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Social Functions and VEnue Information

 

Exhibition Opening and Welcome Reception

Sunday 16 June 2019
Venue: National Convention Centre, Constitution Ave, Canberra City
5:00–7:00 pm
$50 per person for day delegates and guests
No charge for full registered delegates
No charge for registered accompanying partners
Dress Code: Smart casual

 

General Assembly Business Sessions

Monday 17 – Wednesday 19 June 2019
Venue: National Convention Centre, Constitution Ave, Canberra City
All Plenary sessions will be held in the Royal Theatre at the National Convention Centre.
Dress code: Smart casual

 

Exhibition

Sunday 16 – Wednesday 19 June 2019
Venue: National Convention Centre, Constitution Ave, Canberra City
The exhibition is being held in the Exhibition Hall of the National Convention Centre.
Dress code: Smart casual

 

Networking Dinner

Monday 17 June 2019
Venue: Australian War Memorial
The dinner is being held in Anzac Hall
7:00–11:00 pm
$110 per person
Dress code: Smart casual
To showcase another spectacular venue at our Nations Capital we are taking the Networking dinner to the Australian War Memorial, where we will dine amongst large war relics including the massive Lancaster bomber, "G for George", midget submarine, and a rare First World War aircraft.

 

General Assembly Dinner

Tuesday 18 June 2019
Venue: Exhibition Park in Canberra (EPIX)
7:00–11:00 pm
$140 per person
Dress code: Lounge suit/collar and tie for men and cocktail style for women.
Tickets to the General Assembly Annual Dinner are always highly sought after. Places are limited and therefore booking early is highly recommended to ensure your place.

Note: Bookings are accepted in order of receipt.

 

Partner Tours

Monday 17 June

Lake Cruise to Monet
Enjoy the view from the recently refurbished MV Southern Cross Yacht as you cruise around Lake Burley Griffin learning about some of Canberra monuments, museums and political landmarks. After lunch, there will be an opportunity to view the Monet: Impression, Sunrise Exhibition at the National Gallery Australia. This exclusive exhibition will feature Monet pieces on lend from Paris and London along with work from artists like JMW Turner inspired by the impressionist master.

 

Tuesday 18 June

Pottery and Wine Experience
Today we will be travelling just out of Canberra to nearby town of Murrumbateman. Here we will be visiting Hillgrove Pottery where we will be treated to a history of pottery, demonstrations and a tour of the centre. We will also be joined by local boutique winery, Idyllic Hills Wines, who will provide tastings and the opportunity for you to ask any questions you have ever had in the process of wine making. We will then begin making our way back to Canberra with a stop for lunch along the way.