FRSA National Conference 2024

FRSA National Conference 2024

Family & Relationship Services


The FRSA National Conference is heralded as a highlight event for the Family and Relationship Services network and is one of the largest annual gatherings of practitioners, academics and policy makers working to support children, families and communities. This ‘not to be missed’ event will feature a number of highly acclaimed keynote presenters, as well as Federal Ministers and sector leaders with a focus on delivering the most effective services to children, families and young people.

As social service organisations we are always at the cutting edge of emerging trends and changes in society – for the FRS sector, especially for vulnerable children, families and communities.

The theme for the FRSA National Conference 2024 – Family & Relationship Services – Valued now and into the future and will be held at the Pullman Melbourne on the Park on 13-16 May 2024.

Each and every day, family and relationship services help facilitate changes in the lives of the children, adults, families and communities they work with. These might be barely perceptible micro-changes. They might be lightbulb moments. They might be multiplier or cascading effects that are difficult to attribute to any one intervention or service. Change, as the saying goes, is the only constant and reflecting on the role our sector plays in facilitating positive change is an important step in understanding where concepts, practices and interventions can be maximised and replicated and where we might explore new possibilities, new ways of thinking and of doing to make the greatest impact.

FRSA and the sector has been investing time and energy in successfully painting a picture of the ‘value’ of our services. Whilst the value of services is presented as a monetary commodity in the cost benefit analysis work, we know that the impacts and benefits underpinning this work brings about real, tangible benefits and changes to people’s lives.

The FRSA National Conference 2024 provides a platform to showcase and learn from on the ground practice and research. It will provide an opportunity to consolidate an understanding of our sector’s ‘value add’ and identify the strengths we can build on and the opportunities we can harness. We welcome you to this gathering – a space to reflect, to share, to inspire and to engage.

This year we will come together to share and explore our sector’s value and our sector’s potential.

We are a rich and diverse society, and we encourage presentations that show our sector’s work with different cohorts and communities – First Nations peoples, culturally and linguistically diverse peoples, people with disability and LGBTQI+ people.


Open Call for Abstracts

3 October 2023

Early Bird Registration open

November 2023

Call for Abstracts close

6 November 2023 EXTENDED TO 13 NOVEMBER

Notify Authors

December 2023

Early Bird Registration close

4 March 2024

Standard Registration close

13 May 2024




Family & Relationship Services Australia (FRSA) invites you to submit an abstract to present at the FRSA National Conference 2024.

We welcome abstracts that speak to the conference theme – Family & Relationship Services – Valued now and into the future.

In preparing and making your submission, you are asked to select and position your abstract within one of the six following streams:

  1. The first 1000 days
    (e.g. the preconception period (preconception to birth), the birth of a child, impact on family relationships and transitions into parenting).
  2. Schooling years
    (e.g. school readiness, transitions into and across primary and secondary schools/school years, young people with significant caring responsibilities and transitioning out of school into training, tertiary education or employment).
  3. Children at the Centre
    (e.g. child-focused and child-inclusive practice, supporting children’s participation in policy development, children’s participation in service design and evaluation, child safety and wellbeing).
  4. Relationship breakdown and re-partnering
    (e.g. family/domestic violence, family legal services, family dispute resolution, men’s behavioural change programs, parenting after separation, sole-parenting and sustaining the best interests and wellbeing of children).
  5. Family Domestic Violence
    (e.g. identifying and managing family violence risk, child maltreatment, perpetrator interventions, adolescents using violence in the home, elder abuse)
  6. Across the lifecourse
    (e.g. diverse and changing family structures, developing and maintaining respectful relationships, social connection, intersectionality and inclusion)

We are a rich and diverse society, and FRSA encourages presentations that show our sector’s work with different cohorts and communities – First Nations peoples, culturally and linguistically diverse peoples, people with disability and LGBTQI+ people – and other cohorts who may face particular challenges in accessing safe and appropriate services.

To submit your Abstract, please review the Abstracts Guidelines & Assessment Criteria below which outlines all abstract information and assessment criteria and submit your Abstract via the button below.

For more information about submitting an abstract, please contact FRSA Manager of Policy and Research, Ms Robyn Clough at or (02) 6162 1811.

All Abstracts must be submitted online by 5.00pm AEDT, Monday 13 November 2023.


Concurrent sessions are 30 minutes in length, including Q&A and can be interactive with the audience or with minimal interaction. Abstracts for a 30-minute presentation must be between 200 and 400 words in length.


