.
These environmental values are recognised as being of international significance.
The iconic Cradle Mountain and the Franklin and Gordon Rivers are part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area within the Cradle Coast region. In the Cradle Coast there are walk and mountain bike trails, the Bass Strait Maritime Centre, Art Galleries, King Island Cultural Centre, museums and heritage centres and of course the Cradle to Coast Tasting Trail.