Why Gadigal Country (Sydney)?

Gadigal Country (Sydney), with its breath-taking harbour views and vibrant cultural scene, sets the stage for a conference like no other. Immerse yourself in the unique charm of the city as you explore cutting-edge ideas and valuable collaborative opportunities at HIV&AIDS 2024.

What Gadigal Country (Sydney) Offers:

  • Inspiring Venue: Our conference venue, set against the backdrop of Darling Harbour, provides the perfect environment for collaboration and discovery. 
  •  Local Insights: Tap into the rich tapestry of Sydney's business and creative communities, gaining valuable insights from local experts. 
  •  Networking in Style: Connect with professionals amid Sydney's iconic skyline, fostering relationships that go beyond the conference.

Explore the iconic Sydney Opera House

Conquer the Sydney Harbour Bridge

Enjoy Bondi Beach's vibrant surf culture

Admire the Royal Botanic Garden
through the lens of the Gadigal

Encounter Wildlife at Taronga Zoo

Dive deep at Sea Life Darling Harbour

Put your sailors hat on at the Australian
National Maritime Museum

Jump aboard the Mari Nawi (Big Canoe) with Tribal Warrior Cultural Cruises

Release your inner child at Luna Park

Learn about the native history of
Warrane (Sydney Harbour) with 

Aboriginal Cultural Tours Barangaroo

Immerse yourself at the Museum of
Contemporary Art

Be inspired at the Art Gallery of NSW

Visit https://www.sydney.com/ for information about how to make the most out of your stay.

Secure Your Sydney Experience: Early bird registration is open! Check registration information page here. Seize the opportunity to be part of this exclusive event in one of the world's most picturesque cities.

Stay in Style: Take advantage of our specially negotiated rates with Sydney's top hotels, ensuring a comfortable and convenient stay. Visit our accommodation page here

All Location Image Credits: Destination NSW

We acknowledge that the conference is being held the traditional lands of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples' continuing connection to land, water, and community and we pay our respects to Elders past and present. ASHM acknowledges Sovereignty in this country has never been ceded. It always was, and always will be, Aboriginal land.