Hyde Park Inn

Address: 271 Elizabeth St, Sydney, NSW 2000, Australia.

This hotel is 2.7 km or 37 minutes walk from Sydney University.

The average price is $200-$250 per night for 2-4 people after discounts

To visit this hotel website, please click on the Hotel Name above.

Mercure Sydney

Address: 818-820 George Street, Sydney 2000, Australia

This is hotel is 1.5 km or 20 minutes walk from the conference venue.

The average price is $200-$250 per night for 2-4 people

To visit this hotel website, please click on the Hotel Name above.

The Ultimo

Address: 37 Ultimo Road, Sydney CBD, 2000, Australia.

This is hotel is 1.8 km or 25 minutes walk from the conference venue.

The average price is $150-$200 per night for 2-4 people

To visit this hotel website, please click on the Hotel Name above.

Further Accommodation Guidance

The accommodation details provided above are guide only. For an actual price and availability, please contact a respective hotel.

If you are travelling with family, and/or thinking of staying at other locations of Sydney, you can make your choice of Hotel, Airbnb or homestay.

You can search on for a further suitable hotel within your budget.

You can search on for suitable family accommodation. 

You can search on for a homestay accommodation.

If you need any further guidance for an accommodation in Sydney, please feel free to contact us.

Conference Venue

The Proposed Conference Venue is Sydney University.

Address: Camperdown, NSW 2050, Australia.

Helpful Information

Travelling Directions

  • If you are travelling from overseas, you will be arriving at Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport. After arriving in Sydney, please adjust your time to Sydney local time. If your mobile is not roaming, you can purchase a local SIM card with a data facility.

  • Before you travel, please take note that, Australian electric socket is different from any other countries in the world. Please try to purchase an international adaptor/converter from your home country that can be used in Australia. You can also purchase an adapter from a Woolworths Super Market after arriving in Australia. If you choose, you can also bring a power bank with you.

  • Novotel Sydney Central, the conference venue, is located in the heart of Sydney Central Business District (CBD). The physical address of the Hotel is: 169/179 Thomas St, Haymarket, NSW 2000, Australia. It is 6.6 KM away from Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport.

  • You have few choices to arrive at the conference venue in CBD:

    a. You can take a Taxi or Uber that will take you directly to the conference venue.

    b. a. You can catch a train either from Sydney’s Domestic or International Airport that will take you directly to the Sydney Central train station. Please note that a train journey will be the most economical and fastest way of transportation. Novotel Sydney Central is only 550 metres walking distance from Sydney Central train station (see the map below). The physical address of Novotel Sydney Central is 169-179 Thomas Street, Sydney NSW 2000. It is advised that you buy an Opal Card to join Sydney’s train network. Help will be available everywhere in Sydney. Please ask station staff at ‘Sydney Airport’ if you need assistance.

    If you are coming from another part of Sydney, you can come to the conference venue by train. For further information please visit The nearest train station to the conference venue is Sydney Central Station.

Conference/Research Networking Dinner

The Conference Dinner will be held at a nearby restaurant on Saturday, 9 March 2024 at 7:00 PM. The conference secretariat will  provide updates based on the registration to the dinner.

Reporting on Arrival

All delegates must report their arrival to the conference at the ‘Registration Desk’. The support staff(s) at the registration desk will provide you a package which will contain the following:

1. Your name badge

2. Your attendance certificate

3. Any other relevant documents

The registration desk will remain open within the following timetables:

Friday, 8 March 2024, 8:00 AM-12:00 PM

Saturday, 9  March 2024, 8:00 AM-12:00 PM

Name Badges

All registered delegates will receive a ‘name badge’ upon registration. This ‘name badge’ is the official pass and must be worn to obtain entry to all conference sessions. Please note that a name badge will not be prepared for any virtual presenter.


It is not recommended to bring your car to the conference venue, unless you have made prior arrangements by yourself. The Conference Secretariat will not be able to assist you on this matter. Public transports are available all over the city. 


There are many restaurants near the conference venue.  You can make your own choice. However, we would like to provide the names of a few restaurants. 

It’s Time for Thai, 767–769 George St, Haymarket NSW 2000, Australia (it is just 3 minutes walk from the conference venue).

Himalaya Authentic Pakistani & Indian Restaurant, 396 Elizabeth St, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia (it is 12 minutes walk from the conference venue).

Mamak Haymarket, 15 Goulburn St, Haymarket NSW 2000, Australia (it is just 7 minutes walk from the conference venue).

Metro Pita Kebab,  Shop3/851 George St, Ultimo NSW 2007, Australia (it is just 4 minutes walk from the conference venue).

You can also visit many supermarkets, such as Woolworths, Coles, supermarkets in this area for your grocery shopping.

Mobile Phone

Mobile phones must remain silent while you are in a session.

Muslim Praying Facilities​

A Muslim praying facility located in 175-177 Commonwealth Street, Surry Hills, Sydney, NSW 2000. It is 1.2 KM walking distance from the Conference Venue

Pre and Post Conference Tour

Make your trip to Sydney most successful by booking a sightseeing tour. For further information please call 1300 661 225 or visit Please do not forget to make this beautiful city tour during your leisure time. Needless to say, do not forget to take your camera!

The conference venue is located within a very short walking distance from Sydney’s Hyde Park, an attractive tourist destination. If you catch the city circle train from Central Station, you can visit Darling Harbour (arrive at Town Hall Station), Sydney’s most scenic and iconic place Opera House and Harbour Bridge (arrive at Circular Quay Station). Please be advised that if you are in Sydney for the first time, try to carry a train network map which is available at all train stations; know a point of contact so that you will not be lost. You can also download the Sydney Network Map on your smartphone.