Staying within the Abstract guidelines outlined above, you may team up with three to five others to submit an abstract for a symposium. A symposium comprises a series of presentations organised around a common theme to engage the audience in critical reflection on key issues and questions relevant to the topic area. The duration of a symposium is around 90 minutes to allow time for three to five presenters to share and for discussion among attendees.

We encourage symposiums in which presenters and moderators/discussants represent different perspectives, such as from policymakers, practitioners, and academics.

To submit an abstract for a symposium there is no need for each presenter to submit an abstract. Each symposium requires a primary organiser who is the chair and will serve as the single point of contact in the submission process. Submissions must detail who the primary organiser is and who the other presenters are. The primary organiser must collate and order the presenters’ ideas in a way that will best engage attendees, with the symposium abstracts being between 500 and 800 words.


6 November 2024 – Call for abstracts closes.

13 November 2024 – Call for abstracts close EXTENSION.

18 December 2023 – Notification of acceptance begins.

2 February 2024 – Speaker registrations close – after this date speakers will need to pay the appropriate Early Bird or Standard rate.

4 March 2024 – Early bird registrations close.


Your abstract will be assessed based on the following criteria:

  1. The extent to which the author demonstrates an understanding of the impact of service delivery on clients and/or service providers in the chosen conference stream.
  2. The extent to which the presentation reflects the conference theme.
  3. The extent to which the presentation will be engaging and informative.
While we welcome abstracts from everyone, priority in assessing abstracts will be given to individuals and organisations who are FRSA members. For information on becoming an FRSA member please view our website and/or contact us on (02) 6162 1811 or at


Notifications of acceptance will be sent via e-mail to the submitting author from Monday 18 December 2023.

Accepted abstracts will be published on the FRSA Conference website and in the FRSA 2024 Conference Delegate Handbook and App. 


  • All abstracts must contain original work of the presenting author(s).
  • A presenting author must submit the abstract.
  • Presenters named in the abstract as speakers should have considerable presentation skills.
  • Abstracts must be submitted online by 5:00pm AEDT Monday 13 November 2023.
  • Abstracts will not be accepted via fax, mail, email or USB/CD.
  • All required fields on the online abstract submission form must be completed.
  • Those submitting abstracts must ensure that they have the support of their organisation/employer.
  • This is a face-to-face event; it is expected that presentations will be made in person.
  • Acceptance of papers will be on the basis of blind peer review (i.e. your name and organisation will not be known to assessors).
  • The Conference Managers will not be held responsible for abstract submissions not received via the website or for submission errors caused by Internet service outages, hardware or software delays, power outages or unforeseen events.
  • Abstracts CANNOT be amended or replaced once submitted. The review process will commence as soon as the abstract is received.
  • Ensure that you DO NOT leave any abstracts in the Draft stage by the close date, abstracts left in the ‘Draft’ stage will not be reviewed.


Should your abstract be accepted, you will be invited to submit a longer paper for peer review. Should your longer paper be accepted, it will be published in the FRSA 2024 National Conference e-Journal. Previous e-Journals can be seen here.

For technical queries regarding the portal, please get in touch with our Conference Organiser at



Registration for the FRSA 2024 National Conference is now OPEN!

Please note that all persons intending to attend the Conference must register, including invited speakers, chairpersons and media. Please register via the buttons below. 

Early Bird Registration Fee* Until 4 March 2024

Member Rates Non-Member Rates
Complete Conference Experience – Including dinner $1,095.00 $1,395.00
Conference Only – No dinner $1,020.00 $1,320.00

* To be entitled to the early bird registration fee you must have registered and paid by 5 March 2024.


Standard Registration Fee From 5 March 2024

Member Rates Non-Member Rates
Complete Conference Experience – Including dinner $1,295.00 $1,595.00
Conference Only – No dinner $1,220.00 $1,520.00


Onsite Registration Fee Applicable** From 13 May 2024

Member Rates Non-Member Rates
Complete Conference Experience – Including dinner $1,445.00 $1,745.00
Conference Only – No dinner $1,370.00 $1,670.00

**Registration received within this time period prior to the Conference going onsite receive an additional fee of $150.00


Speaker Registration*** opens 18 December 2023
All speakers must be registered by 2 February 2024

Member Rates Non-Member Rates
Speaker Complete Conference Experience – Including dinner $985.00 $1,170.00
Speaker Conference Only – No dinner $910.00 $1,095.00

