The countdown is on...less than 100 days to go! 

The NSW Landcare and Local Land Services conference is rolling around fast!

In less than three months, hundreds of people from all around NSW as well as some interstate travellers will converge on Broken Hill for what promises to be three amazing days in the far west! 

Some of the highlights include:
  • Keynote address from Charlie Arnott, winner of the 2018 Bob Hawke Landcare Award
  • Performance from Sara Storer, ARIA award and 21 time Golden Guitar award winning artist, at the iconic Silverton Pub
  • Four amazing field trips to choose from, get your boots on the ground in the far west
  • Landcare NSW Awards Gala Dinner 
  • Landcare NSW Muster
  • Conference presentations and Q&A panel session
  • A night featuring Drag Queen Entertainment at the wrap-up dinner at The Palace Hotel. 
With this amazing program, coupled with the knowledge you'll be in for one hell of an experience out west, be sure to register today if you haven't already! 

Click here to visit the conference website to register 

The theme of the conference is Healthy Landcare and Healthy Landscapes.

Sara Storer to rock the Silverton Pub

Pack your party outfit and dancing shoes with Sara Storer to perform at the conference's Welcome Adventure Function on Tuesday, 22 October. 

The Silverton Pub will be rocking well into the night as Sara, with support from her singer-songwriter brother Greg, plays all her hits along with a number of songs from her eighth studio album Raindance while you enjoy dinner, drinks and have a great time. 
'Raindance' will be belted out by Sara Storer at the Welcome Adventure Function in what is sure to be a great night of dinner, drinks and dancing! 
Charlie Arnott to give the keynote address

Turning to the conference the next day and NSW biodynamic farmer and grazier Charlie Arnott will give the keynote address in what promises to be a fascinating and insightful presentation. 

Charlie practices regenerative farming, organic, biodynamic and holistic grazing principles on his 5,000 acre mixed farming property, "Hanaminno" at Booroowa, NSW. 
Passionate about growing clean, healthy meat, Charlie’s approach and practice of biodynamic and holistic principles demonstrate every aspect of the Landcare ethic.

Getting your boots on the ground in the far west! 

There are four fantastic field trips for delegates to choose from, each showcasing a different aspect of the landscapes surrounding Broken Hill. 

The four field trips are:
Delegates can choose which field trip they wish to attend when they register but please be aware, spaces are limited on each field trip and once capacity is exhausted that field trip is no longer available. 

Get in early to get the field trip of your choice!

Click here to register now and select your field trip

Delegates will be transported to one of the four unique field trips, all of which have their own appeal and will showcase different aspects of the landscapes. 

Still time to partner with us and promote your business at our conference! 

If you're looking to reach engaged people involved in the Landcare, environment management, agriculture and natural resource management sector then take advantage of one of our many partnership opportunities.

By coming on board as a sponsor you will have the opportunity to:
  • promote your brand and products to a broad range of community and agency delegates
  • network and build relationships with leaders in the Landcare, sustainable agriculture and natural resource management community
  • align your company with the Landcare community's commitment to healthier landscapes, communities and environments
  • increase brand awareness both in NSW and across Australia
  • interact with delegates during all breaks and social functions
  • provide a unique environment dedicated to the exchange of ideas and expertise.
Click here to view the sponsorship prospectus 

It's not too late to partner with us and promote your business at our conference! *Some opportunities are no longer available so if you are interested in a particular opportunity contact us straight away.  

Registration done, what next?

For any further information on the conference head to the conference website by clicking here

If you have already registered to attend and are yet to organise your travel and accommodation, we strongly recommend you do that at your earliest convenience as your options will be limited with so many people in Broken Hill for the conference.

The conference website offers plenty of information on Broken Hill, your travel options, accommodation options, the venue the conference is being held at and links to other useful websites.
Click here to view this web page

You can also contact the conference manager, Bradley Hayden from CountryWide Conferences, 0412 461 392.

The conference committee can't wait for 22-24 October and to welcome everyone to Broken Hill! 
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