After a challenging two years we can’t wait to be together again in-person. But, as much as we would like to have our whole community join us, we understand that for some attending in-person may not be possible.
However, unfortunately, we will not be offering full virtual attendance for Coda22.
The logistical constraints of the program running over four days (with an exhibition and workshops in multiple spaces), combined with the significant cost to facilitate a virtual event, as well as time zone constraints (making it hard for our international friends to join in real-time) led us to believe that virtual attendance just won’t do the event justice.
In saying that, we will be considering live streaming some key sessions across the main two days for free on our channels. In addition to this, as always, all of our content from the event will be released for free throughout the year (via podcasts and videos).
Whether you can attend in-person or not, we hope to see you on socials and to share the love from Coda22.
If you would like to submit an EOI for the sessions and/or speakers that you’d like to see live streamed, please complete this form.
The Coda Party will be held at the South Wharf Promenade, please find the entrance at Munich Bauhaus – 45 S Wharf Promenade, South Wharf VIC 3006.
Date: Tuesday 13 September 2022
Venue: South Wharf Promenade
Time: 1900 – 2300
Cost: Included in full delegate registration
Student tickets do not include access to the party. Tickets can be purchased separately.
Guest: $150.00 per person
We will be applying to the following bodies for Coda 2022 accreditation:
- Australian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM)
- Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM)
- Australian & New Zealand College of Anaesthetists (ANZCA)
- College of Intensive Care Medicine of Australia and New Zealand (CICM)
- Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP)
The Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre is the first convention centre in the world to be awarded the 6-Star Green Star environmental rating by the Green Building Council of Australia. They strive to be leaders in sustainable business practice.
For more information on MCEC’s commitment to sustainability, click here
The Coda Event Partners have negotiated special accommodation rates for Coda delegates. All properties are within walking distance to the MCEC. Accommodation can be booked through the online registration system when registration opens. Please note that full prepayment will be required for all accommodation bookings by Sunday 10 July 2022 or may be released. After Thursday 10 August accommodation bookings can be made directly with the hotels.
All prices quoted below are in Australian Dollars (AUD).
2 Convention Centre Pl, South Wharf VIC 3006
Deluxe King or Family Queen Room – $299 per night (room only)
8 Whiteman St, Southbank VIC 3006
Deluxe – $375.00 per night (room only)
8 Whiteman St, Southbank VIC 3006
Luxe – $265.00 per night (room only)
1-5 Spencer St, Melbourne VIC 3008
Standard King Room – $260.00 per night (room only)
35-47 City Rd, Melbourne VIC 3006
Standard Guest Room (Twin/Queen) – $190.00 with 1 breakfast included
ACCOMMODATION TERMS & CONDITIONS
- Rates are per room per night and are room only (except Holiday Inn Express Melbourne Southbank), using existing bedding. Please contact the CODA Event Partner for a quote on rollaway beds and additional linen.
- The hotel will issue you with a tax invoice upon departure
- All hotels will require a credit card from each guest upon check-in to cover any additional charges that are the responsibility of the guest
- Full pre-payment for all accommodation bookings is required by Sunday 10 July 2022. Bookings not fully prepaid by this date risk being cancelled
- All changes and cancellations must be provided in writing to the Coda Event Partner by Sunday 10 July 2022. Guests may be charged for all or part of the booking if cancellation is received within after this date.
- After Thursday 10 August 2022, all accommodation bookings will need to be made directly with the hotel
We are pleased to offer an onsite Kids Club which will be available from Sunday 11 September – Wednesday 14 September. Keep an eye on the Coda website for more information.
Info coming soon.
Code of Conduct
Please find below the Coda code of conduct for all faculty, delegates, sponsors, suppliers and volunteers.
We believe this code explicitly supports Coda values and have sought expert external opinion to formulate it.
As always with Coda we are eager to hear your opinions as well.
We are committed to providing a fun and safe environment for all participants to enjoy the meeting. The document includes ways to report any concerns participants may have.
