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14TH national Closing The Gap 

first nations Health Conference 

September 20-22, 2023



ICS is committed to delivering you a conference experience of the highest quality and holds the health & safety of all attendees in the utmost regard.


We will be progressing with our conference in a face to face manner as planned. Throughout the event, we will be strictly adhering to all measures of social distancing regulations, and health & safety precautions to create a safe environment to connect, learn and network under the industry-approved COVID-19 Safe Plan. 


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 In Australia, the protocol is to recognise the Traditional Owners of the land to which we are gathering. Therefore, all presentations must begin with an acknowledgement to country and to local Traditional Elders: “We wish to acknowledge and respect the traditional custodians whose ancestral lands we are to meet upon. We acknowledge the deep feelings of attachment and relationship of Aboriginal peoples to Country. We also pay respects to the cultural authority of Aboriginal peoples visiting/attending from other areas of Australia who are present here”.


Indigenous Conference Services acknowledges and pay our respect to the Traditional people of the Country. "Welcome to Country" ceremony and "acknowledging the traditional custodians" of the land shows respect for Aboriginal people as Australia's First Peoples. Ceremonies and protocols are a fundamental part of Aboriginal culture.




The 2023 National Closing the Gap Indigenous Health Conference is scheduled to be held at Hilton Hotel in Cairns, Queensland. It is the only conference that has been continuously running since the establishment of the Closing the Gap concept and is the largest gathering of delegates from all sectors outside of Indigenous national associations. The conference is held biannually and over the past ten years has attracted thousands of attendees bringing together representatives from all states and territories governments, First Nations medical services and mainstream health sectors, community-controlled organisations, First Nations communities, allied health professionals and non-government organisations, researchers and interested individuals. The conference is hosted by Indigenous Conference Services (Australia) with a great line up of First Nations speakers from all throughout Australia.


The event is based upon the principal belief that Indigenous health must be approached from a holistic view, which encompasses body, mind and spirit; thus, leading to the fundamental rights of self-determination.


The conference recognises that treating our health must be done by treating the whole person, through mind, body, soul and culture. No matter what your culture is. If you are a First Nations person, statistics show that health, education and the justice system is monstrously weighted against First Nations People. The 2021/2022 Closing the Gap Report further highlights how wide the gap still is. In today’s society, Indigenous people have a varied lifestyle, ranging from inner-city living to isolated communities. Therefore, there is no set approach to dealing with health issues, as you have to look at the environment that you live in and, more importantly, the agencies that are available to assist. The conference is designed to bring together both government and non-government agencies who are working in the Indigenous health sector, therefore focusing on Closing the Gap and strengthening the life expectancy of First Nations people to equal that of non-Indigenous people. In Australia, the most successful initiatives in First Nations Health are the Aboriginal Medical Services (AMS) and now the partnerships between government and communities. The first Aboriginal community-controlled health service was established in New South Wales and has been operational for the past forty (40) years.  Today, there are over 120 AMS and countless numbers of Primary Health Care Posts in First Nations communities in Australia. 

The Closing the Gap on Indigenous Health Conference is a platform uniting First Nations communities, policymakers and healthcare providers to drive health equality and establish an environment in which Australia’s Indigenous population can thrive.   Ten years have passed and over $100 billion has been spent since the federal government released its initial Closing the Gap report in 2006, committed to specific targets for reducing inequalities across Australia’s indigenous populations. To date, only two of the original seven targets to improve Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander livelihood have been met and neither of these reflects key health indicators. Today the reality is that the gap in life expectancy between Indigenous and non-Indigenous populations has increased and reverse progress has been made towards improving health and life expectation equality for Australia's Indigenous peoples. 

The 2023 National Closing the Gap Indigenous Health Conference will also provide a forum for showcasing innovative approaches to Indigenous healthcare. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about new technologies, programs, and initiatives that are being developed to address the health needs of Indigenous communities. This will include discussions on the use of telehealth, culturally appropriate care, and community-led initiatives. The conference will also provide an opportunity for networking, allowing attendees to connect with other professionals and stakeholders who are passionate about improving Indigenous health outcomes. Overall, the 2023 National Closing the Gap Indigenous Health Conference promises to be an important event for advancing the health and wellbeing of Indigenous communities across Australia and a conference not to be missed!


