2022 National Conference
3 – 5 June 2022 | The Star Gold Coast

Registration is open!

SAVE THE DATE

Australian Childcare Alliance Queensland continues to monitor the Coronavirus COVID-19 situation closely and at all times the health and safety of our members, conference delegates, professional partners including supporter members, team and families are foremost in our decision making. 

We are excited to announce that our 2022 conference planning is well underway and is scheduled for the weekend of 3 to 5 June 2022 at The Star Gold Coast so make sure you save the date in your calendar!

Important notice from The Star Gold Coast

As you may be aware, the Queensland Government has announced that from Friday 17 December 2021, access to hospitality venues in Queensland like The Star Gold Coast will be restricted to fully vaccinated staff, guests and delegates. This means that unvaccinated people will not be able to visit The Star Gold Coast.

The Government has announced that from 19 November, you will be able to link your COVID-19 digital vaccination certificate in the Queensland Government’s Check In Qld app. Further information about these changes is available via the Queensland Government here.

The Star Gold Coast will continue to comply with COVID requirements. We will keep you updated with any changes which may affect your attendance at the ACA Qld 2022 Conference. You can have confidence that we are doing everything we can to provide a safe environment for you.

ACA Qld 2022 National Conference

Past Delegates Say It Best

5/5

“It was a great weekend. I learnt so much and was reminded on how important our work is and just how vital those first five years are, we need to educate our families so they too know how important the first five years are. Thank you!”

5/5

“The quality of the keynotes, food, venue, organisation, communication and culture is among the best we have experienced in conferences nationally”

5/5

“I always enjoy the conference as it provides an opportunity to network as well as learn and grow as an Educator”