Registration is now open; please register here. Please ensure you print your ticket at the conclusion of your registration as this is your official tax invoice.
Registration is at the discounted price of $695 for member Associate Deans, while tickets for Deans and others are $745. This includes pre-conference meetings where applicable, the full 2-day program with refreshments and lunch, welcome drinks, and a conference dinner at the Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre, including entry to the First Peoples exhibition.
The program preview as at 21 June 2017 can be downloaded here. The program will be regularly updated, so please check back closer to the conference for the most current program.
The conference will take place over two venues:
La Trobe University will provide delegate return transfers on day one to travel from the CBD to the Melbourne Campus in Bundoora. More details and the opportunity to request a transfer will be available soon.
For the sixth consecutive year, Melbourne is the world's most liveable city.
From its creative, exciting city centre to its buzzing neighbourhood hubs, Melbourne is also the gateway to Victoria’s world-class wineries, peninsulas, spectacular coastlines and alpine regions.
Interested in extending your stay? Events across Melbourne and Victoria include:
Visit the official Melbourne website for information about the city, or this site for specific travel information.
The Swanston Hotel Melbourne Grand Mercure195 Swanston Street, MelbournePhone: (03) 9663 4711Distance from the State Library of Victoria: 350 metresRooms from $200 per night
Novotel Melbourne on Collins270 Collins Street, MelbournePhone: (03) 9667 5800Distance from the State Library of Victoria: 800 metresRooms from $210 per night
Melbourne Marriott HotelCorner Exhibition and Lonsdale Streets, MelbournePhone: 1800 251 259Distance from the State Library of Victoria: 600 metresRooms from $220 per night
Sponsorship opportunites for the conference are now available. Please view our conference sponsorship prospectus here for more information or contact DASSH Executive Officer, Clare Sidoti.
More conference information will be added as it becomes available.
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