PARTICIPANT STATEMENT OF CONDUCT FOR CODA22
Coda22 is dedicated to providing a safe and enjoyable conference experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, age, religion or other characteristics.
Coda expects that all delegates, speakers, organisers, volunteers, contractors and suppliers (and any other person associated with the conference) will, at all times, act responsibly and:
- With honesty, integrity, transparency and accountability;
- Treat all equally, fairly and with respect, without regard to gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, age, religion or other characteristics;
- Help to support the aims and objectives of Coda and a safe and enjoyable learning environment;
- Help to foster an environment that values diversity and collaboration;
- Comply with the instructions provided by conference organisers and facilitators;
- Comply with Australian laws and with all policies and procedures of the conference;
- Refrain from actions that may constitute bullying, harassment, sexual harassment or sexual abuse; and
- Report to Coda any concerns regarding the behaviour of those associated.
CODA WILL NOT TOLERATE VIOLATIONS OF THESE PRINCIPLES, SUCH AS:
- Fraud, theft and misuse of physical assets, funds or stock;
- Sexual exploitation or abuse;
- Bullying or harassment; or
- Corruption, (including nepotism, conflicts of interest, bribery or abuse of position).
These examples are not exhaustive. Coda may take action in response to potential violations that could include issuing warnings, sanctions, or expulsion from the conference without a refund.
If you suspect that the behaviour of a delegate, speaker, organiser, volunteer, contractor, supplier or other person associated with the conference has fallen short of this statement of conduct, or that a violation similar to the examples suggested has taken place, or may take place, you may contact;
- ‘The Association Specialists’ (TAS) staff at the registration desk or email them at email@example.com and they will refer this to the organising committee.
- You can also submit an anonymous concern or complaint in writing to the TAS staff at the registration desk, but of course we can’t respond to this.
Melbourne Pre/post touring
Info coming soon.
Visa and Border Information
Please find the following information regarding visa options and travel exemptions for event participants below.
Participants, attendees and speakers that will not be working, performing or otherwise be paid to contribute at the event may be eligible to apply for the following visa options:
- Visitor (subclass 600)(Business stream) visa. For more information see: https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/getting-a-visa/visa-listing/visitor-600
- Electronic Travel Authority – ETA (subclass 601). For eligible passport holders and more information see: https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/getting-a-visa/visa-listing/electronic-travel-authority-601#tab-content-1
- eVisitor (subclass 651)(Business Stream) visa. For eligible passport holders and more information see: https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/getting-a-visa/visa-listing/evisitor-651
Participants, attendees, speakers, exhibitors/Retail vendors or other contributors that will be working, or otherwise be paid to contribute at the event may be eligible to apply for the following visa options:
- Temporary Activity (subclass 408)(Invited Participant) visa (where there is an inviting Australian organisation). For more information see: https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/getting-a-visa/visa-listing/temporary-activity-408/invited-for-other-social-and-cultural-activity
Please note that a letter of support from an Australian organisation is a legislative requirement for the Temporary Activity (subclass 408)(Invited Participant) visa.
- Temporary Work (subclass 400)(Short Stay Specialist) visa (where there is no inviting Australian organisation). For more information see: https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/getting-a-visa/visa-listing/temporary-work-400
Most New Zealand citizens who enter Australia on a New Zealand passport do so under the Trans-Tasman Travel Arrangement. New Zealand citizens who enter Australia under this arrangement do not have to apply for a visa before travelling. They are granted a Special Category visa (subclass 444) (SCV) on arrival in Australia, subject to meeting certain health and character requirements. New Zealand citizens who hold a Special Category visa (subclass 444) (SCV) are allowed to work.
Australian border requirements:
Australia has strict border measures in place to protect the health of the Australian community. For further information regarding travel restrictions and exemptions, please use the following link: https://covid19.homeaffairs.gov.au/travel-restrictions