Wildlife Transmitters and Tracking Systems

In addition to the regular conferences all listed below, we will be planning workshop presentations at various locations, both in conjunction with conferences and as personalised events.

Presently in planning, we are hoping to be able to cater for a wide range of locales.


We are hoping to be able to provide presentations in all major cities, as well as the larger rural centres, particularly on the east coast.


​If you would to arrange a workshop/presentation in your area, please do not hesitate to contact us.


12th International Mammalogical Congress        

Advances in mammalogy in a changing world


​Perth, Western Australia, 9 - 14 July 2017


On behalf of the International Federation of Mammalogists and the Australian Mammal Society Inc., the Organising Committee is pleased to invite you to attend the 12th International Mammalogical Congress, to be held in July 2017 in a unique part of the world: Perth, in Australia’s southwest.

17th Australasian Vertebrate Pest Conference, 1-4 May 2017, Hotel Realm, Canberra ACT.


The need for innovative and evidence based approaches to vertebrate pest animal management is imperative for providing solutions for Australian farmers, land managers, industry and government.


2017 Events for Advanced Telemetry Systems Australia

EcoTAS 2017 , the joint conference of the

Ecological Society of Australia, and the New Zealand Ecological Society


26 November - 1 December 2017 - Cypress lakes Conference Centre, Hunter Valley, NSW


The Ecological Society of Australia and the New Zealand Ecological Society are delighted to announce EcoTAS 2017, the sixth joint meeting organised by the two societies. Bridging the Tasman every four years, this combined annual meeting always delivers top-quality ecological science drawn from all ecological subdisciplines from throughout Australasia and beyond.


AWMS 2017 Conference


 5 - 8 December, Katoomba, NSW Australia


The Carrington Hotel  


The Australasian Wildlife Management Society promotes the use of science to identify appropriate wildlife management principles and practices, to develop plans of management and to implement and review these plans within a social, environmental, economic and political context. 

People involved in this process include research scientists, educators, wildlife managers, and extension, interpretation and policy professionals


Advanced Telemetry Systems Australia

Australasian Ornithological Conference

​8th - 11th November 2017

The conference will be held at Deakin University, Waterfront Campus in Geelong, Victoria.

A conference for BirdLife Australia, Birds New Zealand, and all those interested in the study and conservation of Australasian birds.