Registrations for the FRSA National Conference are now open!
|FRSA Conference ticket types
|Speaker Rate||Early Bird Rate||Standard Rate|
31 July 2017
30 Sept 2017
|1 Oct 2017 –
08 Nov 2017
|Member Conference (Including Dinner)||$885.00||$995.00||$1,195.00|
|Member Conference (No Dinner)||$810.00||$920.00||$1,120.00|
|Non-Member Conference (Including Dinner)||$1,070.00||$1,295.00||$1,495.00|
|Non-Member Conference (No Dinner)||$995.00||$1,220.00||$1,420.00|
|Extra Exhibitor Ticket (No Dinner)
Tickets only available to existing sponsors/exhibitors
|Extra Dinner Ticket – Subject to Availability||$175.00||$175.00|
Fees and charges
All credit card transactions will incur a .7% surcharge* on the total amount of the transaction.
(* Subject to change)
$150 prior to 30 September 2017
50% of fees paid 1 October – 8 November 2017
No refund on or after 9 November 2017
Late/Onsite Registration per Delegate:
$150 from 9 November – 24 November 2017
FRSA Member Only ‘6 for 5’ promotional registration
FRSA Members Only ‘6 for 5’ promotion registration, purchase 5 registrations and receive 6th free. Simply enter the names of 5 members you will register in one transaction and when complete, you’ll receive a link and code in your confirmation email to register your 6th attendee. Available at both Early Bird and Standard Rates.
Dr Brian Bumbarger
Dr. Brian Bumbarger is an Adjunct Research Fellow at the Griffith University Institute of Criminology (QLD) and an Adjunct Research Associate at the Prevention Research Center at Penn State University.
Dr Angela Donkin
Dr Angela Donkin is Deputy Director of the UCL Institute of Health Equity, led by Professor Sir Michael Marmot. The team is known globally for its work on the Social Determinants of Health.
Professor Kerry Arabena
Professor Kerry Arabena is Chair for Indigenous Health and Director of the Indigenous Health Equity Unit at The University of Melbourne.
KAIGI professional conference organiser has been appointed as the official Accommodation Management company for the 2017 FRSA National Conference.
Accommodation has been secured at competitive and flexible rates at a range of hotels & apartments in Melbourne. We strongly suggest you take advantage of this opportunity as the special rates are only available for a limited time.
You will be given the opportunity to secure a reservation booking during the online conference registration process. If you have already registered for the conference and wish to now make an accommodation booking please log back into the registration site using the username and password you had created.
Please find information of all the accommodation venues we offer as part of the FRSA National Conference.
All booking requests, cancellations and amendments must be sent in writing to the Conference Secretariat at FRSA@kaigi.com.au or 02 6198 3218.
Should you wish to extend your stay beyond the conference dates, please email the Conference Secretariat at FRSA@kaigi.com.au advising of the check-in and check-out dates and the room type you require. KAIGI will then make the booking on your behalf.
Adina Apartment Hotel Melbourne Northbank
1 Bedroom Apartment (Queen Bed) – $215.00 per night
1 Bedroom Apartment (Twin Room) – $215.00 per night
Nestled into the banks of the Yarra and surrounded by the bustling CBD, Etihad Stadium and Crown Casino, a stay in Adina Apartment Hotel Melbourne Northbank puts you well and truly at the heart of the action. Only an 8 minute walk to the Conference venue.
Visit the Adina Apartment Hotels here for more information.
Crowne Plaza Melbourne
Standard Room (King bed) – $250.00 per night
Standard Room (Twin bed) – $250.00 per night
Experience the vibrancy and eclectic culture for which Melbourne is renowned with central accommodation near Melbourne CBD. Standing out from the sea of high rises in Melbourne, the Crowne Plaza Melbourne’s curved shape gives a hint at the architectural features and sense of open space that will make your stay an experience to remember.
For further information, check out the Melbourne Crowne Plaza website.
Oaks on Collins
Cosmo Apartment – $240.00 per night
Studio Apartment – $170.00 per night
Studio Executive Apartment – $180.00 per night
Overlooking rows of mature elm trees and some of Victoria’s most classic architecture, the 4.5 star Oaks on Collins is fashioned on New York-style living and stretches 20 floors up, providing uninterrupted access to the business, shopping and entertainment precincts that lie below.
Visit Oaks Hotels & Resorts website for more details.
Oaks WRAP on Southbank
Studio Apartment – $215.00 per night
1 Bedroom Apartment (Queen bed) – $235.00 per night
2 Bedroom Apartment (Twin bed) – $345.00 per night
WRAP on Southbank offers first-class amenities and all the creature comforts you’d expect from one of the newest, finest hotels Southbank has to offer. Taking inspiration from Melbourne’s landmark Art Centre spire along with Beijing’s Bird Nest Olympic Stadium, the building’s façade features a prominent frame that coils around its exterior, giving it immediate skyline presence but also its eponymous name – WRAP on Southbank.
Information available at the Oaks Hotels & Resorts website.
Travelodge Hotel Docklands
Guest Room (King bed) – $195.00 per night
Guest Room (Two single beds) – $195.00 per night
Travelodge Hotel Melbourne Docklands is perfectly located in the Melbourne CBD, close to Southern Cross Station and many of the city’s top attractions. Located close to Melbourne’s transport options and a short walk to the exciting South Wharf precinct, shopping, casino.
More details are available at Travelodge Hotels.
Travelodge Hotel Melbourne Southbank
Guest Room (King bed) – $209.00 per night
Guest Room (Two single beds) – $209.00 per night
Travelodge Hotel Melbourne Southbank offers affordable, comfortable stays on the banks of the Yarra. Enjoy well-equipped rooms & convenient services.
More details are available at Travelodge Hotels.
Recognised as Australasia’s Leading Meetings and Conference Centre from 2012 – 2016 by the prestigious World Travel Awards, MCEC connects you with everything you need. MCEC offers incredible spaces, leading technology, award-winning food and the expertise to bring it all together. It has a pillarless floor space of 30,000 square metres, making it the largest such space in the southern hemisphere, which allows it to host thousands of large exhibitions, some which are held each year.
MCEC is owned by the Victorian State Government and managed by Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Trust and is located on the banks of the Yarra River in central Melbourne, in close proximity to hotels, cafes, bars, restaurants, shops and attractions.
- 51 dedicated meeting rooms offer array of sizes, locations and configurations.
- 30,000 square metres pillar-less exhibition space.
- Latest technology and audio visual built into every room.
- Free wi-fi for all delegates.
Information on transport and how to get to MCEC, parking, sustainability, technology etc is all available on the website: www.mcec.com.au.
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FRSA is pleased to announce that the upcoming FRSA National Conference 22-24 November 2017 is now an ACWA endorsed CPD event.
Members can claim CPD points for their participation.
For more information, please visit the ACWA website here.