2022 WA State NRM and Coastal Conference. 20-22 September, Mandurah

Speakers Portal

Everything you need to know as a speaker at the 2022 State Natural Resource Management & Coastal Conference. Bookmark this page, we’ll continue to update it with relevant information!

Key Dates

Friday, 15 Jul

Early bird registrations end

Friday 29, Jul

All presenters registered

Monday, 1 Aug

Finalised program announced

Friday, 16 Sept

Final deadline for submission of PowerPoint and related presentation materials

Tuesday, 20 Sept

Conference Start

We’d love for you to share our conference with your audience! Below we have included some downloadable materials as well as relevant links to help you promote your presentation on whichever media channel you prefer. To download the material, please click the button and then save the image.

You can post the speaker badge to your social media, or share the program with your friends and colleagues. Make sure you tag the NRM & Coastal Conference when sharing, and use the hashtag #NRMCC22

Via the button below, please upload your PowerPoint presentation in widescreen (16:9) pptx. format by c.o.b Friday, 16th of September. This ensures we have ample time to review your presentation and test it on the venue systems. While you may bring an updated copy on a USB to the conference, our preference is to have the final version in advance to minimise stress on the AV team and event staff during the event.

The draft program has been shared with you. Please let Florian (florian@partnerandprosper.com.au) know if the allocated timing doesn’t work for you. Note, the program is tentative and subject to change by the organisers.

Oral Presentation

If you are presenting an oral presentation, your 15 – minute presentation is exclusive of Q&A. If you wish to engage in Q&A, we suggest allocating 2 – 3 additional minutes to facilitate deeper discussion. We will be timekeeping on the day, but it is important speakers manage their own time to provide the optimal experience for all speakers and delegates.

Lightning Presentation

Lightning presentations are flexible in their presentation style. You may choose to have slides, play a video, or simply speak for 5 minutes. It is up to you. Lightning presenters will not receive time for Q&A during their session and you are encouraged to connect with delegates during breaks to further conversation.

Poster Presentation

Poster presenters are encouraged to stand with their posters during breaks, to network and present their content with interested attendees. Posters will be placed at high-foot traffic areas in the venue, like the exhibition space, to ensure maximum visibility.

Accepted posters must be printed by the authors as an A1 portrait (width 594 mm x height 841 mm) document and brought to the Conference by the presenting author. Fixing material will be provided and you will receive a spot on the art gallery wall to stick your poster too. To have your poster included in the conference, you must purchase a registration.

Interaction / Engagement

We are looking at several ways to increase interactivity with our audience and will be in touch soon regarding options closer to the date.

Venue Details


Mandurah Performing Arts Centre (ManPac) 

9 Ormsby Terrace, Mandurah WA 6210

Transport & Parking

Free parking surrounds the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre. Alternatively, public transport options including a train for Perth to Mandurah, and bus from train station to venue are available. You can learn more here.


Mandurah has ample accommodation options including hotels, apartments, and Airbnbs, many of which are just a few minutes’ walk from the venue.

Map of area surrounding Mandurah Performing Arts Centre

Contact List

First Point of Contact

Florian Yates

Conference Organiser, Partner&Prosper

08 9443 3468 / 0411 980 314


Second Point of Contact

Michelle Kite

Conference Director, City of Mandurah

08 9550 3846  / 0437 793 847  


Third Point of Contact

Jan Bryson

Conference Organiser, Partner&Prosper

08 9443 3468