The conference themes include:

  • Primary health and the whole of body wellness

  • First Nations women’s health

  • First Nations men’s health

  • Successful community partnerships between First Nations peoples, governments and NGO`s

  • Innovative projects which promote leadership and self-determination

  • Community/ grassroots-based initiatives towards health

  • Culture and its importance to creating better mental health for First Nations people

  • Protecting mob against COVID-19 in remote Aboriginal and Torres Straits Islander communities



The conference is not politically biased. Rather, it should be seen as an opportunity to access information that is not readily available. Today the world has become smaller with the invention of the internet and jet travel.  As such, we are of the belief that there is nothing more empowering and more effective than people having an opportunity to network and collaborate. The conference vision for this event is to embrace the philosophy of First Nations community-controlled and mainstream service providers through promoting an informative forum of research, health education and training of staff for the betterment of Indigenous health.



The Prime Minister tabled the Closing the Gap report 2021/2022 which clearly highlighted that the Closing the Gap campaign is only making small in-roads into the gap between Indigenous people and the wider community in regard to health issues and has still got a long way to go. Some of the points highlighted were;


​To engage in partnerships with mutual respect

  • In 8 years, there have been mixed results

  • We still have an Indigenous life expectancy around 10 years less than mainstream Australians

  • The past decade has seen a 70 per cent increase in Indigenous students undertaking Higher Education

  • Employment targets not met

  • Many Indigenous Health Targets were falling short of the mark


The Federal Government has made a commitment to creating more opportunities for Indigenous Australians to;

  • Celebrate those successes

  • Recognise “Healing Takes Time”

  • Acknowledge, embrace, celebrate the humanity of Indigenous people

  • Bring to the table policies and approaches that nurture optimism rather than entrench despair

  • Do things WITH Indigenous people, not TO Indigenous People

  • Even though Indigenous Australians only make up 3 percent of the population, First Nations People still make up over 20 percent of the prison population and that number is still increasing


The Prime Minister has committed himself and the government to work with Indigenous Australians, not just in delivering programs but listening to First Nations People in developing partnerships with Indigenous Communities. The Prime Minister stated the government must be innovative in creating effective solutions in partnership with First Nations Communities. The Prime Minister has taken the stance and announced that Closing the Gap must be more than another government policy.  For more information on the Closing the Gap Report 2018/2019, click the Closing the Gap image above or the preceding link.


This event guarantees the opportunity to enlarge your network and information base, thus empowering all delegates to make greater informed decisions within their professional and extended communities. Click here to read more

Reason for Attending 

  1. Address actual and current health needs to close the gap on health equality for indigenous communities.  

  2. Empower self-determination of indigenous communities through collaboration and consultation 

  3. Increase indigenous workforce participation in the healthcare sector. 

  4. Incorporate culture, language, and identity into healthcare delivery. 

  5. Deliver successful healthcare programs in culturally accessible ways.  

  6. Ensure indigenous community involvement in critical healthcare decisions. 

  7. Improve health and life expectation equality for Australia's indigenous peoples. 

  8. Enable collaboration amidst community elders, government and healthcare providers.


This forum is ideal for those responsible for designing and delivering primary health care, improving the responsiveness of the health care system to indigenous needs and fostering good housing for good health from:   

  1. Government Departments and Agencies 

  2. Public and Private Healthcare Providers 

  3. Local Health Districts 

  4. Primary Health Networks 

  5. Community-Controlled and Allied Health Services 

  6. Not-for-Profit Organisations 

  7. Aboriginals Corporations and Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations 

  8. Health Councils and Associations


To ensure grassroots community programs are highlighted, no less than 50 per cent of the conference proceedings are and is devoted to community groups. If your paper is selected, you may have more than one presenter to present your paper. However, only two presenters will be entitled to the registration discount. If you are chosen to present at the conference, your paper will form part of the conference proceedings and be distributed at the conclusion of the event with all other presentations. To further ensure the continued success of the conference, an Indigenous working group is being established to advise on correct adherence to cultural equilibrium. If you are interested in submitting a paper please, Click here to read more



The 14th Closing the Gap Indigenous Health Conference aims to:

  • Provide an open and frank forum for discussions

  • Lend support to individuals and groups working in the field of First Nations Health

  • Help grow a network for the sharing of information and resources in the field of First Nations Health

  • Bring together both government and non-government agencies working in First Nations Health

  • Show that poor health is no longer tolerated or acceptable in today’s society

  • To bring together organisations as a united voice in closing the gap

  • Bring together both government and non-government agencies who are working in the field of First Nations health

  • Exchange information regarding the successes of community projects 

  • Reduce incidences of poor health at all levels within the community  

  • Strategies for linking holistic policy with health interventions

  • Explore methods for improving accountability at all levels to ensure sustainable progress

  • Provides an opportunity to network and meet face to face to exchange ideas, valuable information and successful programs in place in their communities.

