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QUESTnet '96

From: Mike Whalen <Mike.Whalen@jcu.edu.au>
Date: Tue, 28 May 1996 17:29:23 +1000 (EST)
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QUESTnet '96 -- the Conference for Network Managers and Practitioners

        REMINDER NOTICE

The 1996 QUESTnet Conference and Workshop will be held at 
James Cook University in Townsville, North Queensland, Australia, from 
Wednesday, 3 July to Friday, 5 July 1996, with Pre-Conference Tutorials 
on the preceding Tuesday.

There are two Pre-Conference Tutorials on Tuesday, 2 July 1996; one on
configuring Cisco routers and one on Security.

The main conference program commences on Wednesday morning and concludes 
after lunch on Friday to allow travellers to return home on that day should
they so desire. The program includes an off-site visit to the Australian 
Insitiute of Marine Science, where delegates will receive two presentations 
on work at AIMS and a tour of the facilities.

There is a full social program:

  o an informal function on the Tuesday evening, commencing at 8.30 pm,
    for those attending a Pre-Conference Tutorial or arriving the day 
    before the Conference starts.

  o the Conference dinner on Wednesday evening, preceded by a visit to the
    world class Townsville Aquarium.  The speaker at the dinner will be
    Mr Max Burnet from Digital Equipment Corporation.

  o a BBQ dinner at the Billabong Sanctuary, where delegates and their
    guests will see crocodile feeding and go on a nocturnal walk amongst
    the animals.

On-campus lodgings in student accommodation have been arranged.  For
the less adventurous, a selection of hotels and motels is within easy
driving distance.

        TOWNSVILLE -- THE CAPITAL OF NORTH QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA

The weather in July is usually fabulous -- av. 25 deg max, 14 min with
a very low probability of rain.  WHY NOT PLAN TO TACK ON A HOLIDAY TO
THE CONFERENCE?  There is much to see and do in and around Townsville.

Full details are available on the Web at URL:

	http://www.jcu.edu.au/questnet-96/ 

SEE YOU HERE IN EARLY JULY!!!


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E-mail:  Mike.Whalen@jcu.edu.au      Telephone National:  (077) 81-4195
Assistant Director, User Services         International: +61 77 81 4195
James Cook University                FAX       National:  (077) 81-5230
Townsville   Qld   4811                   International: +61 77 81 5230
Australia                                     Time Zone:        Z + 10h
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