Exhibitor event policies
Click on the links below to view important policies and further information:
Adelaide Convention Centre
The Adelaide Convention Centre (ACC) has strict policies to be adhered to at all times. Please ensure that you read and are familiar with the ACC Exhibition Handbook.
Two booth options are available for ATE 2010:
Sole Booth (including Sole Corner Booth) - 3m (depth) x 3m (width) x 2.4m (height) space for exclusive use by a seller company. To see an image of a typical Sole Booth, please click here.
Share Booth (including Share Corner Booth) - 3m (depth) x 3m (width) x 2.4m (height) space for shared use by two seller companies. To see an image of a typical Share Booth, please click here.
Custom Build Move-in & Move-out Times
Details of contractor access to the Adelaide Convention Centre for exhibitors with custom build stands are outlined here.
Stand Designs that exceed 2.4 metres
Stands and displays that exceed the height restrictions of the booth (2.4 metres) and/or have raised flooring MUST supply adequate drawings and send a booth variation form to Expertise Events for approval.
Public Liability Insurance
All participating seller companies must have public liability insurance to a minimum of AUD$5,000,000, details of which must be provided in your online application. Full documentation may be requested by Tourism Australia.
You are required to enter the details of your Public Liability insurance policy in the Organisation details section of your online application. The following information is required:
- Name of policy provider, including dollar amount of coverage
- Policy number
- Policy expiry date
- The policy territorial limits
All participants are reminded that Tourism Australia DOES NOT:
- Accept responsibility or liability for any loss suffered by participants or visitors
- Provide or arrange for any insurance for, or on behalf, of participants or visitors
- Provide any indemnity for loss or injury suffered by participants or visitors
Participants are reminded that it is their responsibility to arrange insurance including public and product liability, workers compensation and property insurance.
Should you not have sufficient cover for ATE 2010, you can arrange temporary cover through Expertise Events.