Abstract and registration submission open: July 31
Abstract and registration submission close: October 22
Conference commences: November 16
Please complete your registration via this link: Conference Registration Portal
Note to staff and students of the University of Adelaide: To register via the conference registration portal, please sign in using your University credentials via the Student/Staff Login (top right of the portal page).
The number of participants for this conference is limited: thus, we suggest you register early. If the maximum amount of participants is reached before the registration deadline, registration will close. A request to be waitlisted can be emailed to email@example.com
All rates below are in Australian Dollars and GST inclusive.
- Full Registration AUD $330.00
- Student Registration AUD $150.00
- Industry Registration AUD $500.00
Conference Registration includes:
- Access to all the conference sessions
- Conference material
- Conference Dinner
- Morning & afternoon breaks, lunches
Note: Students are required to submit a letter of support stating that they are enrolled for a higher degree at University, and the letter must be signed by a lecturer/supervisor and on the Institution’s letterhead. Please send your student letter of support to firstname.lastname@example.org. All students must submit an Abstract (see Abstract Submission). Student registration entitles students to the same benefits of full registration.
One day conference Registration rates:
Daily registration for the conference is available (note Conference Dinner is not included).
- Full Registration AUD $95.00 per day
- Student Registration AUD $45.00 per day
- Industry Registration AUD $150.00 per day
Cancellations can be made until October 22, 2019. No refunds will be given after this date. Any cancellation request must be communicated by email to email@example.com
Some activities to do in Adelaide before or after the conference.
Art Gallery of South Australia Private Guided Tour.
The Art Gallery of South Australia boasts a collection of almost 45,000 works, making it the second largest state art collection in Australia. Exhibition offerings in November include the TARNANTHI exhibition which showcases contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art at its best and boldest.
National Wine Centre of Australia Guided Tour and Tasting.
The National Wine Centre of Australia is the national showcase for the Australian Wine Industry. Immerse yourself in the wine making process from the vine to the bottle, as well as the history, culture and science of Australian wine by taking a hosted tour of the Wine Discovery Journey and tasting of three alternate varietal wines.
Adelaide Botanic Gardens.
In the heart of the city but another world away. Explore the beauty and diversity of plants from across Australia and around the world. Take a self-guided tour among 50 hectares of magnificently maintained gardens and stunning architecture.
Adelaide Oval Stadium Tour.
Visit areas that are usually inaccessible and learn about the heritage and significance of Adelaide Oval. Some of the areas visited include inside the Historic Scoreboard, standing on the actual field, the Bradman Collection, and a unique Soundscape experience which mimics the crowd cheering as the tour walks out to the field.