  • Develop new partnerships



(This agenda may change without prior notice to ensure a smooth flow of the conference proceedings on the day of the event.)

SEPTEMBER 20, 2023 (DAY 1)

8:30am      Registration    
9:00am      Master of Ceremony         Welcome & Safety Announcements Sharon Finnan-White, Director & Co-Founder,

                                                            Finnan-White Consulting & Sport, Culture and Leadership Academy QLD     
9:15am      Welcome to Country         Dr. Uncle Bernie Singleton, Elder & Senior Member Wuunta P/L followed by

                                                            Traditional Performances QLD
9:45am      Keynote Session               Formal Opening Keynote, Hon Shannon Fentiman Minister for Health Queensland

                                                            Department of Health QLD      

10:30am    Morning Tea                   Network with Service Providers/Exhibitors 
11:00am    Keynote Session               Cultural Responsiveness and Cultural Healing in Communities Uncle Ara

                                                            Harathunian, Managing Director Kultchafi QLD
11:45pm    Keynote Session               Exploring Best Practices for Indigenous Youth Suicide Prevention Dr. Amber Logan,

                                                            Health Psychologist Dr Joe Stone, Clinical Psychologists Indigenous Development

                                                            Specialists USA/NZ     

12:30pm    Lunch Break                  Network with Service Providers/Exhibitors 
1:30pm      Concurrent Session A       Reasons for Presentation to Oral Health Centres Among Indigenous Australian Patients:

                                                            A Review of the Literature Dr Neeraj Vyas, Oral Surgery Registrar Nepean Centre for

                                                            Oral Health, University of Sydney NSW

1:30pm      Concurrent Session B       Empowering First Nations Financial Prosperity: Unleashing Indigenous Economic

                                                            Potential, Destiny Dewis Community Development & Projects Officer

                                                            First Nations Foundation VIC
2:15pm      Concurrent Session A       Ear Train, Joanne O'Malley & Jean Tsembis, Manager Strategic Projects TAFE NSW

2:15pm      Concurrent Session B       A new paradigm for trauma recovery, Pamela A Trotman, Director 

                                                            Pamela Trotman Counselling & Consulting Pty Ltd NT

3:00pm    Afternoon Tea               Network with Service Providers/Exhibitors 
3:30pm      Keynote Session               Community recovery from trauma: The Aurukun RESET Phoenix Dr Timothy White,

                                                        Founder, Remote Environments Skills Employment and Training (RESET) QLD

4:15pm      Keynote Session               A Trauma informed workplace: What does it look like and lessons learnt Veera Judin,

                                                        Director & Dr. Tim White, Founder RESET Aurukun QLD

6.30pm      CONFERENCE NETWORKING DINNER CRUISE (Aboard Reef Magic Boarding Time @ 6pm SHARP)


SEPTEMBER 21, 2023 (DAY 2) 
8:30am      Registration                     
9:00am      Keynote Session               Partners in play: Supporting healthcare delivery to Aboriginal children in community

                                                            Jesse Butler, QLD Program Manager Starlight Children's Foundation QLD
9:45am      Keynote Session               Yarning up After Stroke: Community led development of a self-management tool to empower Aboriginal  

                                                            and/or Torres Strait Islanders to determine their stroke recovery

                                                            Dr Heidi Janssen, Research Fellow and Simone Owen, Physiotherapist                                                                                                                                Hunter Stroke Service & Community Stroke Team Hunter New England LHD NSW

10:30am    Morning Tea                   Network with Service Providers/Exhibitors 
11:00am    Concurrent Session A       Enabling better care for people living with dementia through team-based initiation of

                                                            advance care planning and palliative care, Jon San Martin, Clinical Nurse Consultant

