Perth 23 May | Brisbane 31 May | Adelaide 6 June | Melbourne 15 June | Sydney 22 June | Virtual 22 June
Green Building Day is back for 2023! Join us in your capital city, or at our virtual event, for an immersive experience that will deep dive into key strategy areas through a local and national lens.
Learn about the latest updates in Green Star and discover how they are working in practice, listen to the latest and most innovative case studies from around the country and hear from industry experts who will share their experience and learnings on key challenges in the built environment.
From embodied carbon, electrification, nature and biodiversity and more, this is your chance to connect, engage and further your knowledge on all things Green Star.
You will get 5-6 Green Star CPD points when you attend Green Building Day.
Follow each city's link to view their full agenda.
We've curated an exciting agenda across all states to showcase plans and progress towards the race to achieving our climate goals and building a greener, more equitable future.
Our in-person events will be held in Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Perth and Adelaide. 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 Friday, 28 April 2023, 5pm.
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