APS 2016’s exciting social program provides an excellent opportunity to connect with colleagues and suppliers and most importantly, have fun.
- Welcome Reception – Sunday 13 March, 6.00pm
Join us for drinks and canapés, a first look at the exhibition hall and a chance to catch up with colleagues and delegates you haven’t seen since APS 2015!
- Pain in Childhood SIG Dinner – Sunday 13 March, 7.30pm
Enjoy a 2-course meal (including limited drinks) with friends and colleagues interested in pain in childhood.
- *NEW!* Social Networking Evening – Monday 14 March, 5.15pm
Option 1: Wander through Cottesloe Beach’s Sculpture by the Sea exhibition and enjoy a stunning sunset overlooking the Indian Ocean. Continue on for dinner at the Cottesloe Beach Hotel with newfound friends (own expense).
Option 2: Enjoy an hour tour and tasting at the iconic Little Creatures Brewery. Afterwards, enjoy a delicious shared grazing menu, plus a few drinks (of course!), in the Great Hall.
- Gala Dinner – Tuesday 15 March, 7.00pm
Founded in 1896 the Royal Freshwater Bay Yacht Club enjoys a picturesque location on the banks of the Swan River. Relax and soak up the view whilst enjoying a 3-course meal, plus plenty of time for dancing and catching up with friends and colleagues.
Coming to Perth for APS 2016 but hoping to see more of WA than just the inside of a Convention Centre? Consider a pre or post-conference tour!
Billions of years in the making, WA is one of the most ancient lands on the planet. That’s a lot of history to explore – from 3.5 billion-year-old living fossils, to more than 40,000 years of Aboriginal history and four centuries of European influence.
- ADAMS Pinnacle Tours
15% discount off all brochure tours for APS 2016 conference delegates. Take a day trip to Rottnest Island, spend a few days down in the Margaret River region, or visit the incredible Wave Rock.
Why not enjoy 3 nights at Cable Beach Club Resort & Spa in Broome post-conference? From only $389 per person enjoy everything this amazing beachside resort has to offer.
For further information on any of these activities or to register now, please visit the conference website: www.dcconferences.com.au/aps2016