At our events this year, we will enlighten and entertain you with a line up of thought provoking speakers addressing dangerous ideas facing our community.
Thursday 24 May, Tuesday 29 May and Wednesday 30 May.
The event on Thursday 24 May is being held in the North and open to all ages.
The event on Tuesday 29 May is being held in the East and is targeting those approximately under the age of 55 years old. There will be three separate dinners on this night and then all guests will listen to the Ted style talks together. The event starting at 6.45pm is for the young professionals (approximately up to the age of 34). The event starting at 7.15pm is for those 35 years old and above. The event at 7pm has a range of minimum donations starting from $1,000.
The event on Wednesday 30 May is being held in the East and is open to all members of the community.
An early dinner will be served soon after arrival. Guests coming on Tuesday night will dine in three separate areas and therefore have three separate start times. Therafter, all guests will proceed to the main area to listen to the speakers.
You will receive information on where to park in a follow up email once you book into the event.
Each event will be approximately 2.5hours.
Yes, you can bring your kids (aged 16-24) along to the event on Thursday 24 May 7pm, Tuesday 29 May 7:15pm or Wednesday 30 May 6:30pm. A discounted ticket price for students apply.
Yes, at each event you will be served dinner.
All events will be moderated by Futurist and Social Impact Strategist Phill Nosworthy. The speakers at the event on the Thursday 24 May are Tamar Krebs, Alex Ryvchin and Allanah Zitserman. The speakers at the events on Tuesday 29 May and Wednesday 30 May are Mark Baker, Tamar Krebs, Max Stossel and Allanah Zitserman
Yes, both venues are wheelchair accessible