Where is the conference being held?
SASP 2020 will be hosted at the Rydges Auckland Hotel, 59 Federal Street, Central Auckland, New Zealand.
Where should I stay?
SASP is offering three room options in the Rydges Auckland. Please visit the Hotel Booking page for more details:
The link has already been setup and is directed to the discounted rate – no promo code is needed.
Alternatively, you are welcome to find your own accommodation anywhere locally.
Conference registration includes admittance to the conference (Thursday morning through to Saturday) and the welcome reception (Thursday night), which will be held at the conference venue.
Registration rates are listed below. Please note that these are earlybird rates and will expire on 16th March 2020. The rates will increase by $50 after this date.
For Current SASP Members:
- SASP postgraduate members: $340NZD
- SASP academic members: $450NZD
For non SASP Members (note that the costs for non members are higher by the amount of a 1-year membership to SASP, so please consider becoming a member first and then making your purchase as a SASP member):
- non SASP postgraduate attendee: $390NZD
- non SASP academic attendee (includes anyone who is not a postgraduate student): $550NZD
Will there be a conference dinner?
Yes, the conference dinner will be held at the Vue Restaurant, Grand Mercure Hotel. It will be a buffet-style meal including vegetarian/vegan options and free alcohol for two hours.
Conference Dinner Cost: NZ$110 per person
When: Saturday 18th April 2020
Time: 7:30PM – 9:30PM
Address: 8 Customs Street East, Central Auckland, New Zealand
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