Wednesday 7th & Thursday 8th June, 2023

Industry speakers and technical presentations, displays and maybe a DEMO or two! Join us for two days in early June that will be filled with stimulating presentations from composites practitioners and thought-leaders.

With a focus on ‘Acting on Vision’, attending will help you gain insight, hone skills, make connections and shape new ideas. Speakers and presentation topics are carefully curated to cover an array of industry and technology case studies. This unique conference will provide a strategic insight into a wide range of aspects associated with operating and growing a composites business and collaborating with composite companies.


Pre Conference: Tuesday 6th June 2023
Phar Lap Room, Level 1, Morphettville Racecourse
4:00 pm: Pre-registration & set-up
6p – 8:00 pm: Welcome reception

Conference Day 1: Wednesday 7th June, 2023
Phar Lap Room, Level 2, Morphettville Racecourse
8:00 am: Arrival, tea/coffee and registration
10:00 am: Conference commences
5:45 pm: Conference finishes for the day
6:00 pm: Tram or ride share to dinner venue

Conference Dinner: Wednesday 7th June, 2023
Glenelg Surf Life Saving Club, The Foreshore, Glenelg, SA 5045.
6:30 pm: Conference dinner

Conference Day 2: Thursday 8th June, 2023
7:30 – 09:30 am SITE TOUR: RPC Pipe Systems, 11 Christie Road, Lonsdale, SA, 5160
9:30 am: Return to Phar Lap Room, Level 2, Morphettville Racecourse
10:00 am: Conference commences
4:30 pm: Conference close, followed by farewell refreshments

Featuring presentations from brave creative souls who are on a journey to crack the commercialisation ceiling, as well as how material science and the properties of advanced composites can solve everyday challenges. Industry leaders will share their insights and perspectives on the sector across various market segments. Explore the next generation of composite practitioners, applications and the raft of programs available to assist industry and research & development.

Conference brochure coming soon.

Carrier braiding machine
The composite pedestrian bridge at Ballin Drive in Toowoomba, built by Wagners.