Brisbane 26 May | Melbourne 31 May | Sydney and virtual 16 June | Perth 22 June
Green Building Day is an annual event that celebrates all things Green Star and explores our strategy areas through real life Green Star case study examples.
Hear from sustainability innovators, learn from Green Star projects, share knowledge and connect. We will share the latest about the evolution of our Green Star rating tools and examine key challenges such as electrification and sustainable products and procurement.
You will get 6 Green Star CPD points when you attend Green Building Day.
Our in-person events will be held in Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney and Perth. The Sydney event will also be live streamed nationally if you are unable to attend any of the local events in person.
The early bird rate ends at 5:00pm on Friday 29 April.
You are welcome to send a colleague to attend in your place or transfer your registration to the virtual event live-streaming on 16 June by contacting email@example.com. Please inform us if you would like a reduction in the relevant registration fee if you choose to attend virtually. We also recommend booking flexible travel and ensuring the terms or your accommodation are favourable.
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