Social Program

An excellent program of Social Functions has been arranged for the Conference that promises delegates a tantalising taste of some of the great food and wine of the region.

Monday 13 January 2014

Welcome Reception (included in the registration fee for all registration categories) 

                                     
Time: 1730 - 2030
Venue: Rydges Hotel, Perth City (Corner King & Hay Streets, Perth)


An invitation is extended to all registered delegates to attend the Welcome Reception to be held at the Rydges Hotel, Perth City.  Renew old friendships and make new acquaintances as we welcome you to Perth.

Additional tickets: Additional tickets for guests can be purchased through the online Registration Form for $60.00

Tuesday 14 January 2014

First Andrew Schofield Lecture and Reception (included in the registration fee for all registration categories)

Venue: Winthrop Hall (University of Western Australia)
Time: 1800-2000


Additional tickets: This is an included function for all registration categories. Partners and guests may purchase additional tickets through the online registration form for $80.00

Wednesday 15 January 2014

Conference Dinner (included in the registration fee for all registration categories)              

Time: 1800 - 2300
Venue: Frasers State Reception Centre, Kings Park
Transfers: Return bus transfers will be provided for delegates attending the Conference dinner. Please indicate on the online registration form if you require a dinner transfer.

 

Additional tickets: This is an included function for all registration categories. Partners and guests may purchase additional tickets through the online registration form for $140.00.

The Frasers State Reception Centre, Kings Park is the venue for the Conference Dinner and will be one of the memorable highlights of the Conference. Guests will be treated to a sumptuous three course meal and fine Australian wines overlooking Perth by night.

Conference Dinner Entertainment
Wadumbah Dance Troupe

The people of the Wadumbah Aboriginal Dance Group will perform to showcase their rich heritage, foster pride in Aboriginal people, and to bridge the gap between Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal Australians.  Their performance is a moving demonstration of dance and traditional storytelling.

Thursday 16 January 2014

Social event and dedicated poster session.

Disclaimer

The services specified are correct at the time of publication. However, in the event that any service(s) become unavailable, the Conference Managers reserve the right to alter or cancel the event.