2012 Registration and venue

Registration

  • Registration is now closed
  • Click here for the AIEMCA 2012 PDF registration form (The form may be mailed, faxed, or emailed (insecure)).
  • Registrations for delegates who will be having morning tea, lunch, and afternoon tea close on November 22nd at 11:59pm to allow for time to advise the venue on numbers and meal preferences.

General fees

Fees include morning tea, lunch, and afternoon tea on both days

  • Waged: $150 (Full-time faculty members or those with a full time wage)
  • Unwaged: $60  (Students, part-time faculty members, or those on a part-time wage)

Waived fees

  • The cap on all fee waivers has now been reached.

Venue

The conference will be held on November 29 – 30 in at The Ship Inn, in the heart of Brisbane at Southbank.

What was once a rowdy sailor’s drinking den has been transformed into a civilised Gastro Pub complete with a separate and impressive function and convention facility catering for up to 200 guests.

This iconic South Bank Hotel, constructed in 1864, has developed a reputation as a lamblover’s paradise and boasts a classic pub style menu sitting beside our more accomplished dishes.

The Ship Inn is proud to have a strong commitment to sustainability.

Food

La Via

  • The Ship Inn will provide a Full Morning tea, Buffet Lunch, and Afternoon tea will on both days of the conference.
  • When registering, please notify the conference chair (aiemca2012@gmail.com) of any food allergies and/or preferences: Menu (PDF).
  • The Conference Dinner on the 29th will be held at La Via, which can accomodate vegan and gluten free food preferences.

Accommodation

Interstate and international delegates should search for accommodation around the South Brisbane or Brisbane CBD area. For advice, please contact the conference chair (aiemca2012@gmail.com).

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