Australia Day Smoking Ceremony
Sunday, 26 January, 2020, 7am
Elder Park (Tarntanya)
The Australia Day Council of South Australia will present free, family friendly events in the Adelaide CBD over the Australia Day long weekend 2020.
The 2020 Smoking Ceremony, ‘Mourning in the Morning’ will be a sincere acknowledgement of our First Nations Peoples. Stand with First Nations Peoples for a ceremony held on Kaurna Country including truth, love respect, hope, sharing and storytelling of our past, present and future.
Australia Day in the City - Parade, Concert, Fireworks
Sunday, 26 January, 2020, 6pm
Elder Park (Tarntanya)
The City of Adelaide in conjunction with the Australia Day Council of SA presents Australia Day in the City – Parade, Concert and Fireworks. The event begins with one of the largest Australia Day Parades in the country commencing at 6pm, led by our First Nations Peoples. The event will include our CFS firefighters, more than 100 community groups, vintage cars, horses, marching bands, a giant echidna, floats, giant characters and includes a fly-past by the RAAF.
After the Parade, 40,000 people join together in Elder Park, Adelaide to watch the Australia Day Concert which starts with a Welcome to Country given by members of the Kaurna Community. The concert will feature Electric Fields, with a performances from Volya Ukrainian Cossack Dancers, G-NAT!ON and the Iwiri Choir and will conclude with a spectacular fireworks display.
SACOME celebrates 40 years of industry advocacy
Monday, 17 February, 2020, 5-7pm
The Gallery Rooftop
In 2020 SACOME is celebrating 40 years of industry advocacy. Please join us to acknowledge this significant milestone at our launch event at The Gallery Rooftop.
Please also save the following dates in your calendar:
Robotics & Automation in Mining
February 26th & 27th, 2020
The Westin, Perth
Robotics and Automation in Mining will discuss pressing issues and challenges facing robotics and automation in mining, and will hear from industry leaders on their latest applications. The event will enable stakeholders to undertake a significant digital review of their business and identify areas in which automation and robotics will add most value.
PDAC 2020 Convention
March 1-4, 2020
PDAC: The World’s Premier Mineral Exploration & Mining Convention, hosted by the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada, is a convention for people, companies and organisations in, or connected with, mineral exploration.
In addition to meeting over 1,100 exhibitors, 2,500 investors and 25,800 attendees from 132 countries, you can attend technical sessions, short courses and networking events. The four-day annual convention held in Toronto, Canada, has grown in size, stature and influence since it began in 1932.
High Temperature Minerals Processing (HiTeMP) Forum
March 16-18, 2020
National Wine Centre
The HiTeMP Forum is a leading global forum fostering the transformation of heavy industry towards net-zero CO2 emissions.
HiTeMP-2 will bring together global leaders from industry, research, investors, non-government agencies and policy makers to chart the pathway for heavy industry toward net-zero CO2 emissions. Early bird registration ends on Monday 4th February.
SAREIC 2020 Conference
April 1-2, 2020
The South Australian Resources and Energy Investment Conference (SAREIC) provides a dedicated platform for mining companies to showcase their businesses in front of key decision-makers within the state’s mining scene.
South Australian Training Awards 2020
September 4, 2020
Adelaide Convention Centre
Applications are now open for the South Australian Training Awards, celebrating the impact of Vocational Education and Training (VET) on our state.
These awards acknowledge the achievements of students, trainers, training providers, schools and employers and deliver a range of activities and initiatives designed to highlight the increasing opportunities available to trainees and apprentices in South Australia.
The year-long program presented by the Training and Skills Commission will culminate in a presentation dinner on Friday 4 September.
In 2020, there will be 12 awards presented - six for individuals and six for organisations - as well as the Voters’ Choice Award, presented to the public’s favourite individual finalist.