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Roads Australia Event Details

RA Annual Luncheon with Chris Steel (Canberra)

09/12/2021 12:00 to 09/12/2021 14:30

Venue: QT
Details:

There will be no bigger event on RA’s Canberra calendar in 2021 than our Annual Lunch! We're pleased to be joined by Chris Steel, Minister for Transport and City Services, Skills and Special Minister of State. 

This event always sells out quickly - and will do so even more rapidly this year, as there is maximum capacity for the event due to local COVID guidelines and requirements, which will be strictly observed.

 

Date:      Thursday 9 December 2021 (Please note the date change from 17 Nov)

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

Where:   QT, 1 London Cct, Canberra

Diet:       Please inform us if you have special dietary requirements

 

BOOKING OPTIONS

Members Seat -  $209 (inc GST)

Member Table (8 Seats) - $1672 (inc GST)

Non Member Seat - $271.70 (inc GST) 

Non Member Corporate Tables (8 Seats) - $2173.60 (inc GST) 

Due to COVID capacity restrictions, this year will look a little different as we are limiting this event to RA Members only at this stage

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 events@roads.org.au directly to secure one of these complimentary seats.

Please find our Event and Booking guide here.

 

OUR SPONSOR

   

 

OUR SPEAKER

Chris Steel - Minister for Transport and City Services, Skills and Special Minister for State

Chris Steel is a Member for Murrumbidgee in the ACT Legislative Assembly, representing the districts of the Woden Valley, Weston Creek, the Molonglo Valley and Kambah.

Chris is a Southside local, and was elected to the Assembly in October 2016.

In August 2018 Chris became a member of Cabinet in the ACT Government.  He is currently responsible for the following portfolios:

Minister for Transport and City Services

Minister for Skills

Special Minister of State

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.

He has worked extensively in the area of early childhood reform including the introduction of the National Quality Agenda, and universal access to early childhood education.

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