The CCANSW long delayed conference and trade exhibition was finally held during the last week of May 2021 at the Crowne Plaza, Coogee Beach, with delegates and exhibitors from across New South Wales and beyond in attendance. It was a much anticipated opportunity to network with fellow cemeterians and participate in some interesting discussions about topics of interest to all.
The CCANSW conference and trade exhibition is just over 4 weeks away. If you have not already registered to attend this premier industry event, being held on 27 & 28 May 2021 at the Crowne Plaza Coogee, I encourage you to register today.
Excellent conference presentations, 20 trade exhibitors and opportunities to network with industry colleagues (109 people already registered to attend), will ensure all delegates benefit from attending.
The Cemeteries & Crematoria Association of NSW (CCANSW) invites you to the May 2021 Conference & Trade Exhibition being held at the Crowne Plaza Coogee Beach, Sydney. There are generous incentives for CCANSW full members to attend the conference and the 2021 Trade Exhibition The conferfence features a full on program for the Thursday and Friday, and there'll be many networking opportunities.
The venue is the Crowne Plaza Hotel, at Coogee, a beachside suburb of local government area City of Randwick 8 kilometres south-east of the Sydney central business district. Book your accommodation early to avoid disappointment.
The Crowne Plaza Coogee Beach offers an iconic beachside retreat in Sydney. Boasting panoramic sea views, the hotel has been refurbished to reflect its coastal surroundings and is just steps from Coogee Bay. It features an outdoor pool, on-site fitness centre and a choice of restaurants and bars. Free WiFi is offered throughout the hotel.
Delegates are responsible for booking and settling their account directly with:
Crowne Plaza Sydney Coogee Beach
242 Arden Street
$260 per room per night: King Coogee Village View
Other room types are available. Please email the hotel for details.
Breakfast: The above rate is inclusive of one full buffet breakfast served in Shutters Restaurant.
Car Parking: $5 per hour, $18 per day or $25 overnight.
Check in: 3.00 pm
Check out: 11.00 am
Advise the following: Your are attending the CCANSW Conference.
To access the above rates, delegates are to book accommodation prior to Friday 23 April 2021. This rate is available up until Friday 23 April 2021 or until sold out. Please book early to secure your room.
Delegates are required to make their own travel arrangements to and from Coogee. Coogee is a beachside suburb of Sydney.
By car, Coogee is approximately 20 minutes from Sydney airport.
All sessions, including the dinners, are smart casual. No ties or coats are required.
Financial CCANSW Full Members receive one free conference registration.
For specific cost details, please refer to the Registration Form.
− Thursday Business Sessions: Include the Trade Exhibition, Thursday presentations, lunch, morning & afternoon tea and the CCANSW EGM and AGM.
− Thursday Dinner: Dinner and selected beverages.
− Friday Business Sessions: Include the Trade Exhibition, Friday presentations, lunch, morning & afternoon tea.
− Friday Dinner: Dinner and selected beverages.
If COVID dining restrictions are in place, dinner venues may be unable to cater for all conference attendees. Therefore, dining spaces will be allotted on receipt of your completed conference Attendance Registration Form. To avoid disappointment and reserve your place, I encourage you to complete and return your registration form ASAP.
To enable numbers to be confirmed for all activities, please complete the attached attendance form and return to the CCANSW Secretariat by Friday, 9 April 2021.
CCANSW SECRETARIAT:Mary Reid
PO Box A233
SYDNEY SOUTH NSW 1235
P: 0407 061 637
Liability / Insurance
The Cemeteries and Crematoria Association of NSW (CCANSW) cannot accept any responsibility for any financial losses incurred by delegates and exhibitors in the event of industrial disruptions, natural disasters or airline issues. Nor can CCANSW take responsibility for injury or damage to person or property occurring during any aspect of the event. Personal insurance is the responsibility of the individual.
Speakers and presenters are subject to change without notice as well as the agenda timeframe.
Information and opinions given by the speakers and presenters are strictly their own. They are not necessarily endorsed or supported by the Cemeteries and Crematoria Association of New South Wales.
The speeches, material and presentations made during the course of the meeting and conference are offered for information purposes only. They are not a substitute for applying your own diligence, investigation and quality management. Though every effort has been made to ensure that the information presented is accurate and up to date, you must carefully consider the content's accuracy, currency and relevance for their