How can you prepare for the Showcase?

Monday, September 27, 2021

With just over a week to go until Showcase 2021, there are a few things you can do now to help making your experience as streamlined as possible.

To deliver a COVIDSafe event, there are a few changes to the day to day functioning of the event. In line with current restrictions, seating is fully allocated with your details included on your printed nametag.

While that means there will be no changing rooms between sessions, you can rest assured that you can catch up on the sessions you missed in the Clinical Excellence Showcase podcast (but more on that one later). In addition, you are required to wear a mask unless you are eating, drinking or in your allocated seat.

For more information about Brisbane Powerhouse’s COVIDSafe plan, visit the venue’s COVID-19 advice page.

Join the CEQ Events app

To support our COVIDSafe event and to ensure our virtual delegates feel as much a part of the live event, all Q&As will be conducted via the CEQ Events app.

If you’ve been to a previous Showcase, you should already have an account so simply log back in and join ‘Showcase 2021’. If not, simply create your profile and join the event before you arrive so you have more time to enjoy the event!

Plan how you’re getting there

This year’s Showcase is moving to the Brisbane Powerhouse. Located on the edge of New Farm Park, you can arrive by land or water!


The New Farm Ferry Terminal is located a short 200m walk from the Brisbane Powerhouse, with services running every 30 minutes until midnight.


The 195 and 196 bus services stop at the end of Brunswick Street at Oxlade Drive, on the east side of New Farm Park. The 199 bus stops at Merthyr Road and Hawthorne Street. Both stops are a short walk away from Brisbane Powerhouse.

For more information on public transit schedules and stop locations visit


Brisbane Powerhouse has limited parking available onsite, costing $9 for the day.

For more information, visit the Brisbane Powerhouse website.

Do some pre-listening (but don’t worry about taking notes)

Once again, all presentations will be recorded and packaged up to form Season 3 of the Clinical Excellence Showcase podcast. The first episodes will start dropping from the end of October, so sit back and relax – no need to take notes!

In addition, the Showcase website already has a wealth of content available for you to explore, including Season 1 of the Clinical Excellence Stories documentary and podcast series.

Sign-up to our frontline emails

While we will keep you updated should any health advice change between now and the event, it is a timely reminder to sign-up to our frontline COVID advice bulletin, which mainly focuses on the day-to-day advice relating to COVID and the vaccine rollout.

Last updated: 28 September 2021