A ticket to the Icebreaker cocktail function, the Poster evening and the Conference dinner are included in registrations. Registrations received after the conference dinner venue capacity has been reached will only include a ticket to the Icebreaker cocktail function and Poster evening. Any tickets purchased for accompanying guests include access to the Icebreaker cocktail function and Conference dinner only.
The Bio-logging 4 Icebreaker function will be held on the first evening of the conference Monday 14 March at the historic Hobart Town Hall from 6 – 8pm. This is a cocktail function with canapés and beverages served throughout the duration of the function. The Icebreaker function is an important opportunity for delegates to mix in a relaxed atmosphere with co-delegates, sponsors and exhibitors.
The Bio-logging 4 poster cocktail function will be held in the Tasman Room at the Wrest Point Hotel and Convention Centre on Tuesday 15 March from 6 – 8pm. This is a cocktail function with canapés and beverages served throughout the duration of the function. This function is the only specific time allocated for Posters, with authors available for discussion so is an important component of the conference, highly regarded by delegates.
The Bio-logging 4 dinner is the premier social event of the conference and will be held on the final night of the conference, Thursday 17 March at Moorilla Estate, an internationally renowned winery, boutique brewery and the site of MONA, the Museum of Old and New Art. Moorilla Estate is Hobart’s closest winery situated on the Derwent River just north of Hobart. After travelling directly from Wrest Point to Moorilla Estate via luxury catamaran delegates will enjoy a sit-down three-course dinner with entertainment including the announcement of the hosts for the next Bio-logging Symposium.
Photo credits: Moorilla