If you are registering as an individual, on the next page select “Individual”. If you are a couple with no children, register separately for each individual. If there is only one or two paying individuals in your family (children under 4 are free), register separately for each individual.
If you are a family with three or more paying individuals, on the next page select “Create Family”. Please note, when selecting this option, family names have to be unique, so if your family name already exists, a numeral will be added after your name (eg Bloggs 1, Bloggs 2 etc). After you have registered yourself, you will need to register each family member by selecting the "Add a Family Member" button on the Family Summary page.
The Conference is held at Carinya Christian School, Tamworth, 25 Boronia Dr. Main sessions are in the School’s Performing Arts Centre. The Youth Camp, creche, and childrens programs are based in School classrooms. Conference lunches, and all Youth Camp meals are on site.
The School is off Calala Lane, which runs from the New England Highway 4km on the Sydney side of the town centre. About 2km along Calala Lane, there are two entries to the School … the first just past the 60km/h sign, and the second via Boronia Drive, 200m further on.
A staffed creche runs every session for children aged 3 years and under
Programs for juniors (Age 4 to Year 2 at school
) and for primaries (Years 3—6
) run twice each day...
during the second Conference session each morning
during the afternoon sessions on Saturday and Sunday
Children in these age groups join the first Conference session each day.
There is also an all-age sports and activity program between lunch and the afternoon session on Saturday.
A live-in Youth Camp runs on site as an integral part of the Conference and caters for secondary students and others up to age 20.
Youth campers attend all Conference talks and lunches. They enjoy an additional program which includes recreational activities and discussion groups. Breakfasts and dinners are at the camp.
By registering, campers commit to staying on-site for the whole Conference, except where prior arrangements are made with youth camp leaders.
Campers are asked to bring air-bed, pillow, sleeping bag, plates and cutlery, towels, toiletries etc, and a contribution to suppers.
The Camp commences at 8pm on Friday.
Meals and accommodation
Lunches, morning teas and afternoon refreshments are all provided at the Conference. (There is no provision for special dietary needs.)
Limited accommodation is offered in private homes. As this is on a first-booked, first-in basis, please advise early.
Those who elect to stay in motels or caravans are invited freely to enjoy evening meals in the homes of Trinity Church members.
3 meals a day are provided on site for those in the Youth Camp.
For information about the Conference programs, meals, billeting or other accommodation, please contact the Conference secretaries:
Hedley & Wendy Walter
54 Holland St
(02) 6765 7914 or 0414 918 975