                                                            The Advance Project Dementia NSW

11:00am    Concurrent Session B       A South Australian Approach to Aboriginal Comfort Care - Caring for Aboriginal

                                                            People in their Final Stages of Life, Cindy Paardekooper & Kathy Pearce, Aboriginal

                                                            Workforce, Nurse Unit Manager    Department of Health and Wellbeing QEH & Central

                                                            Adelaide Palliative Care Service SA
11:45am    Concurrent Session A       The Meriba Omasker Kaziw Kazipa (Torres Strait Islander Traditional Child Rearing Practice) Act 2020                                                                              Elsie Seriat, Cultural Support Officer, Office of

                                                            Commissioner CZarke Maza Meriba Omsaker Kaziw Kazipa QLD

11:45am    Concurrent Session B       Development of an Indigenous methamphetamine treatment programme 

                                                            Dr. Amber Logan, Health Psychologist & Dr Joe Stone, Clinical Psychologist

                                                            Indigenous Development Specialists NZ/USA              
12:30pm    Lunch Break                  Network with Service Providers/Exhibitors 
1:30pm      Keynote Session               Embedding Culture, Improving Wellbeing Bernard Sabadi, Program Manager DIYDG

                                                            Founder & CEO, Kunjur First Nations Men's Collective QLD

2:15pm      Keynote Session               KidneyCheck: A Culturally appropriate Kidney Screening intervention for remote

                                                            Indigenous communities Catherine Turner, Senior Research Coordinator    

                                                            Can-SOLVE CKD Network CANADA

3:00pm      Afternoon Tea                Network with Service Providers/Exhibitors 
3:30pm      Interactive Workshop       Building community capability through Compassionate Communities Initiatives

                                                            Maria Callaghan, Manager and Acting Lead, Older Persons Health & Palliative Care

                                                            Northern Queensland Primary Health Network QLD

                                                            ENTITLED TO A CERTIFICATE OF PARTICIPATION.  



​This year, we offer new and exciting innovation for our conferences. Day 3 is devoted to a professional development workshop or masterclass. As such, we have introduced several exciting networking and professional development innovations which is an extra cost for your chosen masterclass. However, this is optional so please make sure you complete your registration form with the masterclass included if you intend to attend either the Healing Circle Works or the Gatekeepers Culture & Sensitivity - Become an Interventionist to Suicide.​​



The Healing Circle Work masterclass addresses emotional challenges and barriers faced by people who have had traumatic experiences. Healing Circle Work is not a therapeutic program, but therapeutic outcomes are experienced. As participants, you will learn to live life in the moment recognising and understanding your own spirituality, and gaining the ability to enter the moment to reaffirm yourselves. 

This workshop will teach you to learn to appreciate and be accountable for your highest good, and the highest good of others around you.  Healing Circle Work is provided in group sessions, and is suitable for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous participants over 18 years of age. Reserve your place now and let us unlock this ancient Aboriginal wisdom and knowledge shared with all peoples.

                                         Healing Circle Works is strictly limited to 10-12 people only. Cost is $350 per person. 

OPTION 2 - CONFERENCE MASTERCLASS - The Gatekeeper Cultures and Spirituality - Interventionist to Suicide 

​Worrying about how your team, family and community effectively assist and manage clients experiencing intergenerational trauma? Indigenous peoples around the world endured several generations of trauma and other neurological effects and compromised behavioural immunity which leads to behavioural indicators such as substance abuse and suicide.  Our current generation is impacted by structural violence, poverty, racism, governmental neglect and ongoing hostilities, and unfortunately, our mob have learned our lessons in traumatiSation as well wherein many situations, we have internalized the trauma imposed on ourselves and turned onto our own families, communities, and selves.   


This workshop will teach you:

  1. The strong benefits of recapturing and revitalizing our languages, cultures and spirituality

  2. How to become an interventionist to suicide in your communities

  3. Understand and utilise trauma-informed care to heal ourselves, our clients, and our communities.

  4. Strategies in managing clients and families affected by intergenerational trauma and break the cycle of suicide in our communities.

  5. In Just One Day You Can Learn Strategies on how to become an interventionist to suicide and work effectively with your clients who are experiencing intergenerational trauma and their families.

