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Keynote lectures x 5
Keynote Lectures x 1 public door sales
Keynote lectures x 5 plus lunch x 5
Keynote Lectures x 1 public door sales inc. lunch
*Includes lunch and morning tea
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Conditions of Cancellation
Notice given between April 1 and April 14:
Notice given after April 14 or non-appearance:
We would be very willing to accept a substitute participant without asking any additional payment.
A wholesome Lunch and morning tea will be provided daily as part of the conference fee unless stated otherwise. See Conference Fees above. Participants will be able to choose from the following preferences:
Mark your meal preference on the registration page.
Getting to Mullumbimby
Mullumbimby is located approximately 10 minutes from the Pacific Highway and 20 minutes from Byron Bay.
The Ballina and Coolangatta airports are both located approximately 45 minutes from Mullumbimby and are serviced by all major airlines. Both airports have rental desks and shuttle services to Mullumbimby. The Brisbane International Airport is the closest international airport, located approximately 2 hours drive from Mullumbimby. Brisbane International has rental car desks and a shuttle service to Byron Bay that takes about 3 hours.
Byron Easy Bus – www.byronbayshuttle.com.au
Xcede Transfers – www.xcede.com.au
Byron Bay Transport – www.byron-bay.com/transportation
Mullumbimby is situated 7 km off the Pacific Highway, 156 km south of Brisbane and 45 km north of Ballina. From the Pacific Highway, take the Mullumbimby exit and follow the road for 3 km. Turn left at the big pelican totem pole (Uncle Toms Corner) and continue along Mullumbimby Road. Drive through the town until you come to Dalley Street (Post Office corner) and turn left. Continue on driving past the Mullumbimby High School and then turn right into Azalea Street. Cross the bridge and turn left into Left Bank Road (at Hospital corner). Continue along Left Bank Road for 3.5 km to Shearwater, The Mullumbimby Steiner School.
Rock n Roll
La Table Restaurant & Café
Accommodation in and around Mullumbimby
|Camping||On-site at school||Shearwater The Mullumbimby|
|(61) (0)2 66 843 223|
|Hotel – Basic||Mullumbimby||The Middle Pub||(61) (0)2 66843 229|
|Motel – Basic||Mullumbimby||Lyrebird Motel||(61) (0)2 66841 725|
|Farmstay – Basic||Neighbour to school||Mooyabil Self Contained units||(61) (0)2 66841 128|
|Motel – Basic||Brunswick Heads||Brunswick Sails Motor Inn||(61) (0)2 66851 353|
|Cabins – Standard||Brunswick Heads||Terrace Reserve HolidayPark||(61) (0)2 66851 233|
|Apartments –Stand.||Brunswick Heads||Broadview Brunswick Heads||(61) (0)414 349054|
|Retreat – Luxury||Koonyum Range||Koonyum Range Retreat||(61) (0)2 6640 350|
|Private – 3 bed house||Mullumbimby||Flying Dog Cottage||(61) (0)2 66884 465|
|Resort – Luxury||Byron Bay||Byron at Byron||(61) 1300 554 362|
|Billeting||Possibilities within the school community||(61) (0)2 66843 223|
The Conference Office
The Conference Office will be situated in the foyer of the Shearwater School Hall.
Registration at the beginning of the conference:
In order to maintain the integrity of the course content, ‘housekeeping’ notifications will be posted in the Conference Office. An questions or enquiries can be made to the Office directly (see opening hours above) or by ‘phone on 0410 712926.
Nestled among the green hills of the Byron Shire hinterland, Shearwater The Mullumbimby Steiner School was established in 1993 and now caters to children and students from Early Childhood to Year 12.
The buildings have been thoughtfully designed to accommodate the flow of left Bank Creek and seasonal water-flows of its flat alluvial valley. The site has been considerably enhanced with an ongoing and extensive plant regeneration program that has seen the reintroduction of native rainforest trees and shrubs.
Shearwater has also extended its place awareness in developing a living learning program that includes place in its delivery of content and teaching practice. This comes to fruition in the High School each year with the School’s signature Wearable Arts event that acknowledges and draws from the creative talent of its students, staff and local community.