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Yapaneyepuk Indigenous Symposium


Coming Together / 27 - 29 July 2015 

‘Walking Together to Make a Difference’ 

An Indigenous Education Symposium 

Keynotes by Leading International First Nations Educators



The Pullman, Queens Road, Albert Park, Victoria, Australia

Regular Registration
Registration for Symposium 27-28 July, 2015 (INCLUDING Gala Dinner on 27 July) - AUD$750.00 (inc GST)
Registration for Symposium 27-28 July, 2015 (EXCLUDING Gala Dinner on 27 July) - AUD$700.00 (inc GST) 
One Day Passes (EXCLUDING Gala Dinner on 27 July) - AUD$400.00 (inc GST)
Please note: The Yapaneyepuk Symposium Program is designed as a two day event, therefore we highly recommend attending BOTH days, however the option of the One Day Pass has been made available for those unable to attend both days.
Optional Site Visit Registration*
On the third day of the Symposium (29 July, 2015), Participants can select to undertake a site visit to Worawa Aboriginal College or attend the Youth Forum 'Making Connections'.
Please note participants may only participate in the Site Visit OR the Youth Forum as they will be run simultaneously. 
There are 2 payment options: Credit Card or Pay Later (Cheque or EFT).
1. Credit Card
Try booking's standard payment is Credit Card.
2. Pay Later (EFT)
If you wish to pay by EFT please use the following gift/discount code on checkout: EFT 
This will allow you to submit your registration.  Payment must be made prior to attending the Symposium. 
Please send EFT Remittance Advice attention to:
Andrew Jans, Business Manager, Worawa Aboriginal College, 60 - 80 Barak Lane, Healesville, VIC, 3777
EFT Payments can be made to Worawa Aboriginal College:

BSB: 013 344

Acc: 4858 91322

Name: Worawa Aboriginal College
Please make sure to quote the TryBooking Booking Number and Participants Name.  

Site Visits: 
Site Visits will be run Subject to Demand. Should minimum numbers for the site visits not be reached then participants may elect to attend another site visit (differences in fees will be charged or refunded as applicable) or will be offered a refund.
Worawa Aboriginal College - AUD$100.00 (inc GST) 
(includes bus transfers from the Pullman to Worawa, Morning Tea and Lunch)
Take part in this visit to the College in Healesville to see the school's integrated program at work.  The day will highlight the importance of time, place and culture of the Kulin Nation Peoples as well as a brief overview of the place and history of the Coraderrk land upon which the College is located.
Learn more about Worawa at
Yapaneyepuk Youth Forum 'Making Connections' Spectator Pass - AUD$75.00 (inc GST)
(7.00am - 1.00pm) 
For Symposium Delegates ONLY - All School/ Student Participation requests please email Pam Russell at for registration 
(includes Myki transport card, entry, breakfast and lunch)
This event is targeted at Indigenous and non-Indigenous students who are studying in Years 10, 11 and 12 in Victorian schools.  The Forum provides the opportunity for participants as future leaders, to make connections and explore the inextricable link between cultural identity, wellbeing and consider the objectives of the RECOGNISE Campaign to raise awareness of the need to end the exclusion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples from the Australian Constitution


Rebecca Hammond, Symposium Coordinator

Phone: 0407 325 735 Email:


Pam Russell, Chair, Worawa Academic Reference Group and Symposium Convener

Phone: 0412 312 950  Email: