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Roads Australia Event Details

RA Annual Luncheon with Chris Steel (Canberra)

20/11/2019 12:00 to 20/11/2019 14:30

Venue: Parliament House
Details:We're very pleased to bring the Roads Australia Annual Lunch roadshow to Canberra for the first time, where we'll be joined by Minister Chris Steel to reflect on the year that was and what's coming up in the ACT roads and transport space in 2020.

This event is a great opportunity to host your clients so book early to secure your corporate tables or seats.

 

Date:      Wednesday 20 November

Time:     12 noon pre-lunch drinks for a 12.30pm prompt sit down; 2.30pm close

Where:   Parliament House (Murray Room), Parliament Drive, Canberra

Diet:       Please inform us if you have special dietary requirements

 

BOOKING OPTIONS

Members Seat - $209 (inc GST)

Non Members Seat - $271.70 (inc GST) 

Member Corporate Tables (10 Seats) - $2090 (inc GST)  Limit of 1 table per company

Non Member Corporate Tables (10 Seats) - $2717 (inc GST)  Limit of 1 table per company

Roads Australia offers 5 free seats to members on maternity/paternity leave for every Industry Lunch or Forum on a first-in, best dressed basis. Please email rachael@roads.org.au directly to secure one of these complimentary seats.

 

OUR SPEAKER

Chris Steel MLA, Minister for Transport and Minister for Roads and Active Travel

Chris is a Member for Murrumbidgee in the ACT Legislative Assembly and has represented the districts of the Woden Valley, Weston Creek, the Molonglo Valley and Kambah since 2016.

Since August 2018 Chris has also served as a Cabinet Minister in the ACT Government and is currently responsible for the portfolios of Transport, City Services, Multicultural Affairs,Roads and Active Travel, and Recycling and Waste Reduction

Prior to entering politics, Chris was an education advocate at peak body Early Childhood Australia and has previously worked in both the Australian Government and ACT Government focusing on a range of social policy areas.

 

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