***After 3 February 2024 Standard rates apply to Speakers


Pre-Conference Workshops – FRSA MEMBERS ONLY

Member Rates
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Workshop: Dadirri – Ancient Aboriginal Mindfulness Traditions $175.00
Family Law Workshop (All Day) $175.00
LGBTIQA+ Family Practice $175.00
Using evidence to paint a picture: Finding opportunities for learning, growth and sharing the success of child and family services $175.00


Group Registrations
FRSA is pleased to offer FRSA Members the opportunity to register five (5) participants and receive the sixth registration complimentary. To be eligible for the complimentary registration, you must register your five (5) participants using the link below. Instructions on how to register your complimentary registration will be provided on the confirmation email. Interested in becoming an FRSA Member? Visit our Membership page.

Please note: When registering the 6 for 5, to receive the 6th registration free the same registration type must be purchased for the entire group.

Download a copy of the registration rates.

Need help? Please contact the Conference Secretariat via, or phone on 02 6198 3218.



Pre-conference Workshops will be held on Monday, 13 May 2024, commencing at 10am. This years National Conference will comprise of four workshops. More details on each workshop coming soon. Please note all Pre-Conference Workshops are for FRSA Members only.

Dadirri – Ancient Aboriginal Mindfulness Traditions

The main aim of this workshop is to locate the ancient Aboriginal tradition of mindfulness within the work of trauma recovery in Australia and elsewhere.

The workshop objectives is to introduce participants to and build capacity towards using mindfulness in self-care and in the development of communities of care, and communities of practice in all trauma recovery work.

On completion of this workshop participants should be able to:

  1. Learn the fundamentals of the practice of Dadirri as an Ancient Mindfulness tradition essential in all trauma recovery – community healing work.
  2. Recognize the importance of cultural fitness in all community work.
  3. Use the cultural tradition of mindfulness in self-care and care practice while undertaking trauma recovery work.
  4. Identify issues of self-awareness and demonstrate the skills of journaling or story mapping as a conscious and cognitive record of the self-awareness, self-reflective process.
  5. Begin developing the skills and knowledge necessary to enable effective communication in trauma recovery work using symbols, art, and music in storytelling and story-mapping.
  6. Define and support the development of communities of care.
  7. Begin developing the skills and knowledge required to implement community development processes for building community-healing networks.

LGBTIQA+ Family Practice

Presenters: Karen Field, CEO, Drummond Street Services, Elliott McMahon, Queerspace Program Manager, Mengrui Li, Queerspace Family Violence Manager and Nicole Dowling, Family Practice Manager Queerspace

The workshop will provide participants with a deep understanding of the multiple risk and protective factors impacting on the health and wellbeing of LGBTIQA+ families, current research and evidence-based practice, designing and delivering effective whole of family approaches and the importance of an inclusive whole of service response. The facilitators will also present our recent research that suggests that when individuals face discrimination related solely to their LGBT identity without additional forms of discrimination, their well-being remained relatively unaffected. This was not the case for individuals who experienced discrimination across a greater number of settings. This indicates the need to apply an intersectional lens for targeted interventions to mitigate the negative effects of discrimination on well-being. The pervasive nature of intersectional discrimination has a profound impact on LGBTIQA+ individuals’ mental health, social connectedness, and financial wellbeing.

The workshop will cover the following:

  • Organisational readiness and implementation support: informed by implementation science and organisational readiness literature, and our own evaluative management frameworks.
  • Centring of lived experience perspectives: Drummond Street’s team of highly experienced LGBTIQA+ trainers and consultants, who offer their personal and professional experience in service provision and training.
  • Whole of Service response: to create not only inclusive processes but also an inclusive family service environment, collective understandings, attitudes, and specialist practice wisdom and models.
  • Intersectional person-centred approach: Recognition that people may experience multiple intersecting forms of discrimination, oppression and disadvantage, and that while their gender or sexual orientation are significant, there are other diverse and important parts of a person’s identity to be acknowledged, seen, heard and understood to ensure a positive, safe and effective support service.
  • Whole-of-family approaches: Our approach to practice recognises a diverse and inclusive definition of families, and uses the term broadly, as determined by the person themselves. This may include loved ones that are biologically related, ‘family of choice’, parents or other caregivers, partners, children, grandparents and/or other significant relationships in the person’s life. Social networks and friends are also critically important, and are often defined as ‘family’, so it is important that close social relationships are included in considerations when adopting a ‘whole-of-family’ and ‘family as a system’ approaches.

