ADC Sydney (1 Castlereagh St)

Updated  7 July 2021 @ 1.00pm

Thank you to our clients for your continued support for the Australian Disputes Centre. While the City of Sydney LGA is in lockdown, it is business as usual for ADC, except for access to our rooms at 1 Castlereagh St.

ADC’s flagship online training programs continue as normal. ADC’s Disputes Management appointment process also continues as normal. And we are always available by phone or email to discuss any questions you may have.

However, ADC Sydney Venue is currently closed for  mediations and hearings, and is not taking new room bookings for the period 25 June – 16 July 2021.

ADC can assist parties with a Concierge Service in arranging their matters Online (see details below).

Room Bookings from 19 July 2021

To help keep our clients safe ADC is extending its precautionary measures. In line with Government guidelines this includes accommodating your QR Code check-in, social distancing requirements by observing the 4 metre social distancing requirement and wearing face-masks at the Centre.

We thank you for your co-operation and support in playing our part in mitigating the risks of a second wave of COVID-19.

ADC offers all its services online, including:

Call us on 02 9239 0700, to make room bookings at 1 Castlereagh St, request ADC’s Concierge Service for your online booking with ADC Virtual, or book an online course.

Feeling unwell?

If you are feeling unwell at all on the day of your booking, please stay at home and call us. We can help you make other arrangements.

Service NSW QR Code

The Australian Disputes Centre is registered with Service NSW as a Covid-Safe business. To assist NSW Health with contact tracing, guests are required to sign in each day using the Service NSW QR Code.

Hygiene and Prevention

We urge you to be vigilant, follow Health Department guidelines for personal hygiene and if you are unwell, seek medical attention immediately and self-isolate until you have received medical clearance.

The Centre is disinfected regularly during the day. This includes all door handles, light switches, tables, chairs and kitchen surfaces.

All visitors to our Sydney Centre are asked to contribute to maintaining a healthy working environment by exercising good personal hygiene practices, including:

  • Washing your hands immediately before entering, and regularly during your visit. Signage in bathrooms reminds everyone to wash methodically with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds, and dry thoroughly with a clean towel.
  • On arrival, please ask our staff for antiseptic wipes for you to clean your phone and bags.
  • Covering any coughs and sneezes with your elbow or a tissue and dispose of tissues in a waste bin.
  • Not touching your face

Government Restrictions on Meeting Space – Currently 4 metres

ADC Sydney has 9 rooms available, catering for 2 – 19 attendees under the 4-metre rule, and 4 – 30+ under the 2 metre requirements. In addition to our rooms ADC includes a galley kitchen and large central hub, allowing up to 15 people to interact in small groups.

Please contact us directly to discuss your specific space requirements.

ADC’s Business Continuity Plan

ADC has continuity plans in place to ensure that our services to you can continue to operate remotely as required. This includes staff working from home, telephone and video conferencing, and live simulcast and webinar capabilities.

In the event that ADC is required to close its premises, we will update the website (please check regularly) and contact all of our current bookings directly to make alternative arrangements, including transfer to ADC Virtual – our online Dispute Resolution platform, and for training and CPD programmes.

Cancellation Policy

See ADC’s Room-Hire Terms and Conditions for our cancellation policy.

Contact us

Please contact us if you have any questions T: +61 2 9239 0700 E: info@disputescentre.com.au