Mindd International Forum 2019 will be held at the Hilton, Sydney – one of Sydney’s top 5-star hotels.
The hotel is located conveniently in the heart of the city, next to the Queen Victoria Building and only 2 minute walk from Town Hall station.
Where to Stay
The Hilton has a variety of guest rooms available and is also offering an exclusive discount to Mindd Forum attendees.
To book click here and use the promotional code: GDYNM
Keep well-fuelled throughout the day with nutritious and whole food lunches, complimentary with your practitioner ticket.
All meals are gluten and dairy free. Plant-based meal options are also available.
You can also enjoy healthy morning and afternoon teas.
Saturday 23rd March, 6.30pm
Meet our distinguished speakers, mingle and network with colleagues & community leaders – while being served wholesome snacks and drinks.
Mindd Member’s and Gold Pass Practitioner’s receive a complimentary pass to the reception. Purchase Ticket
Learn about dozens of products and services that support optimal clinical outcomes. Spend one-on-one quality time with exhibitors and understand how their products and services can help transform your practice.
We Need You! Share Your Enthusiasm & Make A Difference
Join the Mindd Volunteer Team by offering support to the events and marketing team in the lead up and over the weekend of the Mindd International Forum.
If you have any skills that would be of benefit to our small, not for profit foundation, we would love to hear from you.
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