The majority of demonstrations, whether static or mobile, will be held off-site at nearby Albert Park Lake, the home of the F1 Grand Prix Melbourne – approximately 4.3 km (2.7 miles) from the congress venue. A return bus service will bring delegates to and from the demonstration venue for the duration of the congress.
There are several environments proposed to accommodate demonstrations:
At the demonstration site, demonstrators will have access to undercover and/or indoor areas to provide for:
Map of the demonstration area, its proximity to the congress venue, and videos of the actual proposed demonstration sites.
See also Google Street View of the Australian F1 Grand Prix circuit at Albert Park. Most of this 5.3 kilometre (3.9 mile) circuit will be used for demonstrations in live traffic, with a 2 kilometre (1.2 mile) section exclusively secured for autonomous World Congress driving demonstrations.
Graham Taylor, Demonstrations Project Manager
Melbourne 2016 Demonstrations Sub-Committee
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