Conference Registration

The benefits of attending the LPBD 2020 Conference

Hear from World Class Speakers: experts as well as national professionals will provide delegates with relevant and thought provoking expertise.

Network & Connect: Meet and exchange ideas with hundreds of like-minded individuals, thought leaders, educators, teachers, academics, health and industry professionals.

CPD Points: contribute towards your CPD requirements – Certificate of Attendance provided. Click Here to find out more about CPD Points.

Innovative Products & Services: discover new and exciting possibilities in The Market Place.

PLUS! Tailor Your Experience: Choose from heaps of concurrent sessions to make the Conference your own!

Parking in the CBD is FREE and UNLIMITED all weekend!

Your ticket includes:

  • All keynote, concurrent sessions & workshops
  • Entry to The Market Place exhibition
  • Free Wifi access throughout the day
  • Enjoy state of the art facilities, a central location and spectacular Esplanade views
  • Delegate goodie bag including freebies, Conference program and special discounts from our exhibitors
  • Full-day catering: morning & afternoon tea, freshly brewed coffee and hot buffet lunch
  • 20% off accommodation at the Conference venue or Hilton hotels close-by

Complimentary OSHC Service Conference Ticket

The Northern Territory Government is proud to offer 1 x fully-funded registration for every NT OSHC service!

To secure your Registration:

  • Email lpbd20@childaustralia.org.au for an Access Code.
  • Select the LPBD OSHC Complimentary Registration on the Access Page.
  • Enter your information as requested.

Purchase Your LPBD Tickets Here

If you have any questions about the 2020 Northern Territory Children’s Learning and Development Conference, Little People, Big Dreams, email or call us on 1300 66 11 64

Traditional Custodians

We respect and acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the Land. We pay respect to the Elders past and present for they hold the memories, the traditions, the culture and hopes of Australia’s First Peoples. We acknowledge there are also other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who live, work in and contribute to the cultural heritage.