UDIA Professional Development course – Module 5

Monday May 17 – Perth

UDIA Professional Development Course – Module 6

Monday 24 May – Perth

2021 Floodplain Management Conference

Online – May 26-28

The 2021 online FMA conference marks the 60th anniversary of FMA, and will celebrate the history of the organisation, the members who make the network possible and the phenomenal advances in flood risk management.

UDIA Professional Development course – Module 3

Perth 31 May

The last in the series of PD days for the Urban Development Institute of WA

LGNSW Water Management Conference

Narrabri NSW, July 7 – 9

LGNSW’s Water Management Conference is a major annual event that provides a dedicated forum to discuss water policy initiatives and trends. Hear about the latest technical issues and share best practice in urban water governance and management.

UDIA Professional Development Course – Module 2

Mon April 19 Level 20, 1 William St Perth

The UDIA’s professional development course for those involved in the property development industry in WA.

Sydney Resources Roundup

4,5 & 6 May Hyatt Regency Sydney

RIU Conferences is pleased to announce the 18th RIU Sydney Resources Round-up; a conference at which Australia’s miners and explorers present their stories to the richest investment centre in the country.

UDIA WA Professional Development Course Module 4

May 10 Lavan Legal, 1 William St. Perth


RIU Explorers Conference

16,17 & 18 February Esplanade Hotel By Rydges, Fremantle

Now, in its 20th year, this conference is again attracting an overwhelming response from the junior and mid cap resources industry, keen to communicate their latest exploration and production successes along with updates on their technical and corporate performances.

IPWEA WA State Conference

11- 12 March, Esplanade Hotel by Rydges, Fremantle

The Conference theme, “A Whole New World”, is based around the way we thought of the world, particularly the way technology and innovations were heading pre-COVID 19, which is so very different to the way world adapted during COVID-19, and the way the world will go/is going forward post-COVID 19 in the “new normal” as everyone has had to be more innovative and creative to remain relevant.