Informal networking function Tuesday 16 March 5:30pm - 7:30pm
This is an informal networking opportunity to get together before conference begins.
Being held at Vault 21, First Floor, 21 The Octagon in Dracula's Den! A grazing board will be provided with drinks to be purchased by attendees.
We have over 100 delegates who've indicated they'll attend this.
Conference dinner Thursday 18 March 7:00pm - 11:30pm
To be held at the fascinating Toitū Otago Settlers Museum, 31 Queens Gardens.
You will have the opportunity to wander through the transport museum displays that have a lot of cool transport exhibits. This is always a great evening to kick back and unwind with other delegates.
Come dressed for a day in the country. There is some wonderful entertainment planned along with local and delicious delicacies.
You will be given two drink tickets, attached to your dinner ticket. Thereafter a cash bar will be available.
On the Go Awards will be presented as part of the evening. Read more here
This function is included in full registrations. Additional tickets can be purchased for $172.50 incl. GST
6:45pm Shuttle pick up for those who can't walk from: Scenic Circle and Distinction hotels. Please advise Information desk if you need transport. It must be prebooked.
10:00pm First shuttle departs for Scenic Circle and Distinction hotels
11:30pm Last shuttle departs for Scenic Circle and Distinction hotels
Welcome function Wednesday 17 March 5:30pm - 7:00pm
Being held on site in the Fullwood room at the Dunedin Centre, an easy transition from the conference. A great opportunity to network in a more relaxed environment with your first drink provided with a cash bar afterwards and some tasty platters.
We'll have some fun entertainment.
Don't forget your ticket because this represents your complimentary drink.
This function is included in all registrations. Additional tickets can be purchased for $75.00 incl. GST
"For me, an urban planner, it allowed me to network with lots of specialists outside of my expertise."
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