36th Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium

The committee are crafting a high calibre program with authors from more than ten countries across the globe covering all areas hydrology and water resources.

The symposium is expected to attract over 250 participants, including academics, researchers, government practitioners, industry experts, and students. Symposium attendees have a shared purpose devoted to hydrology, water engineering and related areas in water resources management.

Our water industry has seen significant change over the last decade with the introduction of recycling, water efficiency gains of 40%, and many cities now having a desalination plant. We anticipate that change will continue, particularly as our population is forecast to double over the next fifty years.

Ozwater is Australia's international water conference and trade exhibition, and is run annually by the Australian Water Association. This highly regarded event has built a strong reputation for being the leading event on the calendar for water industry professionals and those with a commercial interest in water. The last event, Ozwater'15, attracted over 3000 participants.

Welcome to the 2016 Irrigation Australia Exhibition to be held between Tuesday 24 – Thursday 26 May at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, Victoria, Australia. The exhibition is a great opportunity for visitors to view the latest innovations, emerging technologies and products that are available in the irrigation industry.

Australian Water Association’s Innovation Forum & Expo

Exhibitor Opportunities

The Australian Water Association’s Innovation Forum & Expo is a platform to share water innovation across industries, providing a showcase of best practice solutions.The venue provides excellent access for exhibitors to bring in equipment to their expo stand and, exhibitors have access to the forum style events due to then open plan design of the event.

Draft Program, click

The global redistribution of our planets’ species is widely recognised as a fingerprint of climate change, however, the mechanisms that underpin such range shifts are poorly understood. Additionally, the pervasiveness of range shifts, from poles to the equator, and depths of oceans to tops of mountains, provides us with unique opportunity to advance our theory of biogeography, evolutionary ecology and macroecology.

The fourth Australian Young Water Professionals in Research and Practice Conference is a cobranded eventpresented by the Australian Water Association and the International Water Association.

As a response to further reductions to research funding in Australia, the conference theme is Connect.Collaborate. Create.