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The 2022 Financial Counselling Conference is going to be an
in-person event. (We’re all a bit Zoomed-out). We can’t wait to see you all in person in Cairns.  It’s going to be epic. 

Registrations are now closed - standby for 2023!

  

If you'd like to join our mailing list, please let us know here, or contact the conference team.

We’re taking every measure to make this a covid-safe event:

  • All delegates must have up-to-date vaccination certificates 

  • We’ll ask all delegates to take RAT tests before coming to the conference. We’ll provide RAT tests to delegates and expect people to take them before attending each day

  • We will give full refunds to any last-minute cancellations due to illness

PRE-CONFERENCE DATES  

Across the Pullman International Hotel, Hilton Hotel and Crystallbrook Riley

Monday 16th of May  

Financial capability workers workshop 

First Nations EDR yarning circle 

Gambling forum  

 

Tuesday 17 May

 

First Nations Forum 

EDR forum  

Industry Forum 

Agency Managers Meeting 

CONFERENCE DATES 

 

Wednesday 18 May 

Pullman International Hotel, Cairns

Financial Counselling Australia Conference, Day one 

 

 Wednesday 18 May  

Hemmingway's Brewery

Jan Pentland ‘come together’ Conference Dinner.  

 

Thursday 19 May 

Pullman International Hotel, Cairns

Financial Counselling Australia Conference, Day two

 

Thursday 19 May

Signature Lounge, Hilton Hotel, Cairns

First Nations Dinner (by invitation only) 

TROPICAL NORTH QUEENSLAND TOURISM 

 

If you’re coming to Cairns, you really should make the most of it and stay on for the weekend, right?  

 

There’s so much to see and do. Before you book your return airfare, have a look at this fantastic overview of what’s on offer in Cairns and on the Great Barrier Reef.  

We acknowledge and pay our respects to the Traditional Custodians of this region, the Djabugay; Yirrganydji; Buluwai, Gimuy Walubara Yidinji; Mandingalbay Yidinji; Gunggandji; Dulabed and Malanbara Yidinji; Bundabarra and Wadjanbarra Yidinji; Wanyurr Majay; Mamu and NgadjonJii peoples. We extend this respect to all elders past, present and future, and other First Peoples within our region.