The Gold Coast
Forestry Australia and The New Zealand Institute of Forestry is delighted to be hosting ANZIF 2023 on the border of New South Wales and Queensland, in the spectacular Gold Coast region.
The Twin Towns Conference Centre is on the waterfront and conveniently located less than 10 minutes from Coolangatta Airport.
A sun-kissed city by the sea, Australia’s Gold Coast is a place defined by an unmistakable energy. Each year, over 13 million visitors flock to the city, eager to soak up the sun, feel the sand between their toes and take part in the near-limitless range of attractions and experiences. With 57 kilometres of sand and surf, 100,000 hectares of World Heritage listed rainforests, award-winning dining, active pursuits and an ever-evolving calendar – along with more than 300 days of sunshine – the Gold Coast is the perfect destination to add a few extra days pre or post conference. To plan your Gold Coast experience, visit DestinationGoldCoast.com.
Currie Country ( Gurri Guraghn) is one of the leading First Nations organisations that offer Cultural Immersion Experiences – Education – Environmental Expertise. Family centred and led by smart, creative women, we have eight lines and the three female lines lead cultural education and cultural lore. Our vision is an economically and environmentally sustainable future where we can share traditions, beliefs, culture and help others embrace and understand Aboriginal worldview. Currie Country’s registered charity work and activities can be found on ccscac.org
For delegates attending the conference, Currie Country specialises in a variety of cultural events including cultural cruises and full moon ceremonies, foraging and farm tour, native food, ingredients and products.
We lead the country.