Conference registration includes attendance to the Welcome Reception on Sunday 24th November for pre-registration and all-conference oral and poster technical sessions and trade display exhibition. The Conference Dinner and Student-Industry Networking and Awards Night are additional charges: $50 incl GST Conference Dinner | $25 incl GST Student-Industry Networking Night
Registration categories and fees
Sign up now for IAH membership and receive a registration discount to the AGC 2019.
Early Bird Rate
After 30 August 2019 (incl GST)
|IAH Member - Regular||$630||$780|
|IAH Member – Student* / Retired||$315||$390|
|Non - IAH Member||$770||$920|
|Non - IAH Member – Student* / Retired||$395||$470|
All figures are GST inclusive.
* Students must be current full-time or part-time at tertiary level undertaking studies related to groundwater.
Membership offers you the chance to network with other hydrogeologists and groundwater-related specialists. You will receive a great range of benefits, including the Hydrogeology Journal and a variety of discounts. You will also be able to participate in groups, events and schemes, sharing knowledge and experience with others. Not only this, you will be showing your support for IAH’s endeavours throughout the world. Sign up here
Unless you are an Australian or New Zealand citizen, you will need a visa to enter Australia. New Zealand passport holders can apply for a visa upon arrival in the country. All other passport holders must apply for a visa before leaving home. To apply for a visa to attend AGC 2019 and for further information visit the Australian Department of Home Affairs website.
If you require an invitation letter for visa purposes please download and fill out this Invitation Letter Request Form and return to us. Please note this procedure is intended to assist participants who need to obtain a visa or permission to attend the Conference.
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Australian Border Protection
Customs and Quarantine
Australia's customs laws prohibit you from bringing drugs, steroids, weapons, firearms and protected wildlife into Australia. Some common items, such as fresh or packaged food, fruit, eggs, meat, plants, seeds, skins and feathers, are also prohibited. There is no limit on currency but you will need to declare amounts over AUD$10,000. For more information visit the Department of Immigration and Border Protection website.
Medicine brought into Australia for personal use is subject to controls and must be declared on arrival. It is recommended you bring a prescription or letter from your doctor outlining your medical condition and the medicine you are carrying. For more detailed information go to the Department of Immigration and Border Protection website.
You don't need vaccinations unless you have come from, or have visited, yellow fever infected country within six days of your arrival. However, regulations and medical advice can change at short notice, so check with your doctor and the Australian Department of Health before you leave home.
Taking out a travel insurance policy that covers theft, loss, accidents and medical problems is highly recommended. If you plan to do any adventure sports, such as scuba diving, bungee jumping, motorcycling, skiing or even bushwalking, check you are fully covered under your policy. The Australian Government has reciprocal health care agreements with some countries through Australia's public-funded health service, Medicare. Visit the Department of Human Services for more information.