WEC Young Engineers Event
Date: Tuesday 19th November
Time: 5:30pm – 7:00pm
Address: Melbourne CBD – To be advised
Duration: 1.5 hours
Cost: Inclusive of delegate registration fee. Guests: $40 per ticket
Inclusions: Drinks and canapes
We invite you to attend the Young Engineers Event being held during the World Engineers Convention 2019! Join us for a relaxing evening including canapes and drinks and have the opportunity to network with your peers and colleagues.
*The Young Engineers Event is NOT included in Day Registration.
WEC Welcome Reception
Date: Wednesday 20th November 2019
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Venue: Exhibition Hall, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
Tickets: The Welcome Reception is included in the price of full convention registrations*
Additional tickets: AUD$85.00 per additional guest
Kick off the World Engineers Convention 2019 with an evening of networking with delegates, sponsors and colleagues. This will be a great opportunity to browse the poster display and interact with poster authors, delegates and speak with the exhibitors and sponsors of WEC. Cuddle up with a koala or wombat, and enjoy Australian food and wine.
*The Welcome Reception is NOT included in Day Registration and Student category.
WEC Signature Event
Date: Thursday 21st November
Time: 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Address: Level 89, Eureka Tower, 7 Riverside Quay, Southbank VIC 3006
Duration: 2 hours
Inclusions: Drinks and substantial canapes
Eureka 89 is located on the top floor of Eureka Tower in Southbank Melbourne, incredibly exclusive and unique event space with 360-degree views across Melbourne City, the MCG, Botanical Gardens and Port Phillip Bay. Construction began in August 2002; the exterior of the tower was completed by 1 June 2006 and the building was officially opened on 11 October 2006. The Eureka Tower is a residential tower block complex on a 52,724ft² (4,900m²) site in the South Bank suburb of Port Philip, Melbourne, Australia. The tower is named after the Eureka Stockade rebellion during the 1854 Victoria gold rush (the building crown is gold coloured with a red stripe representing the gold and the bloodshed). The horizontal lines on the building represent the markings on a ruler and the blue facade with white lines is supposed to represent the blue and white flag of the stockade.