Social Functions

Conference Dinner - 1st July

Built in 1856 Queens Hall is the oldest part of the State Library of Victoria and originally housed the libraries entire collection. Queen's Hall features one of Melbourne's most beautiful 19th-century interiors, evoking the splendour of Marvellous Melbourne. You will be attending a dinner with a difference when you enter via a sweeping marble staircase with walls adorned by magnificent 1920s murals by Napier Waller and Harold Septimus Power. Although now painted a pale green and bronze the interior of Queens Hall was once a grand red and blue colour scheme. Chandeliers accentuate the already elaborately decorated space along with ornate plasterwork and 19th century furniture. 

Dinner tickets are included in a 'Full Conference Registration' & the 'Student Registraiton'. Tickets can be purchased for $120 if you have a 'Day Registraiton'.

If you have selected the 'Full Conference' or 'Student' Registraiton, and can not attend, please let let the conference secretariat know - Emily Gangell - eg@asnevents.net.au