Australia reopened its borders to vaccinated overseas travellers on 21 February, welcoming in tourists and visa holders for the first time in almost two years.
This announcement has been welcome news for the organisers and attendees of No-Dig Down Under, which has had to be postponed more than once due to uncertain interstate and international border conditions.
The conference and exhibition will be held at Sydney’s International Convention Centre from Tuesday 14 June – Friday 17 June.
The Australasian Society for Trenchless Technology (ASTT) is thrilled with the news that the convention can be shared with industry partners all over the world.
“It’s been a very challenging time for everyone involved and we look forward to running the exhibition and conference at a time when all of industry can come together for this critical event,” Crosby said.
No-Dig is only large scale conference and exhibition dedicated to trenchless technology in the Southern Hemisphere.
For 15 years, it has drawn visitors from interstate and overseas to celebrate the best brains and most advanced technology the industry has to offer.
The exhibition trade show is free to attend, and specialist training courses are available to both members and non-members of the ASTT.
Register to attend via the No-Dig Downunder website.