Using evidence to paint a picture: Finding opportunities for learning, growth and sharing the success of child and family services

Presenters: Researchers from the Child and Family Evidence team, Australian Institute of Family Studies

This full day workshop will focus on building skills that will help services to identify, assess, interrogate and draw meaning from ‘evidence’ as it relates to the delivery of services and programs. While there are many forms of evidence, in this workshop we will focus on the skills needed to effectively harness external research evidence that is relevant to family and relationship services as well as the data and information that organisations collect about their own programs and services.

In this workshop, participants will learn how to:

  • Harness the power of the established body of research evidence, including how to find, appraise and use research evidence for program and service design or re-design.
  • Best use of the information collected in their services and programs and how to interrogate and draw meaning from that data to highlight program strengths and identify opportunities for learning, improvement and growth.
  • Integrate relevant research evidence and program/client data to paint a detailed picture of a program or service’s value and opportunities for improvement.

The workshop will be interactive and will involve practical elements and discussion.

Why should you attend?

The service delivery environment calls on services to invest time and resources to innovate, explore new ideas and demonstrate they are delivering real benefits to the children and families they serve. Drawing on both existing research evidence and current service information can create powerful opportunities to:

  • better understand and showcase a program’s strengths
  • support the design or re-design of services and programs
  • promote learning and lead to opportunities for service or program growth.

Who is this workshop for?

This workshop will be particularly useful for people who have some oversight of family and relationship services or programs. Their role may require them to create, deliver, adapt or refine programs or services. They may also need to describe the value of their program and service to seek funding and support, or they may need to assess the value of activities that they fund. For example, this workshop may be of interest to team leaders, senior practitioners, clinical supervisors and program managers in child and family services.

Who is this not for?

This workshop is not designed for those who have a lot of research and evaluation experience.


FRSA is pleased to announce the availability of bursaries that are available for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who are registered for or would like to attend the 2023 Family & Relationship Services Australia National Conference, Family & Relationship Services – Valued now and into the future.

Bursaries are provided to assist with covering the cost of conference registration, and travel & accommodation. To be eligible you must be an employee of a fully financial FRSA member organisation. There are two bursaries available. Each package includes:

  • 1 x Complimentary full registration to the Conference (including dinner)
  • $500 towards travel and accommodation

The application process closes on THURSDAY, 28 March 2024.

Please note, this Bursary Program is open to people who are yet to register and those who are already registered.


Pullman Melbourne on the Park

192 Wellington Parade, East Melbourne VIC 3002

Pullman Melbourne On The Park is poised at the edge of Melbourne’s centre, beside Fitzroy Gardens and opposite Melbourne’s events hub, you can get away without being far away. Delegates can network in the classic Cliveden Bar, recharge with its unpretentious all-day dining, or visit Melbourne’s buzzing centre, only minutes away by foot, tram or train. The guest rooms provide an elegant retreat, with stylish bathrooms and a chaise lounge from which to enjoy the views.



From the Airport

The Conference venue is 25 kilometres from Melbourne International Airport and a short walk from the Jolimont Train Station located just across the road from the hotel.


The SkyBus runs express services between Melbourne Airport and Melbourne CBD (Southern Cross Station) daily from 4am to 1am. SkyBus has stops at Terminals 1, 3 and 4. Tickets are card-only and can be purchased via e-kiosks at the airport, or at For more information about services, fares and schedules, visit the SkyBus website.

Car rental

To hire a car from Melbourne Airport, please visit their website.


Taxis are on hand to pick-up arriving passengers with taxi ranks located close to all Terminals. The Melbourne CBD is approximately a 30-minute fare from Melbourne Airport. Taxi ranks are located on the ground floor outside T1 and in the T4 Transport Hub.  For your safety you should not accept any offer of taxi services outside of the designated taxi ranks at Terminals 1 and 4.

Venue Parking

Self-parking is available for $40 overnight. Valet parking is available for $65. Simply drive onto the main hotel u shaped driveway on Wellington Parade and enter the car park on the right hand side of the driveway.

Getting around the city

Melbourne is a compact city best explored on foot where your sense of discovery is heightened by the unique spaces, experiences and hidden gems often stumbled upon along the way. Thanks to its grid layout, navigating is easy and made more inviting by its smart connectivity.

