There will also be plenty of time to network with other practitioners to share industry intelligence, swap tips and workshop ideas at the welcome reception (8 August), conference dinner (9 August), and during open forum delegate discussions over lunch.
Places for the dinner sell out fast so avoid disappointment and book your individual ticket, or table of 10, now. Please note a table of 10 booking requires a conference registration.
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Our dedicated accommodation booking site is now open for the 5-star Sofitel on Collins, Melbourne. Book early to avoid disappointment:
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