Conference

Image of the Esperance (Western Australia) bushfire of November 2015 (image courtesy of Grant Wilson). 

The 10th Australasian Natural Hazards Management Conference (ANHMC 10) will be hosted by the State Emergency Management Committee (SEMC) in Perth, Western Australia. ANHMC 10 will provide a forum for hazard specialists to hear the latest thinking from around Australasia. The two-day main session is complimented by optional workshops (see schedule below).

 

Conference Program

The conference program will be available on the 14th of July. Please see Key Dates for further information.

 

Registration

The conference registration fee is $450 per participant.

The volunteer (emergency services) registration fee is $225. This applies to volunteers in the emergency services sector only, if you have any questions or require more information regarding this please contact us at admin@anhmc.org (Proof of your volunteer status may be required)

The full time student registration fee is $225. (Proof of full time enrollment in a tertiary institution may be required)

Registration fees are inclusive of GST.

Morning and afternoon teas, lunches, social events, the conference and Conference Proceedings volume are included as part of the registration fee.

Note: The registration fee does not include the field-trip or optional workshops.

Registration can be completed on the home page by credit card or invoice.

 

The conference is limited to 250 people, so to guarantee participation, please register as soon
as possible.

 

Venue

The main conference will be held at the University Club of Western Australia, located on the Crawley campus of the University of Western Australia. The workshop venue is Dumas House (2 Havelock Street, West Perth).

 

Public Transport

If you are taking public transport to the conference, the following bus routes go from the Perth CBD to UWA: 23, 24, 102, 103, 107, 950. Please check with Transperth for current information: www.transperth.wa.gov.au; 13 62 13.

 

Parking

Full-day parking is available on a pay-and-display basis along Hackett Drive and in all of the car parks marked with a green car symbol on the map.
As the pay-and-display machines may only accept coins, it is advisable to bring change with you.
On busy mornings, full-day parking will be available in car park 3 (immediately adjacent to the University Club of Western Australia) at a cost of $15 per bay. You can purchase a blue parking permit from the parking attendant on duty, which must be displayed on your dashboard.
Please be sure to park in the designated bays and not in the red parking permit (restricted) section. Without a blue parking permit, there is a three hour limit in this car park.

 

Refunds/Cancellation

In the event of cancellation before 31 August 2017, the full registration fee will be reimbursed.
Cancellation between the 1st of September and 27th of October will incur an administration charge of $50.00 + GST per registration. The final day for cancellation is the 27th of October 2017, after this date no refund will be possible.

Your registration can be reassigned to another person.

 

UWA street map (PDF)

Sponsorship and Trade Displays

We are offering a range of opportunities for businesses and organisations involved in all aspects of
natural hazards to participate in the conference.
If your company or organisation would like to be a sponsor or have a trade display, please contact us using the form below.

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