ASERA 53 Travel & Accommodation

Accommodation at Curtin University:

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Nesuto Hotel at ASERA 53 rates

ASERA 53  organisers have negotiated a special price for conference participants to stay at the Nesuto Curtin Hotel during the week of the conference.

This brand new hotel, located within the grounds of Curtin University, only opened in January 2022 and we are the first group to be staying there. Its location is superb as the conference and all social events will be held here.

Address: B420 Koorliny Way & Beazley Ave, Curtin University, Bentley, WA, Australia, 6102

Phone: +61 8 6255 0800


Hotel Information – NESUTO Curtin:

Nesuto Curtin is located in the suburb of Bentley, a bustling commercial and educational hub just 8km South of Perth CBD. Nesuto Curtin Perth Hotel, is situated in a great location, a new build right in the heart of Curtin University, opposite Curtin Stadium and Curtin Central Bus Station with a direct bus to Optus Stadium on special event days. 

Our facilities include 24-hour Reception and a friendly team always on hand to assist, housekeeping service, on campus parking (subject to availability), free WiFi, Karla Mia Lounge, meeting and conference facilities and dry-cleaning services.

Other Accommodation Options Close to Curtin university:

N.B., There are also plenty of hotels in the city of Perth. Please factor in transport costs and time to the conference venue (Curtin University)

Transport to and Around Perth:


  • Perth airport is approximately 20 minutes from the Perth CBD. The conference venue, Nesuto Hotel is 15km from Perth airport. A taxi from the airport to Curtin University (Nesuto Hotel) will cost around $45

Getting Around Perth

Public Transport:
  • Bus terminal at Curtin University – Hayman stand 7 – bus number 960 – 30 minute ride to Perth City.
Ride Share:
  • Uber, Didi, Ola – ride share companies operating in Perth
Taxi Services:

Transport to Curtin University:

Bus: Curtin Central Bus Station

Bus Stand


Stand 1

Routes 33 to Perth and 284 to Belmont

Stand 2

Route 657 to Optus Stadium (event days only)

Stand 3

Routes 33 to Karawara and 34 to Perth

Stand 5

Route 100 to Canning Bridge

Stand 6

Route 960 to Mirrabooka

Stand 7

Route 960 to Curtin Bus Station

Stand 8

Route 34 to Cannington

Stand 9

Route 100 to Cannington

Stand 10

Route 101 to Canning Bridge


Oats Street Station

Canning Bridge Station 

  • Connects to Armadale/Thornlie train line;
  • North train line (Perth CBD and destinations on the Joondalup Line);
  • South train line (Mandurah Line);
  • Bus route 998 bus runs between Curtin University Bus Station on Hayman Road and Oats Street Station every 15 minutes.
  • Bus services to/from Booragoon Bus Station and Fremantle

For more information, see the TransPerth Website and Curtin's Public Transport Website

Parking at Curtin University:

Those who are driving to Curtin University will need to park in one of the designated parking zones.

You will also need to download the CelloPark App to register/pay for parking (approx. $8 per day)

For more information, see Curtin's Driving/Parking Website

Places to eat!

  • A short 5 minute walk from the hotel will take you to Waterford Plaza Shopping Mall where you will find a number of restaurants and bars along with supermarkets, chemists and various speciality shops.
Restaurants to be found include:
  • Yang’s Dumplings
  • Varsity Bar and Grill
  • Subway
  • Domino’s Pizza
  • Phoever Waterford
  • Mikasa – Asian fusion
  • Old Chang Kee – Singaporean
  • Zambrero – Mexican
  • Seoul Delish - Korean
  • Places to See!

    Quokka on Rottnest Island Photo courtesy WA Tourism

    Fremantle and Rottnest Island

    • Fremantle or “Freo” is Perth’s Old Town. It’s a maritime city with spirit and soul, full of vibrancy, colour and culture. Fremantle is bursting with things to do, click the link for what’s on in Freo: 
    • Rottnest Island sits just offshore from the city of Fremantle. A protected nature reserve, it's home to the quokka, a small wallaby-like marsupial. No trip to Perth is complete without a “selfie” with a quokka. 

    Getting There:

    • Train to Fremantle – train from Perth Station platform 7 – catch Fremantle line train aprox. 30 minutes to Fremantle.
    • Ferry to Rottnest Island departs from the B-Shed in Fremantle – quick walk from the Fremantle train station\
    • For more information, see the TransPerth Website
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