National Conference

Join ACTA and our partners as we pave the way to a sustainable future for community transport, so that we can continue to help thousands of people around the nation live their lives.

Click here to get in early and secure tickets to our exciting annual conference at a discounted rate.

This year, tickets include a Gala Dinner, with all food and beverages provided, as well as one nights’ accommodation on the 28th of August, which includes breakfast.

If you require additional accommodation on the 27th or 29th of August, an extra day’s accommodation can be purchased via the ticket purchasing page on Humanitix.

This year’s conference theme is Sustainable Mobility: Navigating the Future Together, Tipping Point 2024.

2024 presents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for the sector. A ‘tipping point’ as ACTA tests its Community Transport Pricing Pilot, with the potential to develop ground-breaking new models and policies that will build a sustainable, efficient community transport sector in 2025 and beyond.

Network with and hear from industry experts, government and sector leaders, and community transport providers with the latest innovations, as well as our project partners, the Department of Health and Aged Care and the University of South Australia.

We will also have opportunities to check out revolutionary new transport technologies in-person, such as vehicles, mobility equipment, and the newest software to streamline your business.

Who should attend?

  • CEOs & CFOs
  • Managers
  • Community Transport Drivers
  • Government employees/policy makers
  • People who use community transport

If you have an interest in using and/or improving accessible and inclusive transport across Australia, please join us and be part of shaping this hugely important conversation.

Early Bird tickets close 31 May at 5pm.

Not a member?

Click here to apply for ACTA membership now to take advantage of member pricing.


View and download the full conference program here.

Day 1 (28th August)


Department of Health and Aged Care

University of South Australia

Karni Lidell, Paralympian, NDIS Ambassador, Social Worker, host of Accessed That Podcast

Dr George Margelis, Chair, Aged Care Industry Information Technology Council

Russell White, Driver Safety

Day 2 (29th August)

Professor Michael Pervan, CEO, Independent Health and Aged Care Pricing Authority.

Mr Robert Fitzgerald AM, Age Discrimination Commissioner.

Professor Graham Currie FTSE, Professor of Public Transport, Director of Public Transport Research Group, Monash University Australia.

Professor Adam Graycar, Emeritus Professor, University of Adelaide.

Jocelyn Syme, Health Services Manager, & Erin Foster, Team Leader, Royal Flying Doctor Services Victoria.

ACTA, Senior staff from the Department of Health and Aged Care, as well as academics from the University of South Australia will present updates the CHSP Community Transport Pricing Pilot.

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