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NSW Branch Weekend Seminar
Jenolan Caves, 4655 Jenolan Caves Rd, Jenolan NSW 2790 19/05/2017 to 20/05/2017
 

Date: Friday 19th May - Saturday 20th May 2017

Venue: Jenolan Caves, 4655 Jenolan Caves Rd, Jenolan NSW 2790

Social Programme:

Friday 19th May 2017 - Family Dinner (Delegates, partners and children)
Chisolms Restaurant
Event Commences: 6.30pm
Event Concludes: 10.30pm
Food served from 6.30pm ‘til 8.30pm. Enjoy a delicious BBQ Buffet Dinner. Drinks will be at individual charge

Saturday 20th May 2017 - 
Activities in the Morning (Partners and Children) 
Programme to be advised confirmed
Partners are welcome to attend the “Bringing it Home” Presentation
If you would like to attend this portion of the seminar please email nsw-admin@quarry.com.au
Supervision for younger children will be provided to enable parents to both attend.

Activities in the Afternoon - (All)
3.00pm Tour of Lucas Cave - 1.5hr Private Tour for our Attendees & Guests


Evening - Gala Dinner & Drinks. Lily’s Room.
Event Commences: 6.30pm
Event Concludes: 11.00pm
Dress code: Smart Casual

Sunday 21st May 2017 
There is plenty to explore in and around the area, why not take a look 
http://www.jenolancaves.org.au/things-to-do-near-jenolan/

Technical Programme:

Saturday 20th May 2017 

8.30 - 8.45    Registration open in the Kanangra-Boyd Gallery room

8.45 – 10.00    First Session
Jim Hankins, NSW Branch Chair
Welcome and Introduction
Diarmuid Hurley, University of Wollongong
Adolescent and Child Mental Health – Helping our children to grow into healthy, resilient adults

10.00 - 10.30    Morning Tea and Networking

10.30 - 10.40    NSW Annual General Meeting followed by

10.40 - 12.30    Introduction of Innovation Presenters
Innovation presentations – NSW Innovation of the Year
Six short presentations of recent innovations in the industry will be reviewed and judged.
Winner announced

12.30 - 1.00        Limestone – Formation and Uses
Rob Corkery and Mitchell Bland
Wrap up

1.00 – 2.00   Lunch

3.00pm    Private tour of the Lucas Caves

Parking: 3 large car parking area available – Free

Registration closes on Tuesday 9th May 2017

Accommodation booking form

Sponsorship:

Please contact Nikki Huthnance at nsw-admin@quarry.com.au

Member and their PartnersNon-Members and their PartnersChild (under 12)Partners and ChildrenGoldSilverSub Total
Friday Dinner$65.00 x
(pp)
$75.00 x
(pp)
$0.00 x
(pp)
$0.00
Saturday Seminarincludes Lunch and Cave Tour
$100.00 x
(pp)
includes Lunch and Cave Tour
$110.00 x
(pp)
$0.00
Lunch and Private Cave Tournon seminar attendees
$70.00 x
(pp)
$0.00
Private Tour of Caves (Only)non seminar attendees
$40.00 x
(pp)
$0.00
Saturday Dinner$100.00 x
(pp)
$110.00 x
(pp)
$0.00 x
(pp)
$0.00
Sponsorship$1,100.00 x $550.00 x $0.00
Sub Total$0.00

Guest Name/s (please indicate Adults and Children) *

Any special dietary requirements (guest name and requirement)

Partners: are you interested in attending the Bringing it home portion of the seminar only? There will be no charge. Please indicate name.

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*Please note: All prices are Australian Dollars (AUD$) and are GST inclusive.

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