Delegate Registration Information

Single Delegate

$ 10,200
  • The Consilium registration fee is $10,200 for single participant.
  • The fee covers Consilium sessions, social activities, papers and conference meals.

Delegate & Spouse / Partner

$ 11,400
  • Additional $1,200.
  • Spouse / partners are welcome to attend all sessions, in a designated section of the conference seating arrangement. Shared microphones will be provided for questions and contributions.

Millennial Guest

$ 1,200
  • Delegates are encouraged to bring an additional young guest at a special price of $1,200. Millennial guests are welcome to attend all sessions, with plenary session seating provided in the partner's gallery.
  • Limit to 10 places. Priority to first-time millennial guests.

All fees are inclusive of GST. Credit card payments incur an additional 1.75% surcharge.

For all delegate registrations, please note that travel and accommodation bookings are not included in the Consilium fee. 

Cancellation and Refunds

We urge you to register by Friday, 26 July 2019.

In the event of cancellation before 26 July, a refund (less an administration fee of $250) may be arranged; however, we are unable to issue refunds after this date.

Please note that as places are limited we will accept registrations in order of receipt.

Director and Founder of the Centre for Independent Studies

Professor of Public Policy and Director, Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis in the Crawford School of Public Policy at the Australian National University


Sociologist, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Sydney.
Author of The New Authoritarianism

Director, Free Market Foundation, (Hungary)

Health Director, Health and BioSecurity, CSIRO

Director and Founder, Academy of Ideas, London, (UK)

Founder and CEO, Cognoscenti Group

Executive Director, The New Zealand Initiative (NZ)

Australian writer and columnist for the News Limited Press

Research Director, CIS

Programme Co-ordinator of the Masters of Urban and Regional Planning, The University of Western Australia

Chinese Canadian human rights advocate

Senior Research Fellow, Culture, Prosperity & Civil Society Program, CIS

CEO and Founding Director, China Matters

Former Liberal member of the Australian House of Representatives and Cabinet Minister

Pro Vice-Chancellor Arts and Academic Culture, and Professor of History, Australian Catholic University

Cancer researcher and clinical oncologist, with Genesis Care Newcastle

Founder and President, Middle East Forum, publisher Middle East Quarterly Journal, (US)

Professor of Economics, University of Melbourne

Senior Research Fellow and Director, Culture, Prosperity & Civil Society Program, CIS

Internationally acclaimed novelist and journalist, (US)

Head of Economic Research, Reserve Bank of Australia

Executive Director, CIS

Professor of Economics at Stanford University; Senior Fellow in Economics at the Hoover Institution and Chair of the Working Group on Economic Policy, (US)

UQ-CSIRO Chair in Personalised Nanodiagnostics, Professorial Research Fellow, School of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences, University of Queensland

Diplomat, American Board of Pathology

Minister for Population, Cities and Urban Infrastructure

Liberal Party Member for Berowra

Australia’s Ambassador to China from 2007 to 2011, Chairman & CEO of Geoff Raby and Associates Ltd based in Beijing

Director of China and Free Societies program, CIS

Senior Research Scholar, Marron Institute of Urban Management, New York University, (US)