In addition to our Conference schedule, we are providing our delegates multiple social engagements. These social events are a great opportunity to connect and catch up with some fellow industry folk whom normally you can’t manage to align your rosters to do so. It is also a fantastic way to get your partners involved and allow the “other-halves” to get involved in the industry. AMPI 2019 have two main social events, plus the AGM. The conference will kick start with the Welcome Reception, presented by Smit Lamnalco, on the Monday evening, this will be an opportunity to catch up and also explore the Exhibition space. Conference on Friday morning may be a little challenging after our Gala Dinner on Thursday night. This night will be one not to be missed.
Keep an eye on the links below for all the event details as they come to light.
Presented by Smit Lamnalco
Monday 28 October 2019
Thursday 31 October 2019
|Tuesday 29 October||
Meet the koalas, talk to the giraffes, laugh with the chimps and enjoy the stunning views. Lunch is at own cost and available at various venues at the Zoo. Travel to and from the Zoo will be via Ferry.
|Wednesday 30 October||
Royal Botanic Gardens & Aboriginal Experience
After arriving at the Gardens , we will join the Aboriginal experience Tour where we learn about the Cadigan People, the Traditional owners of the Sydney City area. We explore plant uses, culture, artefacts and taste some bush foods. Lunch, at own cost, is available at several venues such as the Calyx cafe Botanic Garden Cafe or the Pavilion Restaurant. After lunch, you can continue to explore the gardens and visit areas such as the Rainforest Garden, the Oriental Garden, the Australian Native Rockery and more . The Gardens offer beautiful views of the Harbour as an added bonus and you can stay for as long or as little as you like.
|Thursday 31 October||
One of the few 19th Century, Sydney, gothic mansions that retains it original gardens. Now a public museum that incorporates a lovely Tea House , the venue for our High Tea. Our tour of the House will give us insights into the history of the Wentworth family and their colonial home. We will return in plenty of time to prepare for the Gala Dinner at night .
Please note that Vaucluse House is 3 storeys high , so some stair climbing is required.