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Our full list of events and programmes for 2018 can be found here.

Upcoming events

    • 19 Apr 2018
    • 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
    • McCullough Robertson Lawyers, Level 11, 66 Eagle Street, Brisbane

    The CEO forum provides an avenue for CEOs in Queensland to openly discuss issues affecting their roles, councils and wider community. 

    The guest presenters include; Brendan Worrall, Auditor General - Queensland Audit Office, Ben Moles- LGIAsuper, McCullough Robertson Lawyers as well as the ever-popular CEO Discussion.

    Come along to meet like-minded professionals to network, collaborate and share experiences and ideas. Places are limited.

    For more information on this event, please see the Programme and manual registration form in the link below.

    CEO Forum Programme and Registration April 2018.pdf

    • 19 Apr 2018
    • 6:30 PM - 11:59 PM
    • Shangri-La Gardens, Wynnum

    LGMA Queensland is proud to present the 2018 Awards for Excellence.
    This event aims to acknowledge and celebrate the achievements of local government in Queensland.
     The following Award categories will be presented during the night:

    • Sustainability
    • Innovation
    • Above and Beyond
    • Doing more with Less
    • Community Shaping
    • Teamwork
    • Collaboration
    • Workplace Wellbeing
    • Winner 2018 LGMA Management Challenge (Queensland)


    • 20 Apr 2018
    • 8:00 AM - 3:15 PM
    • Sebel Quay West, 132 Alice Street, Brisbane

    The purpose of the Communicate Fraud Control Awareness Workshop is to bring together CEOs and executive level management across the state to provide practical solutions to what have become everyday issues with sensible practical input.  Each participant will have the opportunity to explore a different perspective for the day, put life skills to the test and learn each others' experiences.

    Communicating Fraud Control Awareness Workshop for CEOs and Managers_opt.pdf

    Accommodation and Parking

    Brisbane CBD
    The Pullman and Mercure Brisbane King George Square is a contemporary 5-star hotel in Brisbane, located in the heart of Brisbane CBD, offering a wide range of luxury accommodation options. Guests may select between 5-star luxury guestrooms and the Mercure tower with 4-star hotel rooms.  The hotel is located on the corner of Ann and Roma Streets (opposite King George Square) and is a short walk to the Brisbane Transit Centre and Central Station.  This hotel is an eleven- minute walk (850 metres) to the Sebel Quay West Brisbane in Alice Street.

    The hotel has kindly offered 10% discount off the best available rate at the time of booking (best available rate as advertised on www.accorhotels.com).  Available 18-20 April 2018.

    Please use the following when booking through the Accor Hotels site:

    Company code: AS358715
    Access code: LO326AU655

    (When you make your reservation, just enter your customer code and your access code in block capitals)

    Workshop Venue – The Sebel Quay West Brisbane

    The Sebel Quay West Brisbane is a stylishly appointed hotel in the heart of Brisbane city, offering guests spacious 1,2 and 3 bedroom apartments with magnificent views of the City Botanical Gardens, Brisbane River and the iconic Kangaroo Point Cliffs.

    One Bedroom apartments are available from $244.00 each per night (quote LGMA when booking)

    Reservations: Freecall 1800 672 726 or Email H8783@accor.com

    A-la-carte breakfast is $22.00 per person.

    Hotel Parking is $28.00 per 24 hours – ensure to let the hotel know if you need parking when you book your accommodation


    Parking Station near The Sebel Quay West Brisbane

    Secure Parking 126 Margaret Street Brisbane



    • 16 May 2018
    • 8:30 AM
    • 17 May 2018
    • 4:30 PM
    • Longreach Civic and Cultural Centre, 96A Eagle Street, Longreach Queensland
    This interactive, 2-day forum will simulate the role of a local government CEO who is starting in a new council. Focussing on the must do’s in the critical first 100 days in the job, you will explore the broad range of local government activity and where priority might need to be placed.
    Working with the speakers and other participants, you will discuss:
    • What are the things you need to know about how councils operate;
    • Where should you put your early focus;
    • How do you engage support from elected members; and
    • What do you need to do to start the culture off on the right footing?
    Hear from CEOs and other technical specialists about what they would recommend and what they have experienced. This Forum will broaden your understanding of Queensland local government, the scope and breadth of activity, the responsibilities of CEOs and how to balance the varied needs of stakeholders: above, below and external.



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