Women and Firefighting Australasia Conference 2018

'Looking forward, looking back;
Shaping the New Norm'

The Women and Firefighting Australasia (WAFA) Conference 2018 will be held from 26th - 28th of September 2018 in Wellington at the Te Papa Conference Centre.

Attendance at this conference will give you access to a host of excellent and informative presentations, hands-on workshops, mentoring and career advice. It will give you a chance to network and connect with others across Australasia and offer you the chance to develop relationships both within and across fire and emergency services. 

Watch this space, more information is to come as we get closer to the Conference.
Via this page you'll be able to find out delegate information (venue, dress code, and what's provided by WAFA), about the Gala dinner and welcome drinks, information on the fantastic presenters and presentations and how you can secure your ticket to attend. 

Put those dates into your calendar, this will be a Conference not to be missed! 


Registration for the Conference is now open!


Please follow these links to book your attendance and to follow us on twitter to stay up-to-date:

Click here for ticket bookings.

Click here to share your attendance with your friends on on twitter 

Accommodation Options
Accommodation in Wellington ranges from $169NZD per person per night.
WAFA has been able to secure the following special offers:

Mercure Abel Tasman Hotel - email: resmgr@primehotels.co.nz $169
Grand Mercure Central City Appt - email: resmgr@primehotels.co.nz $169 
Park Hotel - email: groups@parkhotel.nz $169 
Liberty Hotel - email: groups@parkhotel.nz from $189 

To access these rates please reference the WAFA Conference at time of booking. Please note that rooms may be limited and rates are available at the suppliers discretion.


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