The city’s Free Tram Zone extends from Queen Victoria Market to Docklands, Spring Street, Flinders Street Station and Federation Square. Travel on the City Circle Tram is also free. Hop on and off the historic trams as often as you like. You don’t need a myki card if you’re only travelling in the city’s Free Tram Zone or on the City Circle Tram.


Eat and drink your way through Victoria, from the renowned wineries of the Mornington Peninsula and Yarra Valley to Melbourne’s pop-up restaurants and the Murray’s scenic riverside eateries. Tantalise the senses at inner city pubs, laneway restaurants, hatted dining rooms and homely country hotels. And wash it all down with a pint from a rustic craft brewery.

Experience Melbourne’s mix of cultures in its myriad restaurants, cafes, bistros and bars. Whether you’re after modern, traditional, exotic or homespun flavours – Melbourne’s eclectic dining scene offers a startling array of the world’s great cuisines, from popular favourites to the truly groundbreaking.

Explore Melbourne’s culinary precincts. Go for Italian in Lygon Street, Carlton, Vietnamese in Victoria Street, Richmond, and Lebanese in Sydney Road, Brunswick. Find the best-dumplings in CBD’s Chinatown, and be spoilt for choice in Footscray’s Vietnamese and African restaurants.

Click here to view some popular dining options in Melbourne


Melbourne, Australia’s unrivalled capital of sport, culture, entertainment and style, is one of the world’s premier meeting and convention destinations.

Discover the distinctive flavours, sights and passions of Melbourne’s favourite neighbourhoods.

Spend time in the city centre and you’ll discover pockets of busy, chilled, bohemian, architectural and accidentally cool spaces to explore.

Find art galleries, bars and restaurants – upstairs and down laneways. Stumble upon indie fashion boutiques, artisan workshops, and street artists at work. Wander waterside paths for raspberry ripple sunsets and climb to a rooftop bar for cocktails with a twinkling night sky view.

Just a tram ride away, Melbourne’s city fringe neighbourhoods express themselves differently.

Take your fixie for a spin in the creative northern suburbs. Welcome to the new worlds of Collingwood, Fitzroy, Brunswick and Northcote. Rock on at pubs with live music in Richmond.

South of the river, hop shop-to-shop in South Yarra, Prahran and Toorak. Head to the market in South Melbourne, or take your beach towel to bayside St Kilda and Port Melbourne. Explore more of Melbourne’s neighbourhood expressions.

Click here to check out some handy itineraries.

Inspiring Experiences

Looking for some activities to do pre and post attending the Conference? Be inspired by Melbourne’s creative subculture expressed in its arts, laneways, exquisite food and wine, rooftop bars, fashion and shopping. Get adventurous and soak up the excitement at one of the city’s major events or head out beyond Melbourne to explore one of our spectacular wineries, breathtaking coastlines and Australian native wildlife up-close in their natural habitat.

We’ve listed some inspiring experiences perfect for any pre or post conference or event touring and for corporate reward and incentive programs:

  • A foodie haven: From sophisticated dining to festive street eats, Melbourne offers a diverse culinary experience. Head down laneways for multicultural options, the best coffee and hidden foodie sensations. Visit rooftop bars to enjoy a cocktail above the city skyline.
  • Encounter Australian wildlife in spectacular locations: The best of Australian native wildlife is on show at three Melbourne zoos and at some of our regional destinations where you can encounter wildlife in their natural habitat including Little Penguins at Phillip Island.
  • Winery adventures: Set out on an adventure to the Yarra Valley or Mornington Peninsula, just over an hour from Melbourne’s city centre. Experience the alfresco dining ambience and stunning views as you sample local wines outdoors or at cellar doors. Enjoy dining experiences matching food with local wines.
  • Spectacular rugged coastlines: Experience the Great Ocean Road, 243 kilometres (150-miles) of scenic coastline at the southern tip of Australia. See the towering 12 Apostles, get up close to native wildlife, watch iconic surf breaks, visit seaside villages, pristine rainforests and misty waterfalls.
  • Tee off at one of the best Australian golf courses: With a number of championship golf courses on our doorstep, Melbourne’s Sandbelt Golf Courses are consistently ranked amongst the top golf courses in Australia. Tee off at one of our many acclaimed courses close to the city or in nearby regional destinations.

Find more things to do in Melbourne here.


