You may have heard on the event and conference grapevine that Conference Photography Australia are now servicing the Darwin region.
With several major events booked in the diary already, we’re looking forward to spending a little more time up in the heat and getting more acquainted with this beautiful part of the world.
So, if you’re planning an event or conference in the Darwin region then please do feel free to get in touch to discuss your options and to receive a tailored (and great value!) quote.
If you’ve been to the newly opened Darwin Convention Centre, you’ll already know what a great space it is, with it’s state of the art facilities. It really is world class but still keeping the intimate and friendly feel that you always receive in Darwin.
ESSA (Exercise & Sports Science Australia) held their annual conference in Melbourne this year at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre with a host of prominent speakers from the world of science and fitness. All sessions were very well attended, but the one session that completely packed out the main auditorium was with speaker Louise Sauvage OAM.
She gave a very frank and funny talk, with plenty of background starting when she was just a kid. It sounds like she had fierce determination from an early age and LOVED winning! By her own admission she is VERY competitive!
With over 30 speakers spread over 3 days, this really was a comprehensive conference and even us photographers learnt a thing or two. One of which is that I need to go to the gym more! The Research to Practice 2020 conference is scheduled to be hosted in Perth April 2-4, 2020. We hope to see you there!
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It was a pleasure to photograph the inaugural Diversity & Inclusion Summit hosted by the Australian Logistics Council at the Pullman on the Park hotel in Melbourne recently.
Coinciding with White Ribbon Day, for the Elimination of Violence Against Women the summit covered a broad range of topics with the recurring theme throughout the day being the under representation of women in the logistics industry. Much ground was covered and the ALC are undertaking an action plan to tackle and raise awareness of various issues.
As well as plenty of high profile guest speakers including Kathryn Fagg, Reserve Bank of Australia board member, Brian Kruger of Toll, Gavin Fox-Smith of Johnson & Johnson and Heather Jones & Lyndal Denny of Pilbara Heavy Haulage Girls, delegates were also able to break into smaller groups for more informal discussion and workshop type sessions.
We look forward to seeing you all next year!
It was our pleasure once again, to photograph the annual ALC Forum at Randwick Racecourse in Sydney.
With a whos-who list of the logistics world in attendance, either as a delegate or speaking, this is one event that the logistics world doesn’t miss! CEOs, Federal MPs, international speakers – it had it all.
Great presentations coupled with a superb conference venue with excellent views and fine dining makes this a really enjoyable few days for both the conference delegates and the conference photographer!
We look forward to being back at Randwick for another conference again soon!
Billed as the largest public sector ICT expo, the Technology in Government conference and expo at the National Convention Centre in Canberra didn’t disappoint!
There was a large turnout of delegates for the conference speakers and the exhibition space was bustling in between each and every session.
We look forward to seeing you all again next year!
We were delighted to be the official photographers at the annual ALC Forum held last week in Melbourne. Known for selecting impressive and iconic sporting venues wherever they are hosting an event, the world class MCG.
With the Cricket World Cup currently in play across cricket grounds in Australia and New Zealand, in between sessions delegates were able to watch the meticulous care that goes into preparing the best cricket field in Melbourne.
With a packed program of guest speakers, delegates were treated to a bevvy of high profile faces from the logistics industry and Australian federal politics including the ACCC’s Rod Sims, Jamie Briggs MP, and Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss MP.
The MCG once again proved itself as one of the best conference venues in Melbourne with it’s exceptional catering, great AV facilities, global reputation and naturally lit function rooms which are a joy to photograph in.