Five reasons why the early birds are smiling

  1. A chance to win . . . register before 15 March 2018  and go into the draw to win 2 nights accommodation at the Grand Chancellor Hotel (including buffet breakfast for 2 people), to be used anytime (within 6 months). Great excuse to come a few days early and explore Hobart. We’ll do the draw on Monday 19th March.
  2. Get first choice of the concurrent sessions. We run 8 after lunch workshops each day after lunch. Many get booked out so book early.
  3. You will lock in the best and cheapest airfares. There are some direct flights from Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and a few other destinations. Airlines prices get more expensive the longer you leave them.
  4. You’ll have your choice of accommodation. This year, we have a ‘conference precinct’ and a choice off our hotels/apartments at different prices points. We have 180 rooms at the Grand Chancellor, 100 rooms at the Old Woolstore Apartment Hotel, and blocks at the RACV, New Ibis and Travelodge. So if you have a preference, lock it in now. Book via our conference Hotel page which links to our booking agency Ozaccom (note you won’t get a cheaper price going directly, and they’ll probably tell you they’re full up as we’ve locked in room blocks for delegates). We’re told that Hobart fills up, so don’t wait.
  5. You’ll make us, the conference organisers very happy. We run everything ourselves in-house, so it is a big relief when we have reached break-even point and can sleep soundly at night. Think of our grateful smiles, and register now.

Booking your flight home?

Conference finishes at 4.30 pm Wed 16thMay.

Join FCA for 'Wind Down Drinks' before your flight, or dinner if staying extra nights in lovely Hobart. Have a look at our ‘Staying longer’ page for ideas. Hobart is a pretty special place, with an amazing array of things to see and do.

Sponsor and exhibitors, our prospectus is out, please contact us if you haven’t received it.


FCA acknowledges Tourism Tasmania & Kathryn Leahy, Port Arthur Historic Site Liza-Jane Sowden Poon Wai Nang and Samuel Shelley for photographic images used on this site.