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ANPSA Biennial Conference and Seminar

   2022 Biennial Conference

2022 Biennial Conference

Please note: The 2021 Biennial Conference has been postponed until September 2022.

The next Conference will be held in Kiama, New South Wales from Sunday 11 to Friday 16 September 2022, with the theme 'Australian Flora - Past Present Future'. The Conference will be hosted by members of the Australian Plants Society (NSW).

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Details of previous conferences and tours can be viewed for past conferences to allow those who are considering attending in 2022 to see the range and scope of activities that can be expected (see links below),

Every two years ANPSA holds a Conference and Seminar hosted by one of its Member Societies, on a rotating basis. The conference schedule is as follows:

  • 2022: New South Wales.
  • 2024: Victoria.
  • 2026; South Australia.
  • 2028: Queensland.
  • 2030: Canberra
  • 2032: Tasmania
  • 2034: Western Australia.

Associated with each Conference is a week-long seminar including field trips to gardens and natural areas. The Seminar program usually comprises a series of lectures by expert speakers interspersed with the field trips. Two special features are part of each Seminar program:

  • The AJ Swaby Address by an eminent authority in the field of horticulture or science of Australian native plants.
  • The presentation of ANPSA Australian Plants Awards. These awards are issued in Professional and Amateur categories and recognise outstanding achievements in the field of Australian native plants.

Other features of the Conference/Seminar program are the Pre- and Post-Conference Tours. These guided tours allow participants to experience the diversity of the flora of the host State and are usually of 5 days duration.

Previous Conferences

Information on past Conferences is provided to allow those who are considering attending the next Conference to see the range and scope of activities that can be expected.

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