Q Since the welcome function runs past 6:00pm will I be charged extra than the $10 day parking special that runs from 6am to 6pm?
A You will be charged $10 until 6pm and an additional $2 for the first hour after 6pm as long your ticket is properly validated. You only need to validate your ticket once.
You can validate your parking ticket at the registration booth.
All concurrent abstracts have been finalised!
Concurrent abstracts can now be downloaded from the abstracts page.
Conference lunch time meetings are back for 2017…
Tuesday 30th May
Green Prescription Get Together
1:00 pm -1:30 pm
An opportunity for Green Prescription and Active Families managers/advisors to come together and discuss current processes, sucesses and topical issue.
Meeting led by Diana O’Neill
1:00- 1:30 pm
Rangimarie Room 2
An opportunity for students attending ANA conference to mingle, discuss their research and studies, and network with other students.
Meeting led by Cervantee Wild
DNZ Networking Meeting (PH SIG)
1:00- 1:30 pm
Rangimarie Room 3
Meeting led by Sophie Carty
Wednesday 31st May
Nutrition and Physical Activty in Early Childhood Settings
Meeting led by Sarah Gerritsen
Click here for meeting flyer
Take a walk along Oriental Bay, around the Wellington waterfront to Frank Kitts park or if you are feeling energetic head uphill to the Mount Victoria Lookout for the best views of Wellington city.
Go for a sea swim at Oriental bay or swim indoors at the Freyberg pool along Oriental bay
If you are a foodie, then don’t miss visiting Moore Wilson Fresh: this is a unique Deli and fresh food store; it’s your go to for interesting produce. You will find this only 10 minutes’ walk away on the corner of Tory and College streets.
Just across the road from Moore Wilson you will find Caffe L’affare one of Wellingtons many coffee roasters and Ekor Bookshop and Cafe for a cozy cup of tea.
Hannah’s Laneway is tucked away and is home to a range of delectable flavour-filled factories eg artisan chocolate, bread, peanut butter and locally roasted coffee.
Cuba street is regarded as creative and artistic. A walk along Cuba street will take you past many artistic characters and lively entertainment from Wellingtons busker’s. Here you will also find a delightful range of second hand shops and of course the freshest nuts in Wellington: www.nutstore.co.nz. Imagine getting all your vegan delights under one roof, you can if you visit the newly opened vegan store at 207 Cuba street www.v1vegan.com
Please note all electronic device chargers need to be tagged and tested. Te Papa only allows people to use chargers if they are tagged and tested as part of their Health and Safety guidelines.
We will have iphone 5 and Samsung phone chargers avaliable to use at the registration desk.
Our Conference Poster is now available. Click here to check it out!