Registration: what’s included?

Congress 2015 offers a jam-packed four days of talks, seminars, keynotes addresses and trade displays. Canberra, the host city,  also provides the unique opportunities offered by the national capital with access to the records of the National Library of Australia, the Australian War Memorial, the Australian National Archives and much more.

Conference participants can select from over 70 sessions, with up to five sessions offered across four streams on each of the four days of congress.

Full congress registration will entitle registrants to select from the full program of presentation including all keynote presentations and three extra lunchtime seminars.

Full registration will also include morning and afternoon tea, and lunch on Friday, Saturday and Sunday; as well as morning tea and lunch on Monday. Attendees also have access to the conference trade show and demonstrations.

The congress program will be complemented by a number of social events open to registrants and their guests. These events will be at an additional cost. But will provide a unique experience in the national capital with the Welcome function in ANZAC Hall at the Australian War Memorial, and the Gala Dinner in the Great Hall of Parliament House.

There will also be a number of tours available to attendees and their guests. More details on these activities will be released as they are finalised. But we expect to offer guided tours of Canberra’s national treasures, as well as a tour of the region’s fine food and winery district.