Social Events

GSA Golf Day

GSA Insurance Brokers Golf Day

Yowani Country Club

Sunday 30 April, 12:00 – 5:00pm

The 6330 metre Yowani Golf Course is regarded as one of Australia’s finest inland courses, reflecting over 60 years of careful development.

The course is an excellent test for golfers of all abilities on gently undulating, tree-lined fairways with two picturesque lakes. It is a golf course that guarantees something special to every standard of player.

The first tee is 12:18pm.  It is suggested that golfers meet in the Realm Hotel Foyer from 11:30am from where you can car/taxi pool to the Yowani Country Club. Allotted Tee off times will be emailed closer to the Conference date.



Canberra Wine Tour

Sponsored by Massons

Sunday 30 April, 12:30 – 5:00pm

The wineries surrounding the Canberra district have been around since the 1830s and are now producing some of Australia’s finest vintages. The winemakers are also a creative lot with many wine styles you would usually find in France and Spain starting to come out of this region.

Our tour host will talk about traditional wine making styles of the Northern Hemisphere and how Canberra wines compare and will also showcase two of the regions local producers and you’ll be able to sample some fabulous local food matched with fabulous local wine.

Tour participants are to meet in Realm Hotel Foyer at 12:15pm.

National Portrait Gallery

KPMG Welcome Cocktail Party

National Portrait Gallery

Sunday 30 April, 6:30pm View Gallery then canapes and drinks 7:00 – 9:00pm

Join us for a pre-event viewing of the National Portrait Gallery at 6:30pm. Our cocktail party commences from 7:00pm in the Gordon Darling Hall, the main entrance foyer of the Gallery, which never fails to impress with its soaring ceiling and natural light.

Transport will be offered from the hotel and will be advised closer to the Conference.

Old Parliament House

One Investment Group Gala Dinner

Old Parliament House

Monday 1 May, 6:30 – 11:30pm 

We kick off for pre-dinner drinks and canapes from 6:30pm in the King’s Hall at Old Parliament House. King’s Hall was the hub of the building. Open to the public from the earliest days, this space was far more than just a formal function room or foyer. It came to symbolise the openness of parliamentary democracy and representative government in Australia.

At 7:30 pm we make our way to the Members’ Dining Room also known as (M513). Located in the South wing of the building, it has provided dining and recreation facilities for both Members and Senators and played an important role in the Commonwealth Parliament, Government and nation hosting Royal visits, official State receptions and formal dinners for important guests.

Transport will be offered from the hotel and will be advised closer to the Conference.