The ICOMOS General Assembly 2023 in Sydney, Australia is now open for registration. GA23 will take place from 31st August, 2023 – 9th September 2023. Registration and abstract submission deadlines are as follows:
Super Early Bird registrations closes 10 September – at a discount of 50% to AUD$750. Registration | ICOMOS 21st General Assembly and Scientific Symposium (icomosga2023.org)
Early bird registration after August 31st will be AUD$1,500.
Scientific Symposium call for abstracts closes 23rd September. Call for Abstracts | ICOMOS 21st General Assembly and Scientific Symposium (icomosga2023.org)
Youth Forum for Emerging Professionals registrations open 1 October and close 30th October Youth Forum Program | ICOMOS 21st General Assembly and Scientific Symposium (icomosga2023.org)
The Social program is now live – register now to ensure you can be part of them. Currently there are about 25 side events in Sydney including:
- Limited numbers the Sydney Opera House behind-the-scenes with the architect who guided the recent changes to this world Heritage site. $60 (AUD)Greater Blue Mountain Day trips on Wednesday 6th or Thursday 7th September 2023.
- Explorer Hawkesbury’s Heritage Friday 1 September 2023 $165 (AUD) which includes catering.
- Fertile Ground North Parramatta convicts site undergoing urban intensification Friday 1 September 2023 – $265 AUS, includes catering
- Walking tour of The Rocks (an early colonial settlement locality) Sunday 3rd September
Qantas Special Air Fares for those attending GA23 BUT these can only be booked a maximum of 12 months before a departure date. If you wish to visit another destination in Australia, it may be more economical for this to be part of your international ticket.
- NSW: Blue Mountains, Jenolan Caves & Hill end (gold mining) Historic Site – 2 days
- NSW : Kinchela Aboriginal Boys Home and Macleay Valley north coast – 3 days
- NSW: Broken Hill – 5 days
- NSW: Willandra Lakes World Heritageand Mutawintji-Barkindji country – 5 days
- ACT: Canberra – Canberra Modern (including Rachel Jackson) takes you on a tour of Australia’s National Capital, a 20th C designed city in the landscape – 3 days
- Central Australia: Kata Tjata and Uluru [Ayers Rock] including an Aboriginal cultural tour – 4 days
- Norfolk Island: convict heritage – 5 days
- Queensland: Cairns, Great Barrier Reef and Rainforest – 5 days
- Tasmania: World Heritage sites – 4 days
- Victoria: Royal Exhibition Building in Melbourne, Budj Bim Cultural Landscape, cultural routes of The Great Ocean Road – 5 days
Any queries with bookings and changing details – directly contact the GA23 Conference Organizer –firstname.lastname@example.org