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Adelaide Seminar Program

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Stand/Table number(s) Company name Website URL
184 Acorn Stairlifts Pty Ltd
250 Aidacare Pty Ltd
192 Alivat
42 Allianz Partners
24 APEX Mobility
84 Aucuro
70 Automobility
Table 13 Behaviour Support & Therapy
38 BetterCare Direct
202 Blue Badge Insurance
40 Brazier Mobility
36 Canterbury Concepts Pty Ltd
Table 3 Care I Wish
234 Coastal Community Support Services
18 Convatec Australia Pty Ltd
110 Country Care Group
Table 11 disAbility Maternity Care
276 Disability Safe Seating Solutions
270 DPS Publishing
236 Drake Medox
Table 8 Empowering Futures
26 Equipsy
150 For-De Group Pty Ltd
90 Freedom Motors Australia
Table 6 Gripperz Non-Slip Socks
2 Guardian Safety Pendants Pty Ltd
274 Healthcare Innovations Australia Pty Ltd
222 Hearing Aid Specialists SA
240 Hearing Australia
32 Hireup
148 Homecare Equipment
362 & 324 HospEquip
Table 2 Housing Hub
210 icare Medical Group Australia
290 Independent Living Specialists Pty Ltd
272 INNOVATE™ Ability
110 K Care Healthcare Solutions
Table 9 Kangaroo Disability Services
264 Kevrek Australia Pty Ltd
34 Leading Health Solutions
12 Liberator
260 Lifestyle Mobility
120 Linds Rehabilitation Equipment
186 Live Life Alarms
82 Living on the Spectrum
T1 MACA (Mobility & Accessibility for Children in Australia)
170 Magic Mobility
268 Max Healthcare Equipment
182 Medimart Group
130 Merits Australia
280 Mobility Engineering
22 Muve Tech
14 My Buddy Gard
25 My CP Guide
180 Neeki Designs Pty Ltd
16 Niagara Medical Therapy
300 Novitatech
322 Occupational Therapy Australia
238 Orthotic SA
242 Oscar Group Pty Ltd
30 Otto Bock Australia Pty Ltd
100 Paragon Mobility
212 Patty Health and Care
278 Performance Health
50 Permobil Australia Pty Ltd
Table 4 Plan Tracker
220 Pop Up Health
60 Pride Mobility Products Australia Pty Ltd
370 Respirico Healthcare
28 Sana Living
T10 Scanning Pens
312 Sleep Electric SA
146 Start to Finish
160 Sunrise Medical Pty Ltd
320 TabTimer Pty Ltd
Table 12 The Angels Disability Support Services
Table 7 Tibii
204 Trionic
208 University of South Australia
330 WILA Innovations Pty Ltd
346 Willshire Mobility
20 Zyteq
Sports Zone Boccia SA
Sports Zone SANFL
Sports Zone Table Tennis
Sports Zone Wheelchair Basketball
Sports Zone Wheelchair Rugby SA
Micro Enterprise Pete’s Tasty Treats
Micro Enterprise LycanCo
Micro Enterprise CC Creations
Micro Enterprise Krazzy Art
Micro Enterprise Words of Wisdom
Micro Enterprise Nigel M
Micro Enterprise Let’s Talk
Micro Enterprise Strong & Capable
Micro Enterprise Social Care
Micro Enterprise Ray Ray’s Cooking
Micro Enterprise Orange Basket
Micro Enterprise Spice Hill
Micro Enterprise Mirrored Hearts
Micro Enterprise A.B’s Biscuits
Micro Enterprise Kirkman by Melissa Kirkman

Getting There


The Adelaide Showground is bounded by Goodwood Road, Greenhill Road and Anzac Highway and is easily accessible from all three arterial roads. The Adelaide Showground uses Automated Parking technology.

For more information on parking and parking rates click here


Several bus routes service the Showground on Goodwood Road. Bus stops 1 or 2 on Goodwood Road are most convenient to the Adelaide Showground. It is approximately a 15 minute bus ride to the City. 


Departs Adelaide from Victoria Square & outside the Adelaide Railway Station every 20 minutes, with the journey taking five-minutes to reach Goodwood Road Station, Stop 3. It is then a five-minute walk from the tram stop to the Adelaide Showground.


Available at all times and located on the south-eastern corner of Anzac Highway and Greenhill Road, Adelaide Showground Station is fully integrated with the Showground to provide a modern station that improves access, visibility, design, safety and convenience for train users.

For more information on public transport click here

Adelaide Metro

Adelaide Metro is the primary system for public transport in metropolitan South Australia, with an integrated fleet of buses, trams and trains to board throughout the city.

Adelaide Metro drivers are not allowed to physically assist passengers onboard or lift their mobility devices, however, it is advised that passengers without the ability to do so be accompanied by a companion. Companion cards will enable an assisting passenger to commute for free alongside the person.

All Adelaide Metro transport is equipped with a ramp, which the driver will assemble upon request for safe boarding. While waiting for a train or tram, passengers requiring a ramp should wait at the designated blue-and-white ‘mobility assistance’ platform to request assistance.

For those with mobility devices, it is advised that wheels should face towards the ramp for ease of access.

Upon arrival at a passenger’s destination, the ‘next stop’ and ‘ramp request’ buttons should be pressed to signal intent to exit to the driver. For visually impaired passengers, Adelaide Metro recommends informing the driver of your stop upon boarding.

Visually impaired passengers, along with passengers living with a disability which may not be visible, can obtain a reflective ticket wallet which can serve to signal their intent to catch the bus while waiting at their stop.

Priority seating is available for passengers on board Adelaide Metro, along with spaces for those in wheelchairs and with mobility devices which may require space.

Assistance animals are entitled to free public transport, so long as they meet hygiene and behavioural standards and the accompanying passenger can show valid identification in addition to their metrocard.

For more information, please visit the Adelaide Metro access and disability guide.

To contact Adelaide Metro for details or enquiries, please call 1300 311 108.

Venue Information

A short five-minute drive from the Adelaide CBD, the Adelaide Showground is situated on the south-west corner of the heritage-listed Adelaide park lands.

All areas of the venue are accessible by ramps and lifts, and wheelchair-friendly toilets are located throughout the venue. Accessible parking bays are available.

Where to Stay

Realm Apartments by CLLIX is offering ATSA attendees a discount when booking direct via their website and enter the code ATSAAdelaide2024 for 15% off any of CLLIX advertised rates.

This code can only be used on their website and is available to book  until the stay in a day prior to check out date and will be available for use March 04-07,2024.

Please note that terms and conditions of the rate plan booked will apply, including if a minimum length of stay is required.

In the heart of the CBD, TRYP by Wyndham Pulteney Street Adelaide is a modern 4.5-star hotel. All 120 rooms feature a king bed, large HDTVs, Complimentary Wi-Fi, mini-fridge, and walk-in shower. Accessible rooms feature roll in showers with fold down seats, grab rails and easy access fittings.  TRYP has a Business Centre, Library, Games Room, and Gym. Mamacita Restaurant & Bar has outlets in the lobby and level 1 for amazing local and Mexican cuisine or enjoy our 24/7 in room dining.

Click Here to access the ATSA Independent Living Expo discount rates online

(15% discount on rates in 4 different room types including accessible)