Connections 2019

Registrations for Connections 2019


Join us at our 3rd national conference for disorders of the Corpus Callosum.

This conference will be a family camp at a fully accessible, all abilities camp in Perth.

Click on the green buttons above for program details and updates



May 10th to 12th 2019

Arrival and conference check-in begin Friday, 2pm, May 10, 2019

The event concludes Sunday afternoon at approximately 4.30pm.



Perth, Western Australia

Point Walter Recreation and Function Centre

1 Stock Rd, Bicton WA 6157


Rooms are mostly rooms of 4  and contain 2 bunk beds (a few, without ensuites, can have a maximum of 5 which includes one bed). Some rooms have ensuites and some share a bathroom with another room.

Prices vary depending on the size of room required and whether you are an AusDoCC Member.

Sharing a room with family and friends gives access to a cheaper option 

All accommodation is now fully booked. Day registrations available. Extended until May 2, 11a.m.

Registration + Accommodation Price Includes:

  • All conference sessions on Saturday and Sunday,
  • All food - including Friday dinner to Sunday afternoon tea (dinners, breakfasts, lunches and morning & afternoon teas) for full weekend registration with accommodation
  • A variety of fabulous night time activities and entertainment
  • All- abilities, camp adventure activities
  • Conference materials
  • 2 nights accommodation
  • (Kids prices include Kids' Club, all other activities and all meals)

Not a member? Join now and enjoy the $50 discount*

*Each registered adult must be a member to receive the discount. Membership is a once off, $20 fee and is ongoing. Join up and enjoy the discount.


Full payment will be required upon booking - Preferred payment is Bank Transfer but PayPal also available, which has debit or credit card options. Scroll down for registration options.

Important Messages.

1. Daytime Registrations only
2. Registrations extended to May 1
3. One-to-one appointments with key speakers are all filled. Please don't fill in that section when booking.


Saturday extra event - AMAZING BRAINS CONNECT 2019

We still have places for the separate scientific event being run for health and education professionals on Saturday afternoon , Amazing Brains Connect.  Registration to Connections 2019 allows any professional, free entry but you must register by following this link  and clicking here 

1 Person Room

Day registrations only

Adult Non members - $460
Adult AusDoCC members - $410
Child ages 2 and under - $40
(includes cot hire)

2 Person Room

Bookings Closed
Day registrations only

Adult Non members - $405
Adult AusDoCC members - $355
Child ages 3-17 - $230
Child ages 2 and under - $40
(includes cot hire)

3-5 Person Room

Bookings closed
Day registrations only

Adult Non members - $385
Adult AusDoCC members - $335
Child ages 3-17 - $225
Child ages 2 and under - $40
(includes cot hire)


Conference Only
Saturday & Sunday Package
No Accommodation
Includes Saturday dinner & evening entertainment


Adult Non members - $320
Adult AusDoCC members - $270
Child ages 3-17 - $150


Companion cards will be accepted for adults with a DCC who would not otherwise be able to attend alone.

  • Card must be in the name of the adult with a DCC
  • Companion attends primarily to assist the adult with a DCC where appropriate 
  • Adult with DCC completes a paid registration and the companion is free. Includes meals and accommodation.
  • After completing paid registration contact AusDoCC for a companion ticket - 
  • If you are applying for support funding from sources such as NDIS, DHS etc please contact to generate the most appropriate invoice for payment.

Connections 2019 conference aims:

  • to present a comprehensive, inclusive program of the most current science, best professional practice and first-hand lived experiences
  • to provide an opportunity for individuals with ACC, their families and professionals to make connections and share experiences in a supportive, enjoyable environment
  • to provide an opportunity to advance knowledge about corpus callosum disorders
  • to provide both a family and individually focused program, building capacity to access management, supports and inclusion
  • to have positive and practical impacts for everyone associated with ACC
  • to bring together researchers, clinicians, service providers, supports and community members to build networks
  • for all attendees to gain a greater understanding of the corpus callosum and the causes, impacts and management of ACC