Cultivate - the Horticultural Therapy Society of NSW

26 Oct 2018

ATLC 2018 - Going Public

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Australian Therapeutic Landscapes Conference 2018
Friday 26th October 2018
Southern Cross University, Gold Coast Campus, Bilinga QLD 4225

Therapeutic Horticulture Australia (THA) along with Horticultural Therapy SA (HTSA) & Cultivate NSW are excited to announce 

Australian Therapeutic Landscapes Conference 2018 

Our theme for this year is:

‘Going Public’: encouraging therapeutic horticulture in public spaces.

Presentations will aim to lead and inform delegates on how therapeutic garden design and programs address public health issues. Speakers will also highlight innovation, best practice and research in therapeutic horticulture.

Conference delegates would include horticulturists, landscape designers, occupational therapists, diversional therapists, recreation activities officers, health professionals, academics, researchers, students and volunteers.

Full program to be released by end of July 2018.


The conference runs from 8:30am to 4:30pm followed by a networking event until 6:30pm.

All registrations include tea breaks, lunch & networking drinks.

Early bird (EB) ticket sales end midnight September 30th. Full priced (FP) tickets received throughout October.

$270 EB ($350 FP in October) Full registration

$250 EB ($300 FP in October) Members of THA, Cultivate NSW and HTSA

$200 EB ($240 FP in OctoberStudents/concession

$216 Presenters


Abstract Submission

Papers are currently being sought from a broad range of practice areas that reflect the conference theme of “Going Public”.

Abstracts can be submitted as a formal presentation or as a workshop. Oral presentations will be allocated 30 minutes and workshops 40 minutes. Closing date for submissions is 5pm Friday 1 June 2018.

Click HERE for full details and abstract submissions

For more information, contact Conference Convener Michael Casey:
Mobile: 61 411 520 796 

THA, HTSA and Cultivate NSW are working at bringing ATLC 2018 to fruition. We thank our primary sponsors Southern Cross University and Vegepod for their continued support.

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