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ConANPC will hold the 14th Australasian Plant Conservation Conference (APCC14) in Toowoomba, Queensland, from 13-17 October 2024 at the Oaks Toowoomba Hotel.

Info on getting to Toowoomba and where to stay can be found here.

Things to do in Toowoomba.

Oaks Toowoomba Flyer with discount code




The conference theme recognises how the many Little Things that we do – in science, land management, and community-based conservation – can grow into the Big Things that can save our biodiversity heritage.

APCC14 will bring together, from across Australasia, Traditional Owners, plant conservation scientists, researchers, practitioners and land managers, government agency staff, community groups, students and volunteers. It will be a forum to discuss recent advances and problems in plant conservation, and how best to manage the key threats. We will explore new insights into the recovery of native plants after extreme disturbances such as fire and cyclones, the conservation of threatened species and communities, and emerging new threats from plant diseases in the wild, including Myrtle Rust.

A key part of APCC14 will be strengthening and building plant conservation networks. The conference will raise the profile of plant conservation in Queensland, including through the Queensland Threatened Plant Network (QTPN). This is a new initiative coordinated through a partnership between the ANPC and the Queensland Department of Environment, Science and Innovation. The QTPN seeks to support and facilitate groups and new partnerships for the conservation of native flora and threatened plant recovery across the State.




Sunday 13 October: Early registration and mixer at the venue from 4-7pm.

Monday 14 – Wednesday 16 October: Conference sessions (presentations and posters)

Tuesday 15 October: Conference Dinner*

Thursday 17 October: Field trips


A registration fee discount will be available to all ANPC members. Join the ANPC here!

Please stay tuned! Updates will be posted here, in the ANPC newsletter, and on our social media pages once more information is available.


*The Conference Dinner will be at Queensland Museum Cobb+Co. who are generously supporting us by waiving a hire fee.

The venue is 1.8km from the conference location (walking via Queens Park and Botanic Garden).

Indicative menu (may be subject to change prior to the event):

– Cheese platters and Turkish bread dip platters

– BBQ buffet – with vegetarian potato bake and salads, corn and zucchini frittata, steak and chicken tenders.

– Alternate desserts of pavlova or sticky date pudding

– 2 drinks included

 (Exhibits can be viewed by dinnergoers when not holding food or drinks or seated for dinner)


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Speaker Partners

Welcome Reception Partners

University of Queensland

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Ask us about a partnership at or view our Partnerships Prospectus (pdf link).