Gather at the Harbour View Hotel at Sydney's historic Rocks precinct.
The cost is $15 per person for a relaxed social evening with tasty finger food, and a view of the Harbour Bridge; drinks can be purchased individually at the bar.
The venue is a leisurely 45 minute walk through Darling Harbour and the Rocks for those seeking some exercise after a day of conference sessions, or easy access by the public bus system. A walking and transport guide will be provided at registration. There are many eateries near the venue where you and your friends and colleagues can enjoy your evening meal.
'The construction of the present Harbour View Hotel in 1924 was a joint venture between the Government, who owned the land and Tooth & Co., who provided the capital. By 1927 it provided a convenient watering hole for the thirsty workers constructing the Harbour Bridge. As with many hotels in the urban area, the hotel gradually fell into a poor reflection of its more illustrious past, but it has now been completely refurbished. The building's significance has been recognized by the various authorities, having an order placed on it in 1989 by the Heritage Office and listing Permanent Conservation by the same authority in 1999 on the State Heritage register. The Council of the City of Sydney has included the hotel in its Local Environment Plan as a building of local Significance.'