Delegates to the U3A Network Conference in Rockhampton in May will have several transport options to make their stay even more enjoyable. The main transport options will be with CQConnections that will provide free transport to conference venues and other choices to experience the delights of the Rockhampton region.
Arriving and Departing Rockhampton
If you are travelling to and from Rockhampton by plane, train or bus, and require a transfer to your accommodation, CQConnections (bus service) is available (at your own expense). Contact Paul Neubecker on 0422 805 922 or www.cqconnections.com.au to make arrangements prior to your arrival.
Transport During the Conference
During the three days of the conference, CQConnections will provide courtesy buses free of charge to transport delegates from designated pickup points in the city to Central Queensland University and to the evening venues. If you will require this service, please check this service on the registration form or contact the planning committee on email@example.com. Closer to the conference date you will be contacted with nearest pickup points and timetables.
Sunbus provides a local bus service in Rockhampton. Visit their website, sunbus.com.au/Rockhampton or phone (07) 4396 1002 for details.
Two taxi companies are available, Black and White Cabs blackandwhitecabs.com.au, phone 13 32 22, and Yellow Cabs phone 13 19 24.
Optional Tours before and after the Conference
Optional tours are being arranged, with assistance from CQConnections, to give delegates the opportunity to explore this beautiful region. Details of these tours will be posted on the conference website as they become available.
If you are interested in taking a tour or require further information contact CQConnections Paul Neubecker on 0422 805 922 or www.cqconnections.com.au.
Paul Neubecker, the principal of CQConnections, is looking forward to transporting Conference guests to and from venues and touring the Rockhampton districts. Having grown up in Central Queensland, Paul knows the best places to visit and has a sound knowledge of the tourist sector.
“For most of my life, all I wanted to do was travel the world and work in hospitality”, Paul said .
“My entire focus is on building a company into something that the region has never seen before, with a fleet of buses and vans to accommodate any size group. I have built a relationship with both main tourism bodies in the region, Advance Rockhampton and Capricorn Enterprise.”
Also part of the CQConnections team is Kylie Johnston, a descendant of Australian South Sea Islanders and of first nations people, Bailai (Byelle), whose lands run from the mouth of the Fitzroy at Keppel Bay, south to Gladstone and the mouth of the Boyne River, and inland to Mount Morgan.
Kylie grew up in Emu Park and attended schools on the Capricorn Coast and is a driver with the company.
Pictured above: Paul Neubecker, Kylie Johnston and Phil Arger.