               The Gatekeeper Cultures and Spirituality - Interventionist to Suicide

Strictly limited to 30 people only. Cost is $350 per person.



Cairns is truly a destination to impress everyone. From the moment you fly in over lush tropical green rainforest and aqua blue reefs of the great, you know you are truly in a special part of the world. The Hilton is set amid tropical greenery on Cairns’ waterfront, the Hilton is a gateway to the Great Barrier Reef and Far North Queensland. The Reef Terminal, where the majority of trips depart, is just 400 meters from our hotel. Within 22 kilometers, reach Crystal Cascades and Cairns Botanic Gardens. With a lagoon-style outdoor pool and treatments in the spa. Our modern and inviting hotel rooms and suites are luxurious oases of comfort and convenience, offering pristine bathrooms and spacious balconies with views of Trinity Inlet or Cairns Esplanade and the unique city's cape and blue-green mountain ranges beyond. The large lagoon style pool has ample deck chairs and umbrellas, soft seating spaces and a Pool Bar with cold beverages and light bites and snacks. Enjoy the relaxed al fresco dining at the award-winning Mondo on the waterfront, or discover modern, refined dining in Signature Restaurant.

Conference Networking Dinner Cruise - Waterside Dining

As they say, all work and no play, makes for a dull conference. So to overcome this, the conference secretary has organized a conference dinner to be held on the first night of the event. This dinner will give delegates the opportunity to further network while letting your hair down in an informal setting. The conference dinner cruise is optional and costs $150 per person including a three course meal. The conference dinner is additional to the conference fees and bookings must be made prior to the event. 

A Cairns Dinner Cruise is the perfect way, to end a perfect day in paradise. Boarding our sailing catamaran at the Marlin Marina, you’ll enjoy an evening of calm water cruising on Trinity Inlet, taking in the sights and sounds of this tropical port city and its surrounding mangroves, as they transition from day to night. Every journey begins with bubbles, as all good dinner cruises should. With your glasses charged, stroll the interior or exterior decks and admire the view as the sky transforms from blue to red to orange and finally a silky black, filled with thousands of sparkling stars. Your journey takes you deep into the heart of Trinity Inlet and across the waterfront precinct of Cairns, from the Cruise Liner Terminal to the Esplanade. The water is calm, the weather mild and the night is yours to enjoy, with entertainment and a delicious 3 Course Buffet Dinner featuring some of the region’s best produce, including seafood. The luxurious Reef Magic sailing catamaran is fully licensed, selling a range of beverages, including tropical cocktails. This is the ultimate in waterside dining.

When Do We Go

The dinner cruise departs Marlin Marina at 6.30pm and returns at approximately 9pm. Check-in and boarding is at the boat, moored at Marlin Marina, between 6 pm. A complimentary drink is served on arrival and the bar is open for you to relax on board prior to departure. The conference dinner cruise is scheduled for the evening of Day 1.

What Will You See / Do

Enjoy a fantastic evening of calm water cruising with entertainment, delicious 3 course buffet meal and fabulous views, including sunset over the rainforest-clad mountains (depending on the time of year). Starting at Marlin Marina, the Reef Magic takes you on a journey deep into the interior of Trinity Inlet and its winding tributaries. Keep your eyes peeled, you might even see a crocodile. The cruise passes along Cairns’ waterfront and Esplanade precinct, delivering panoramic views of the twinkling night lights of this port city.

What Do You Need To Bring / Wear

​Yourself and your smile, for a great evening ahead. Tropical cocktail attire is suggested, with a light jacket for the winter months. Footwear is mandatory, with suitable shoes for boating recommended. Although it’s a calm water cruise, you will find it more comfortable moving around the boat in flat rubber soled shoes. Don’t forget to bring a little cash, EFTPOS or credit card for your bar purchases.

Highlights & Inclusions

A 2.5 hour calm water sunset / evening cruise

Luxurious air-conditioned vessel

Large outdoor decks

Complimentary glass of sparkling wine, beer or soft drink on arrival

Delicious hot and cold 3 course buffet, featuring fresh seafood and local produce

Live Music by some of Cairns’ best musicians



The 14th Closing the Gap Indigenous Health Conference is blessed with a kaleidoscope of First Nations guest speakers, sharing stories, successes and challenges they’ve overcome, presenting great opportunities and inspiration for delegates to participate in an event that is devoted to the sharing of Culture, Empowerment, Education & Networking. Drawn from a variety of cultural backgrounds, professional careers and grass-roots community commitments, this year’s conference speakers are the difference between an ordinary and extraordinary event; one that is soon forgotten and one which lingers in attendees' memories, a source of tremendous benefit long after the conference is over.


