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Past Events

SARRAH has hosted a range of events over the years. Click the links below to learn about our past conferences and summits. 

SARRAH Conferences

2018 SARRAH Conference

The 13th SARRAH National Conference was hosted by the Darwin Convention Centre in Darwin Australia and ran from 12-14 September 2018.

2016 SARRAH Conference

The 12th SARRAH National Conference was hosted by the Port Lincoln Hotel in Port Lincoln, Southern Australia and ran from 27-29 October 2016.

2014 SARRAH Conference

The 11th SARRAH National Conference was hosted by Mantra on Salt Beach in New South Wales and ran from 17-20 September 2014.

2012 SARRAH Conference

The 10th SARRAH National Conference was hosted by Hotel Grand Chancellor Launceston in Tasmania and ran from 20-23 September 2012.

2010 SARRAH Conference

The 9th SARRAH National Conference was hosted by the Cable Beach Club Resort and Spa in Broome Western Australia and ran from 20-23 October 2010.

2008 SARRAH Conference

The 8th SARRAH National Conference was hosted by the Rydges Capricorn Resort, Yeppoon in Queensland from 27-30 September 2008.

2006 SARRAH Conference

The 7th SARRAH National Conference was hosted by the Albury Convention Centre in Albury NSW from 13-16 September 2006.

2004 SARRAH Conference

The 6th SARRAH National Conference was hosted by Lassiter’s Convention Centre in Alice Springs from 26-28 August 2004.

SARRAH Summits

2015 SARRAH Summit

The 2015 SARRAH Summit was held from Sunday 11 October to Wednesday 14 October 2015 in Canberra. The Summit which is held every two years provides a forum to discuss, develop and promote strategies to enhance the health and wellbeing of people who live in rural and remote communities.                      

2013 SARRAH Summit

The 2013 Summit's brought SARRAH Members face-to-face with key Parliamentarians to highlight the neglect of allied health services across Australia. Delegates personally presented their own case studies that highlighted the impact of under resourcing of allied health people residing in the bush.