There will be a behind the scenes tour and a look at the latest additions to the numismatic collection of the National Sports Museum at the MCG on the Friday afternoon (20 October).
A welcome reception and book launch is to be held on the Friday evening at the RACV Club (501 Bourke Street, Melbourne, VIC 3000, Tel: (03) 9944 8888, Email: email@example.com). The dress code for the RACV Club can be found on their website here.
The conference dinner* will be at the Kelvin Club (14-30 Melbourne Place, Melbourne, VIC 3000, Phone: (03) 9654 5711, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org) and the dress code for the Member’s Bar at the Kelvin Club is smart casual attire as a minimum. This means pants, collared shirts or sweaters, smart jeans preferred with a blazer for men, and for women – pants, dresses, smart jeans, blouses, skirts, sweaters.
Registration can be made online here and the fees are:
Full registration $175
NAA/NAV/RSV members $150
Partner registration (National Sports Museum Tour, Friday Evening Reception and Saturday Dinner) $80
The registration includes conference admission, the Friday afternoon tour of the National Sports Museum, the welcome function on the Friday evening at the RACV Club, and lunches and morning and afternoon teas for both the Saturday and Sunday served down stairs in the Burke & Wills Room; there is no discount for partial attendance. The conference is subsidised and supported by the Numismatic Association of Victoria.
Timetable and Abstracts
The timetable for the conference can be found NAAC2017 Timetable.
The abstracts for the conference can be found at NAAC2017 Abstracts.
National Sports Museum Tour
The National Sports Museum at the NSG have kindly offered to give attendees an exclusive behind the scenes tour, including a look at some of the latest acquisitions to their numismatic collection.
Transport to City
Taxi’s from the Airport to the City range between $60-$70 depending on the time of day.
Transport in City
The Public Transport Victoria (PTV) website provides plenty of information on getting around Melbourne, including a Journey planner. Here’s a link to the PTV mobile apps that are available for your mobile devices.
Melbourne’s extensive Tram network should get you most places within the CBD. The Free Tram Zone covers all of the venues for the Conference. Tram operator Yarra Trams also have a useful tramTRACKER app.
Melbourne’s Train network is also an option for getting around the city and its environs, but you will need a Myki to access the network.
Taxis and Ride Sharing Services are also available throughout the city.
This Google Map Link shows accommodation nearest to the Royal Society of Victoria, which is next to Carlton Garden and the Melbourne Museum.
Please note: you should make your own arrangements for accommodation.
Things to do in and around Melbourne
The sporting and capital of Australia has plenty of cultural activity too. From galleries and museums through to the historic lane-ways and of course the shopping, there’s plenty to do.
The Melbourne Museum has a vast collection and has temporary exhibitions from near and far. The Immigration Museum is also part of Museums Victoria. The museum tells many thought provoking stores from all over the globe that all converge on Melbourne.
The Hellenic Museum would be of interest to many attendees, not only for its content but also because it was previously the home to the Melbourne branch of the Royal Mint.
The iconic MCG is home to the National Sports Museum, which has an enviable collection of sporting memorabilia, including more than a few medals.
The Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) in Federation Square always has interesting exhibitions and events.
The Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium has plenty of fishy stories to tell and one of the best penguin exhibits in the world.
Melbourne as it is today owes its very existence to one thing, gold. And where better to experience the rush that it brings by visiting Sovereign Hill. The adjacent Gold Museum contains many a numismatic treasure that would make the trip to Ballarat worthwhile.
While we readily acknowledge South Australia’s superiority in wine growing, the Yarra Valley is still worth a visit if you have the time, and wish to stock up the cellar with a Pinot Noir.
The Great Ocean Road offers one of the most spectacular scenic coastal drives in the world.
*This is included within the Partner Registration, however there will be a supplementary fee of $55 for other attendees.