The following registration fees are listed in Australian Dollars, inclusive of Australian Goods and Services Tax (GST).
The Tourist Refund Scheme (TRS) allows Australians and overseas visitors to claim a refund, (subject to certain conditions), of the goods and services tax (GST) and wine equalisation tax paid on goods bought in Australia and then taken out of Australia. As you leave the country, you must wear or carry the goods as hand luggage with you, unless the goods are oversized goods or liquids, aerosols and gels restricted to hold luggage for security reasons. Operating air and sea crew are not eligible to claim a refund. You can make a claim for a tax refund by visiting the TRS facility in an international airport or at the cruise terminal at your final port of departure from Australia. The refund will be paid into an Australian bank account, to a credit card, or by cheque (in limited currencies), within 60 days of the claim being lodged. Ensure you are at the TRS facility early to make your claim as queues can be long.
Please read the Terms and Conditions before registering.
Payment is available via Direct Credit / International Payment or Credit Card.
- Standard – $1,236.00 per person
- Elders – $1,016.00 per person
- Youth (15-25) – $1,016.00 per person
- Group Registration – Price as per standard registration with a 10% discount for 5 or more people
- Groups larger than 20 people please email email@example.com for further instruction
- Day Registration – $440.00 per day per person
Delegates are able to purchase an additional ticket to the welcome function – $60.50 per person.
If you would like to register multiple attendees as a group co-ordinator you can do so by following the group registration button below.
All Registrations types include full access to keynotes, sessions, exhibition, event catering and social events.
To begin your registration please select from the Single Attendee Registration or Group Registration buttons below.
Should you have any questions during your registration process, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are travelling to Australia from overseas, there are important things you should know such as what visas to apply for and requirements for the visa application, your obligations while in Australia and information about complying with the conditions of your visa.
You will also need to know what you can and cannot bring into Australia, knowing the duty-free concession limits and what to experience when travelling through Australian airports and seaports.
For further information, please visit the Department of Home Affairs