We have secured rooms at a selection of rooms at the Conference Venue with flexible terms and conditions exclusively for attendees of the FRSA 2024 National Conference. Book early to secure your room and let our dedicated accommodation team look after you whilst taking advantage of the following:

Specially negotiated rates

  • Flexibility to change or cancel your booking at any time up to 30 working days prior to FRSA 2024 National Conference start date
  • One night’s room rate deposit is all you pay to secure your booking – no full pre-payment needed. Full pre-payment may be made if you prefer.
  • Your deposit is fully refundable up to 30 working days prior to FRSA 2024 National Conference start date
  • Please note that the hotel may not offer the same rates if you contact them directly.

Need help? Please contact the Conference Secretariat via, or phone on 02 6198 3218.

Reap the benefits of booking with the FRSA 2024 National Conference Managers and staying the officially contracted hotel.

Pullman Melbourne On The Park

📍 192 Wellington Parade, East Melbourne VIC

The Conference venue, with 419 newly refurbished rooms it’s perfectly positioned on the threshold of Melbourne’s business, dining, sports and cultural precincts.

Be inspired by Melbourne’s entrepreneurs and creative thinkers only minutes away by tram or train, where culture, business, cuisine and sports hubs combine to make Melbourne a city of innovation. Flanked by the beautiful tree-lined path of the Fitzroy Gardens, experience the countless diverse and vibrant restaurants in Melbourne CBD only minutes from Pullman Melbourne on the Park.

Superior Guest Room - King or Twin

Room Rate: $269 per night excl Breakfast.

This perfect sanctuary offers visitors a plush king bed or two singles. Its contemporary elegance features chaise lounge and bathroom with clear-to-opaque switchable privacy glass and walk-in rain shower. Rooms with accessible and ambulant facilities are also available to book.

Quest East Melbourne

📍48 Wellington Parade, East Melbourne VIC 3002

Enjoy one of Melbourne’s most treasured and oldest pockets. Quest East Melbourne is located opposite the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) and is within walking distance to Federation Square, Melbourne Park, Rod Laver Arena and more. Step out your door and discover Melbourne’s best eateries, bars, pubs and restaurants as well as incredible parkland and its renowned theatre district. All within walking distance. Finally, don’t forget to explore the verdant London-style streets that make East Melbourne such an iconic location.

A 7 minute walk from the Conference venue, Quest East Melbourne offers unique, refurbished apartments with art-deco design and kitchen facilities.

Studio Room

Room Rate: $220 per night.

Studio rooms have 1 x queen size bed, kitchenette and bathroom. Parking is available for $35 per night. Complimentary wi-fi included



The FRSA Conference is a truly national event, expecting to attract over 550+ delegates from organisations in every state and territory.

The Conference has established a reputation for delivering high quality speakers and presentations relevant to a range of individuals and organisations working in the family and relationship sector. Sponsorship will greatly enhance your organisation’s profile within this sector as well as allowing you to be seen supporting the work of family and relationship services.

Conference delegates have unique exposure to key products and information. In the past, the event has attracted sponsorship from funding bodies, suppliers and training and research institutes. The exhibition space at the FRSA Conference is one of the largest in the sector, with three days of exposure to delegates.

Sponsoring this conference will enable you to:

  • Reach up to 500+ senior executives, practitioners, and academics;
  • Support the work of family and relationship services;
  • Connect to leading Australian NGOs/community organisations;
  • Launch or promote new products;
  • Invest in knowledge sharing and practice development;
  • Showcase your services or contribution to this sector; and
  • Expand your networks to create opportunities.

For further information and to discuss how we can assist you to tailor a sponsorship package to ensure your organisation gains maximum benefit from this opportunity, please contact the FRSA Team at, call the FRSA office 02 6162 1811 or complete the form below.

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Family & Relationship Services Australia (FRSA) is aware that there have been scam/phishing emails doing the rounds offering the FRSA Conference attendee list for purchase.

Please be aware these offers are fraudulent. These scammers do not have any relationship with FRSA or our assisting Conference Organisation, Kaigi Conferencing, and no data breach has been detected that would enable the senders of these emails to access the data they are attempting to sell.

FRSA is very careful with individual/personal data we capture as part of our event offerings.  We specifically ask delegates about how we can use their data and seek their permission confirming what information can and can’t be used when building delegate lists.  We do not share, rent or sell our email lists.

If you receive an email or phone call about the conference that appears suspicious, please let use know via email

If you have any questions or issues you would like to discuss, or the conference in general, please do not hesitate to be in touch.

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CONFERENCE SUPPORTERS - Partners, Sponsors and Exhibitors




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