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FEDERATION OF ASIAN SMALL ANIMAL VETERINARY ASSOCIATIONS CONGRESS 2017

  1. Learn from the best international speakers, as well as a variety of Australian speakers, all experts in their fields - Cardiorespiratory: Lynelle Johnson, Fiona Meyers-Campbell, Niek Beijerink  Clinical pathology and principles of medicine: Jill Maddison, Sue Foster, Graham Swinney  Dentistry: Curt Coffman, Loic Legendre, Ruth Barthel, Anthony Caiafa  Dermatology: Sonya Bettenay, Ralf Mueller, Linda Vogelnest  Emergency: Sarah Haldane, Dez Hughes, Terry King  Endocrinology: Dennis Chew, David Church, Darren Merrett  Feline Medicine: Andrea Harvey, Vanessa Barrs, Carolyn O’Brien  Gastroenterology: Caroline Mansfield, Stanley Marks, David Twedt  Imaging: Cathy Beck, Zoe Lenard  Infectious Disease: Michael Lappin, Vanessa Barrs, Julia Beatty, Jill Maddison  Neurology: Richard LeCouteur, Georgina Child, Sam Long  Oncology: Peter Bennett, Tony Moore, Rod Straw  Ophthalmology: Mark Billson, Anna Deykin, David Maggs, Robin Stanley  Surgery: Daniel Brockman, Catriona MacPhail, Jason Beck, Stephen Fearnside, Andrew Marchevsky, Phil Moses  Urogenital: David Senior, Dennis Chew  Unusual pets and avian: Hamish Baron, Brendan Carmel, Bob Doneley, Anne Fawcett, David Neck, Annabelle Olsson, Lizzie Selby, Gerry Skinner, Tegan Stephens, Alex Rosenwax, Shangzhe Xie  Nursing: Trish Farry, Tinika Gillespie, Philip Judge, Terry King, Patricia Newton, Anita Parkin, Lisa Partel, Rebekah Scotney, Rod Straw, Robert Webster, Layla Wilkinson

Getting to the FASAVA 2017 Congress couldn’t be easier with access via two major international airports as well as effortless road access from Queensland’s capital, Brisbane.

The FASAVA 2017 Congress is serviced by two major airports. Gold Coast Airport is conveniently located 30 minutes from the city centre and offers extensive domestic and international services. Direct flights to and from all Australian capital cities and regional areas, plus the majority of metropolitan centre are readily available. The airport operates from 4:30am each day with an average of more than 350 direct flights per week.

Brisbane domestic and international airport is less than one hour’s drive north from the city centre via the M1. Brisbane International Airport is open 24 hours a day and currently has more than 3,000 direct international flights per week to and from major destinations.

Airport transfers

For delegates requiring airport transfers, a wide range of coach, bus, taxi and hire car services are available from both Coolangatta and Brisbane airports.

From Gold Coast Airport
For details of transfers from Gold Coast Airport click here.

From Brisbane Airport
For details of transfers from Brisbane Airport click here.

Buses

Surfside Buslines service the Gold Coast 24 hours a day at four to five minute intervals during peak periods. Surfside also transports visitors to all Gold Coast theme parks.
Ph: +61 7 5571 6555
Web: www.surfside.com.au

Taxis

Gold Coast Cabs service the Gold Coast.
Ph: 131 008
Web: www.gccabs.com.au

G:link light rail

The Gold Coast light rail system is a 13 kilometre corridor connecting Griffith University to Broadbeach, passing through the key activity centres of Southport and Surfers Paradise. For timetables and fares visit www.translink.com.au or www.ridetheg.com.au.

Go explore card

The Gold Coast go explore card offers tourists and visitors a simple and flexible option to travel on TransLink buses and trams on the Gold Coast. Available for adults for $15 and children for $7.50, passengers can access one day unlimited travel on all TransLink Gold Coast bus and tram services. This includes the G:, route 777 with multiple stops between the airport and Broadbeach South station and theme park TX services.

The Gold Coast go explore card is available for purchase by hotels and ticketing desks from Ticketmates. Consumers can buy the Gold Coast go explore card from hotels, select 7-Elevens, a number of retail outlets on the Gold Coast or online.

Visit www.translink.com.au/goexplore to find out more.

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Gold Coast images courtesy of Gold Coast Tourism