ABOUT HOBART

Hobart

Hobart offers a contrasting blend of heritage, scenery and culture, with world class activities and attractions nearby. Nestled amongst the foothills of Mt Wellington, Hobart combines heritage charm with a modern lifestyle in a setting of exceptional beauty.

Hobart is Tasmania’s capital city and the second oldest capital in Australia, after Sydney. Located at the entrance to the Derwent River, its well-preserved surrounding bushland reaches close to the city centre and beaches line the shores of the river and estuary beyond.

Tasmania has four distinct seasons with the warmest months being December to March. The average maximum daily summer temperatures are between 17 and 23 degrees Celsius and winter daily temperatures sit between 3 and 11 degrees Celsius.

Places of Interest

Port Arthur Day Trip


Port Arthur is one of Tasmania’s top tourist sites and a poignant reminder of the hardships of convict life. You can tour the guard tower, sandstone church, hospital, prison, and museum. 

 

MONA: Museum of Old and New Art

Described as a “subversive adult Disneyland,” this art gallery displays confronting works of art ranging from an Egyptian sarcophagus to a machine that turns food into brown goo.

Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens

Highlights of the garden include the Japanese gardens, a Tasmanian fernery, a subantarctic plant house, conservatory, fuchsia house, vegetable patch, and lily pond. 

Conference Secretariat

Concept Event Management
PO Box 1179 Crows Nest,
NSW 1585 Australia

Contact Us

Tel: +61 2 9436 0232
Fax: +61 2 9436 4462
Email: fecca2019@conceptevents.com.au
Website: fecca2019.com.au

Key Dates

Deadline for Early Bird Registration
Friday 12 July 2019
Scholarship Application Closing Date
Sunday 21 July 2019
Scholarship Notification of Acceptance
Friday 26 July 2019
FECCA 2019 Conference
9 – 11 October 2019

Acknowledgment of Country

FECCA pays respect to the traditional and original owners of the land on which the FECCA conference is being held, the Muwinina people, and pays respect to those that have passed before us and acknowledges today’s Tasmanian Aboriginal community who are the custodians of the land.

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