2021 IAP2 Australasia Conference

The IAP2 Australasia Conference has a reputation as the preeminent Community and Stakeholder Engagement event in Australasia for engagement and communications professionals.

When is the 2021 IAP2 Australasia Conference?

Dates have been announced for our 2021 Australasia Conference. Make sure to mark it in your diaries.

26 – 28 October 2021 | Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, Queensland

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That’s a wrap – past conference events

Read about our past conference events.

It’s a wrap for the 2019 Conference: Engagement Unlocked

Nathan Connors shares his reflections from the 2019 IAP2 Australasia ConferenceThe 2019 IAP2 Australasia Conference delivered more than just a stellar program of workshops, break-out sessions and keynotes, instead, it provided yet another opportunity to observe a mature and professional community-of-practice in action.Focusing on the theme of unlocking engagement to build trust, connection and potential, this year’s conference for me, told the story of growth.

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What you had to say


“IAP2 Australasia’s 2018 conference was absolutely inspiring with thought provoking keynotes and breakout sessions.”


“This is my first experience at an IAP2 Australasia event and it definitely left me inspired and energised to see so many people doing so much great work.”


“The forum was well organised and it was amazing to see so many community development practitioners and members of the private sector.”


“Overall I thought it was a very tight and relevant forum. I personally got a lot out of it. As a result I will be joining IAP2 Ausralasia.”


“The key guest speakers were great and they have challenged the participants to be creative about their community engagement projects.”


“The master classes are sensational, they are always entertaining, insightful and challenge us to make changes happen by changing ourselves.”


“The keynote speakers were brilliant, fresh and insightful.”


“Two way learning, sitting down and learning from each other, rather than going ahead with a one way agenda is something that really does unlock a lot of trust and authenticity in conversations.”