ACEM ASM, Sydney 2017

34th Annual Scientific Meeting Australasian College for Emergency Medicine

19 – 23 November 2017, Sydney Australia

Venue & Host City


Sydney, Australia

Sydney, Australia’s gateway city and the capital of New South Wales is built around one of the largest, most beautiful harbours in the world and along miles of golden surfing beaches which stretch north and south of the city on the shore of the Pacific Ocean. The beaches and harbour play a major role in the leisure and sporting lives of Sydneysiders – yachting, surfing, sailboarding, swimming, boating, fishing and waterskiing are all popular activities.

Many national parks and protected areas of natural bushland surround the city and the beautiful Blue Mountains are a short journey to the west.

Perhaps the most famous of Sydney’s landmarks is the spectacular Sydney Opera House with its graceful ‘sails’. The Opera House has become Sydney’s cultural centre, offering opera, ballet, drama and film. The historic ‘Rocks’ area, site of the original white settlement, is nearby, and this part of the harbour foreshore is a hub of activity for both local residents and visitors.

Sydney is a vigorous, cosmopolitan city, a major industrial, business and commercial centre and is endlessly fascinating in its variety and its beauty.

Click here for a quick glance at what Sydney has to offer!

Click here to view more information on Australia and the highlights!

Sydney Website

 

SEA LIFE Sydney

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As Sydney’s leading family and tourist attraction, SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium offers entertainment for young and old alike. Walk underwater through over 100 metres of glass viewing tunnels and see Australia’s marine life like never before! Come within inches of huge sharks, rays and turtles and see some of the remarkable marine and freshwater animals that Australia is famous for, such as the platypus, barramundi and Little Penguins.

As you walk around SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium you’ll be taken on a journey through Australia’s wide and varied aquatic habitats, from the southern river systems that make up the Murray Darling Basin to the colossal Great Barrier Reef in the north.

Madame Tussauds Sydney

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Experience the glittering world of fame and Aussie ‘legends’ for a day at Madame Tussauds Sydney. You can take a call in the oval office desk next to Barack Obama and pose in the Royals family portrait. Visitors can also explore the new sports zone and challenge Yao Ming to a game of basketball, or grab a cricket bat and step onto the pitch with Sachin Tendulkar. 
Then, have a dance with Taylor in the music zone before heading to the A-List zone where you can share a drink with Rebel Wilson or Angelina Jolie!

WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo

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WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo

Australia’s most unique zoo!

Find yourself on an amazing animal adventure as you journey into Australia’s most famous locations. Walk through iconic Aussie habitats and encounter some of the most loved and feared animals that call Australia home. Come eye to eye with a massive saltwater crocodile, have your photo taken with our friendly koalas at Koala Encounters and much, much more – there’s so much to see and d

Sydney Tower Eye

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Sydney Tower Eye

Sydney Tower Eye takes you to the highest point above Sydney for breathtaking 360 degree views of the beautiful harbour city. From the golden beaches to the distant Blue Mountains, you’ll be amazed by the views.

Your ticket includes the 4D cinema experience – the first produced in Australia – where you can uncover a new dimension to Sydney through a whole new perspective. The engaging film experience is taken to the fourth dimension with evocative in-theatre effects including wind, bubbles and water!

The Observation Deck offers state-of-the-art technology, including high powered binoculars and multilingual touch screen panels that tell every visitor interesting facts about the famous landmarks they are looking at.

The International Convention Centre, Sydney


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Click here or the image above to take a virtual tour of the International Convention Centre (ICC) Sydney. 

The International Convention Centre, Sydney (ICC Sydney) is at the heart of its very own Sydney Harbour waterfront precinct, set amongst restaurants, retail and a vibrant public domain on Darling Harbour. ICC Sydney is only a short walk away from Australia’s largest CBD and surrounding university and cultural quarters.

Just 8 km from the airport, ICC Sydney is connected to a diversity of transport and accommodation choices.

Click here to view more information on the International Convention Centre, Sydney.

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Meeting Key Dates

Registration opens:
Now open
Call for abstracts:
Closed
Early bird registration deadline:
16 August 2017
Meeting dates:
19-23 November 2017

Meeting Managers


Arinex






Arinex Pty Limited
Level 10, 51 Druitt Street
Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Tel: +61 2 9265 0700
Fax: +61 2 9267 5443
Email: acem2017@arinex.com.au