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Help Desk

Conference Information Desk

The Registration and Information Desk is located in the Grand Ballroom Foyer - to the left of the main hotel reception desk.

The Information Desk will be open at the following times:
Monday 16 September 1.00pm-6.30pm
Tuesday 17 September 7.45am-6.00pm
Wednesday 18 September 8.00am-1.00pm
Thursday 19 September 8.00am-5.00pm

Urgent Messages and Emergency Number

Urgent messages for delegates can be left at 0412 049760 during the registration desk opening times. For your convenience, a message board will be located in the foyer next to the registration desk. All private messages, general housekeeping, other announcements and changes to the program will be placed here. Urgent messages will also be alerted via the conference app as an announcement. 

Special diets

If you noted a special diet on your registration form these meals will be provided on a separate table in the foyer - the food will be labeled with the name of the recipient.

Conference app

If you forget your credentials to log in; password and or to login please come to the registration desk for assistance.

What to wear

Casual clothes are suitable for all conference sessions and the welcome function. 

Name Badges

ehpa logoEach delegate will receive a name badge which can be collected from the registration desk. Your name badge should be worn at all times. It indicates your registration profile and is your official pass to the conference and catering sessions.


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Airport Shuttle Service 

There are several companies offering shuttle services to/from the Perth CBD hotels to/from the airport


To book a taxi call Black and White cabs 13 32 22

Perth Weather

September general temperatures:
Max: 20C Min: 11C
Perth generally experiences 10 days of rain in September.


The conference venue is a non-smoking venue, should you wish to smoke please do so in the designated smoking areas.


The conference committee reserves the right to make alterations to the program as circumstances may require.

Conference Artwork

The painting titled “Fishnets at Waterholes” appears courtesy of the artist, Yondee Shane Hansen. In this painting Yondee Shane Hansen has used repetitive motifs typical of many Aboriginal depictions of Country originating from the sand drawings that were part of ceremonial life. Like these drawings, this work is painted from an aerial perspective. The spirals represent the waterholes and the cross-hatching the fishnets. Life around waterways was a critical part of Nyoongar life, where people managed and developed the resources of the land and the water. The artist often paints aspects of traditional land and water use by his people.