Australian Property Institute & Property Institute of New Zealand Conference

Conference organisers have created a varied and exciting program that will provide delegates with a glimpse of where the two countries’ property professions are heading

Don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy a diverse range of first-class speakers in one of the world’s most spectacular settings at the 2013 joint Australian Property Institute & Property Institute of New Zealand Conference next month.

The conference will be held 10-12 July in picturesque Queenstown, a resort town in Otago in the south-west of New Zealand's South Island.

Conference organisers have created a varied and exciting program that will provide delegates with a glimpse of where the two countries’ property professions are heading.

This year’s theme is ‘transforming property’ – transforming the profession, transforming housing, transforming the industry and transforming property professionals.

Speakers include demographer Bernard Salt, ex-All Black Wayne ‘Buck’ Shelford, Michael Hill Deputy Chair Emma Hill, Ngai Tahu's Mike Sang, Westpac's Dominick Stephens and many more.

Delegates will also get the chance to learn more about the property, facilities and operations of Queenstown's award-winning tourism industry, from the spectacular Skyline Function Centre atop Bob's Peak, to a variety of local tourism operators.

They’ll also have the chance to try out the attractions for themselves, including jet boating, 4WD safaris, or enjoying a ride on the TSS Earnslaw on the beautiful lake.

Learn more by visiting the conference website. Or if you’d prefer a hardcopy version of the brochure, click here to download and print it.

Group discounts are available for groups of three or more delegates from the one organisation. Email Jenny Houdalakis at jenny@property.org.nz to apply for a discount code for a group discount.