Registration Options

Please note that early bird pricing concludes on 31 March 2024.
Bookings made after 31 March 2024 will be charged at the full rate.

Approved providers
panel discussion & lunch


$113

Members

$162

Other

  • Maximum two attendees per service. Must be Approved Provider, Owner, or Managerial positions
  • Panel discussions and questions (panel of 4 experts)
  • Share menu lunch including beverages in Garden Kitchen & Bar
  • Networking opportunity post-event

early bird
two-day package

(ends 31 March 2024)

$710

Members

$1,016

Other

  • Day 1 and Day 2 conference sessions
  • Welcome Event ticket
  • Morning tea, afternoon tea and lunch on each day
  • Gala Dinner ticket
  • Conference satchel and special conference t-shirt
  • Entry to the trade exhibition
  • Certificate of attendance

full two-day
conference package

(after 31 March 2024)

$933

Members

$1,333

Other

  • Day 1 and Day 2 conference sessions
  • Welcome Event ticket
  • Morning tea, afternoon tea, and lunch on each day
  • Gala Dinner ticket
  • Conference satchel and special conference t-shirt
  • Entry to the trade exhibition
  • Certificate of attendance

Single-day
conference package


$356

Members

$510

Other

  • Conference sessions for the day of registration
  • Morning tea, afternoon tea and lunch
  • Conference satchel and special conference t-shirt
  • Entry to the trade exhibition
  • Certificate of attendance

Salary Sacrifice

Did you know that you may be able to ‘salary sacrifice’ your conference registration fee and accommodation expenses?

Early learning services may have educators who wish to attend the ACA Qld conference more regularly than their service may be able to afford to send them. ACA Qld has taken accounting advice and suggests a “salary sacrifice” arrangement could be entered into with educators who wish to attend the conference but find the registration fee and accommodation charges slightly outside of their budget.

Educators could request their payroll officer arrange a salary sacrifice deduction from their weekly/fortnightly pay over, for example, an 8 month period prior to conference.

The employer would retain these funds and register the educator for the conference. The employee would benefit from a tax saving on the conference costs and the centre would benefit from more of their educators being able to attend the conference. Such an arrangement would fall under the “otherwise deductible” rules of the tax act.

ACA Qld stresses that this is only general information and should not be understood to be specific, professional advice. Any member services considering such an arrangement with their team should seek independent advice from their accountants. ACA Qld is not liable for any loss caused, whether due to negligence or otherwise arising from the use of, or reliance on, the information provided directly or indirectly.