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ANPSA Conference – Canberra Nov 15-21st  Canberra, ACT

  • ANPSA Biennial Conference
    Sunday 15 to Friday 20

Every two years ANPSA hosts a Conference and Seminar program featuring lectures, workshops and field trips highlighting the diversity of Australia’s native flora. Each Conference is organised by one of ANPSA’s seven regional branches, on a rotating basis.

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In 2015, the Conference will be held in Australia’s National Capital, Canberra.

Theme: Bush Capital / Garden City

Dates: Sunday 15 November through Friday 20 November 2015

Venue: Australian Institute of Sport, Canberra

We encourage you to plan to attend ANPSA 2015 Conference / Seminar and enjoy the hospitality of members of the Australian Native Plants Society (Canberra).

Full details of the Program, accommodation options and Pre- and Post-Conference Tours can be found on the Conference website or in the April 2015 Conference newsletter which is available for download (PDF).

Registration for the Conference is now open.

Registration for the Conference can be either though the on-line Registration form which is available through the Conference website or by means of a paper based form which can be downloaded from the Conference website. The Registration Form covers daily lectures and excursions, meals, accommodation and Pre- and Post-Conference Tours. You can also choose to purchase special Conference clothing items if desired (polo tops and polar fleece jackets).

Registration and payment can be made either by mail or online.

This Month’s outing is Sunday Sept 13th – Awabakal Wildflower Walk 10am – end of Ocean St, Dudley


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