Sustainable Trails
Conference 2022
North East Tasmania,
Australia 

Conference Location:  St Helens, North East Tasmania 

Conference venue:  Panorama, St Helens

Accommodation:

Panorama Hotel 

Reserved special conference rates at $149per night including a continental breakfast, $12 cooked breakfast add on.
Go to  www.panoramahotel.com.au > Book now > Enter dates AND enter the promotion code TRC2022 to unlock rooms  (otherwise it won’t show as any availability) > Book.
(If the available rooms for the full length of the conference have sold out, when you go to the search page, you will then see which nights are left)
The Bay Side (700m from conference venue)
The Anchor Wheel Motel (1.6km from conference venue)
Queechy Motel (1.4km from conference venue)
Tasman Holiday Parks (3.6km from conference venue)
How to get there:
Coach transfers will be made available for conference delegates from Launceston airport. Pick up Monday 31st Oct from Launceston Airport at approximately 4pm and return Friday 4th Nov depart St Helens approximately 7am for arrival at Launceston Airport approximately 10am. When registering make sure you select if you will be utilising this service.
   
St Helens is a 2 hour drive via the Fingal Valley from Launceston and 3 hour drive from Hobart. Both Launceston and Hobart cities and airports are serviced by all major hire car companies.
Launceston to St Helens
Via National & Esk Highway – 2 hours, 15 mins (167kms)
Via Tasman Highway – 2 hours, 45 mins (158kms)
Hobart to St Helens
Via National & Esk Highways – 3 hours, 15 mins (254kms)
Via Tasman Highway – 3 hours, 30 mins (256kms)

Climate: 
The climate in November in St Helens is mild and reasonably dry. Daytime maximum temperatures average around 18°C (65°F), whilst at night 10°C (49°F) is normal.

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Marlborough, New Zealand 2019

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Thredbo, NSW Australia 2017

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Alice Springs, NT Australia 2021

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What did past attendees think?

The Sustainable Trails Conference provided an excellent opportunity to share best practice across a variety of topics from trail building to governance. Each session was valuable in its own right. Great to see the collaboration between our two countries as we all strive to make the most of this growing community.

Diane Drummond | General Manager | Hauraki Rail Trail Charitable Trust

The sustainable trails conference is a must do for all those involved in the planning, development and marketing of tracks and trails.

Anthony Burton | Principal | Anthony Burton & Associates

A well run and organised conference, excellent speakers who certainly provided a range of information in the topics presented. Took away some key learnings.

Jane Tito | Marlborough

I have been to a lot of conferences before, this was one of the best I have ever attended.

Mick Tucker | Mayor, Break O'Day Council

A fantastic conference. Great speaker line-up with leaders in the field. Learned a lot and made new connections.

Francesca Governali | Conservation & Tourism Fellow | Dartmouth College

The Sustainable Trails Conference provides a unique opportunity to appreciate the importance of trails to local economies and tourism, the amount of work going on in this space, and to share and learn from others working in the field.

Suky Thompson | Trust Manager | Rod Donald Banks Peninsula Trust