National Surveying Congress

 

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17-18 June 2021

The Westin Perth

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About National Surveying Congress

We are pleased to confirm the new dates for the National Surveying Congress 2021 - June 17,18 in Perth, Western Australia.

The theme this year is "Crossing Borders" which we all hope to do following the pandemic.  This event provides an opportunity for Surveyors from across Australia to gather and discuss the issues facing the profession and the opportunities for the future as Consulting Surveyors. The highlight of our program each year is the Cadastral Leaders Panel which sees all the Surveyors-General on stage speaking about changes and opportunities in their states and territories and what we can all learn through ICSM plans. And we will be offering an online option which has become the new normal!

You are invited to come and take part in this nationally-significant congress and enjoy this international city. The congress gives Surveyors the opportunity to see the sights of PERTH with their partners and family.

The National Surveying Consultancy Excellence Awards and Gala Dinner will be held on 18th June 2021.

 

 

About the Organiser

Consulting Surveyors National (CSN) represents the private sector of the land surveying profession in Australia. It recognises the strong heritage and diverse skills within Surveying businesses which have led to the evolution and growth of new disciplines.  CSN embraces the broader definition of Surveying and the environment within which surveying businesses operate.​

The impetus for the establishment of Consulting Surveyors National has evolved from an alliance between Consulting Surveyors NSW (ACS NSW) and Consulting Surveyors Victoria (CSV).  And in 2020 we welcomed Consulting Surveyors South Australia (CSSA).  CSN also has a significant number of members from Queensland who we support through the Queensland Surveyors Network (QSN) and we welcome members from Western Australia, Tasmania, the Northern Territory and Australian Capital Territory directly.  The goodwill that developed between these associations via the sharing of ideas reinforced that, even though the legislative frameworks of the states are derived from parochial influences, there are many areas of common interest and numerous opportunities for collaboration - such as a national congress.

Internationally we are also pleased to partner with the Professional Surveyors of Canada (PSC-GPC) and Consulting Surveyors New Zealand.

​CSN has now committed to holding a National Congress each year and are pleased to be heading to Perth in June on the topic of CROSSING BORDERS