Australasian Fleet Conference & Exhibition 2017

2 days / 30+ Exhibitors
50+ Speakers / 27 Educational sessions
May 11th – 12th 2017

Providing professional development for the fleet industry
2017

Networking Dinner

This year AfMA Conference Dinner will be held at the completion of Day 1, May 11 at the beautiful MAIÀ Room,
Shed 14, Central Pier, 161 Harbour Esplanade, Docklands VIC
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How to

Attend

The networking dinner is FREE for delegates, sponsors and exhibitors who purchased or received a 2 day conference pass as part of their package.


The Venue

MAIÀ

MAIÀ is a gentle union of the modern and the historic. Its industrial look and feel is balanced by a mix of raw and sophisticated materials, making it a chic and edgy space.

MAIÀ’s design features include a shipping crate inspired bar, original loading doors and hand etched wharf-like wooden floorboards paying homage to its absolute waterfront location. MAIÀ is a chic environment for weddings, car launches and everything in between, catering for 360 in a banquet style.

MAIÀ features a cathedral-style ceiling and expansive windows that provide a flood of natural light that contrast against a host of contemporary design features, including a mirror tiled wall. MAIÀ has a light, earthy feel complemented by a colour palette of putty, tan and black.

The dinner will commence with welcome refreshments, followed by a 3-course meal and entertainment.

With the culinary experience always top of mind, Atlantic Group menu uses the finest ingredients from around the world. From traditional styles of exotic flavors, each meal becomes an experience. The array of contemporary dishes and extensive wine lists are carefully designed to excite the diner’s curiosity and crafted to make cuisine a defining feature.


The Entertainment

LADY LUCK

All-female show band


Six of Australia’s hottest female performers come together to form the newest sensation in corporate entertainment. Three spellbinding singer-dancers are backed by three super-slick musicians as they play a winning hand of all times favourite hits. From the seductive soul-pop grooves and infectious disco beats of the 70’s, through to the sing-along anthems of the 80’s and 90’s and chart-toppers of the last decade. With a prize combination of stylish costuming, exciting original choreography and timeless dance classics, it’s sure to please.

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How to

Get to Maia

Shed 14, Central Pier, 161 Harbour Esplanade, Docklands VIC

See map for details

By Car
It’s easy to drive to Docklands via the many roads leading into the area. Make your way to Harbour Esplanade. Travelling south down Harbour Esplanade from Latrobe Street you will approach large palms and notice Channel 7 on the left hand side. Ensure you are in your right hand lane and make a right hand U-turn over the centre island. Quickly move into the left hand lane, turning left over the tram causeway and into the main entrance between Shed 9 and 14. Security will direct you from this point.

From Bourke Street travelling north, ensure you are in the left hand lane and make a left turn before the palm, over the tram causeway and into the main entrance between Shed 9 and 14.
Security will direct you from this point.

By Tram
Catch the free City Circle Tram to Docklands or take one of the following city trams:
No. 30 via La Trobe Street
No. 31 via Collins Street
No. 48 & No. 70 via Flinders Street
No. 86 via Bourke Street

By Train
Southern Cross Station (formerly Spencer Street Station) is Melbourne’s main rail interchange for suburban, regional, and interstate trains and is located right on Docklands’ doorstep. At Southern Cross Station, exit at the northern end to walk over the Bourke Street Pedestrian Bridge to Harbour Esplanade. Alternatively, exit the station on the corner of Spencer and Collins Streets, and walk over the Collins Street Bridge to Docklands Park.