To view each speaker’s profile, please Click Here



Register early to get a discount! Please note that registrations are set out in an affordable way for organisations, which changes on a monthly basis. Hence the earlier you register, the more savings for your organisation. Registration fees include all-day access to the event, available conference papers, daily lunch and refreshments for registered delegates only. Fees do not include travel costs or accommodation. Registration fees must be received within 7 DAYS of being issued an invoice. Otherwise, bookings will not be considered.  To register, please click on the registration button and complete the form or you can also request a conference brochure and the registration form to be sent to you by email at 



As an employee, we are asked to present valid reasons why we should attend. Listed below are valid points that can be raised with your employer to justify your attendance.

  • Staff attending conferences regularly tends to become long term employees

  • An event such as this adds to the positive morale of staff

  • Conferences are a great way of providing ongoing training

  • Provides the opportunity to further enhance the organisation knowledge base

  • The opportunity for saving organisations money because of the shortness of the event

  • Allows delegates to showcase the organisation nationally and internationally

  • May provide organisations with new ideas

  • Gives organisations a showcase and voice at a national level

  • Provide an opportunity to evaluate various programs

  • Because this event is conducted over a short period, staff are only absent for a minimal number of days



We wish to invite Indigenous and non-Indigenous worker from Australia and throughout to attend the conference to share and gather information. We also extend an invitation to participants to join us at the conference dinner in a relaxed atmosphere.


Who:     Individuals, Groups, NGO’s, Government Agencies & Others

When:   SEPTEMBER 20-22.2023


Time:     9.00am – 5.00pm

WARNING: Limited availability. Please register online or contact us via email.


One of the prohibitive factors in attending a conference is the airfare component. Our company strives in making our event a lesser burden on the individual or organisation by negotiating competitive and affordable travel packages. All of our bookings is made through First Nations Travel, a new 100% indigenous owned travel agency for stress-free and corporate travel bookings. Please phone us on +61 4557 76 668 or send us your expression of interest by email:


The event secretary has come up with some great ideas on how to save money for you and your organisation.


​1.  ACCOMMODATION: We have negotiated a special room rate for delegates at the venue, please quote code INDCONF2021 to avail for the special rate.


2.  TRAVEL: We have engaged First Nations Travel Agency to negotiate with all the relevant airlines for discounted airfare & hotel rates.


 3. CONCESSION: A special registration rate for university students is being offered for a flat rate of $650


Another prohibitive factor in attending a conference is the hotel component. Our company strives in making our event a lesser burden on the individual or organisation by negotiating competitive and affordable travel packages. Indigenous Conference Services (Australia) also recognises that some NGO’s or other agencies will need to seek additional funding to attend, therefore First Nations Travel Agency quotation can be made out to either pay ASAP or to consider the time that is required to obtain funding. For the best possible airfares and seat availability, please confirm your attendance ASAP.



If you are an international guest or speaker, please note that citizens of some countries require visas before entering Australia. To obtain an Australian Visa, you may require a letter of invitation from the conference secretariat.  To obtain the letter of invitation, the guest must have registered for the conference and paid the required conference cost. This is refundable if visas are not approved, you should allow a minimum of 60 days for visa processing at the nearest Australian Embassy.  Please note, processing visa documents in some countries may take longer, depending on your country of origin. Visas can be obtained online from the Australian Federal Government's Department of Home Affairs website at this link



ICS Conferences have developed flexible sponsorship packages to sponsor the conference either in part or in full. Sponsorship is a great way of promoting your organisation/ company/ department to all delegates attending the conference. Sponsorship opportunities are only open to businesses and private enterprise, not individuals. Indigenous Conference Services (Australia) will be of further assistance in tailoring your sponsorship arrangement. Please phone us on +61 4557 76 668 or send us your expression of interest by email:



Indigenous Conference Services (Australia)

Postal Address: PO BOX 702 EDMONTON LPO 4869 QLD



Phone: 07 40009111, 04557 76 668

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