People with Special Needs

If you will require special needs, please contact the registration desk and they will try their best to assist you.

Useful Telephone Numbers

Life Threatening Emergences (Police/Ambulance and Fire Brigade)

Dial 000


Dial 13cabs (web:

Transport Helpline

Dial +131 500

Travel Insurance

Hospital facilities in the United States are not free for international travels. It is advised that travellers from other countries take travel insurance before they fly. It is the responsibility of delegate’s to arrange their own travel insurance. The conference secretariat does not solicit or have any arrangements with any companies on this matter. Please discuss with your travel agent in your own country about your travel insurance before you fly.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and Answers

Answer: SABRC is an annual global networking event organised by Australian Academy of Business Research (AABR).

Answer: By attending an SABRC, you can get dual publication opportunities; your abstract will be published in the ‘Conference Proceedings’ and you can publish your papers in the journals associated with the conference. Your paper will also be included in the ‘Best Paper Award’ competition. Your paper will be professionally edited and formatted before publishing in a journal.

Answer: SABRC is open to all academics, students and practitioners, business personnel or an independent researcher.

Answer: Yes, you can attend at SABRC as an observer or as a poster presenter if you express an interest by completing the ‘Contact Us’ form. Such expression of interest will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis and a letter of invitation will be issued based on applicant’s personal strength or his/her organisational affiliation. However, the decision of the authority will be final.

Answer: To participate at SABRC, you can submit just an abstract before the deadline. This is because you want to present your research idea at an international gathering to get feedback, make collaboration and networking. There is no need to submit a full paper to the conference. You can submit a full paper at the same time or before the full paper submission deadline for any of the reasons below:

  • You want to get feedback on your paper.
  • You want your paper to be included in the ‘Best Paper Award’ competition.
  • You want to publish your paper in an affiliated journal with the conference.

Answer: Yes, you can make a virtual presentation even after arriving in the United States. You can do it from your place of intended stay in Australia.  Please note that, a virtual presenter will not get a ‘name badge’ and a ‘certificate of attendance’. 

Answer: An acceptance letter or a rejection email is given for all submitted abstracts/full papers to SABRC participants. Please check your junk mail folder if you have not heard anything. If you routinely check your junk mail folder and don’t see any communications from us, please send us an inquiry by completing the ‘Contact Us‘ form.

Answer: A single author can submit up to 4 abstracts/full papers. However, the authority reserves the right to make a variation of this matter on a case-by-case basis.

Answer: Please see the ‘Accomodations’ page of the conference for details of the accommodations.

Answer: If any of your co-authors intends to attend as well, s/he must also register. There is a registration category for a ‘co-author’.

Answer: Registration will include arrival tea/coffee, morning and afternoon tea/coffee and packet/buffet lunch during the day of presentations only.

Answer: Attendance for a conference dinner is optional. However, please be aware that the ‘Best Paper Awards’ and Certificates (if any) may be handed over during the conference dinner.

Answer: There are many ways to get discounts:

  • Refer your colleague to the conference and both the attendees get a 10% discount.
  • If 5 authors of the same or different papers register in a group, they can save a huge amount. Please see the ‘Fee Schedule’ page for fee information.

Answer: In general, you can make a request. Approval will be given based on the merit of the case.

Answer: In general, we do not allow this, and special consideration is given on a case-by-case basis.

Answer: No, you will have to carry your PowerPoint presentation in USB/Flash drive.

Answer: Yes, if your full paper is accepted to SABRC, it means that your paper is also accepted in an affiliated journal. However, if you want to have it published, you need to follow the author guidelines before submitting it to a conference and comply with reviewers’ suggestions after review. There may be a separate fee for publication in a journal.

Answer: Yes, this can be done if you inform us in advance. You can find a person by yourself to have it presented or we can do it from our side.

You can also either choose to make an online presentation or transfer your paper to another conference which will be held within 1 year.

Answer: Only abstract of the papers will be included in the online conference proceedings.

Answer: Yes, you can publish your paper(s) in an affiliated journal without attending a conference. Please visit the respective journal’s submission page on this matter.

Answer: There is no submission fee. However, there is an acceptance fee of US$100.  This fee will cover managing the submission of your paper, setup costs, other “first-copy” costs of your paper; the cost of archiving your paper in the issue of the journal at the journal website; language editing and journal specific formatting of your paper. This fee will be waived only for solicited papers presented at SABRC.

Answer: Yes, we provide a ‘Peer Review Report’ on all registered full papers for re-submission to an affiliated journal.

Answer: Yes, you can. AABR does not hold the copyright on the paper submitted to SABRC.

Answer: AABR does not provide any fund to any participant to attend its conference.

Answer: You generally cannot change your mind, as immediately after receiving your full paper and completed registration, your paper joins the publication queue. If you would like to withdraw that paper for any compliance requirement, there will be an admin processing fee of US$100.

Answer: SABRC does NOT give registration fees refund either in full or in part. Please decide carefully before making your registration. If your visa application is denied, you can either choose to make an online presentation or transfer your paper to another conference which will be held within 1 year.

Visa Letter Request

Before making a ‘Visa Letter Request’, you will need to register for the conference and pay the registration fees. Your ‘Visa Letter Request’, will be sent within 5 business days from the day we receive your request. If you don’t receive it within the 5 business days, please check your spam folder, before contacting us again.