Collaborating globally for local impact

Streamliners is excited to host the HealthPathways Conference 2024 in Brisbane, in partnership with Metro South Health and Brisbane South PHN. It’s a great opportunity for members of our community, including programme managers, coordinators, clinical editors and executives, to connect, collaborate, and share ideas. We’ll explore how the HealthPathways Community collaborates across the globe to impact local health systems.

We’ll be breaking down what this means and discussing key topics including:

Improving health equity

Creating and evaluating health system impact

Sharing strategies for member success

Exploring how digital transformation and integration change the face of healthcare

Positioned in the city’s vibrant South Bank precinct, the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre is the perfect location to inspire discussion and collaboration. The venue has previously been recognised as the world’s best convention centre, and is surrounded by world-class cultural attractions, educational facilities, and hospitality.



Dr Alastair Roeves
National Clinical Lead
Primary Care and Community, Wales


Dr Theresa Johnson
Deputy Director of Medical Services
Darling Downs Hospital and Health Service, Queensland


Dr Joe Bourne
Chief Medical Officer
Manatu Hauora/Ministry of Health, New Zealand


Carolyn Gullery
Specialist Healthcare System Advisor


Michael Zanco
Executive Director
Healthcare Improvement Unit, Queensland


Stella Ward
Chief Executive
Streamliners, New Zealand


Brad Manuel
Inspirational Entertainer


Dr David Hambleton
Master of Ceremonies, Managing Director
Pathways Alliance Ltd, England


Brisbane offers many leisure, cultural and dining opportunities. Head to the fashionable area of South Bank and enjoy the lush riverside gardens, walk through the markets or swim in the lagoon. If you prefer more active pursuits, take a bike ride in the City Botanic Gardens or even try your hand at abseiling on the cliffs of Kangaroo Point.

In the boating hub of nearby Moreton Bay and Islands you can swim, sea kayak, snorkel coral reefs, toboggan down the world’s tallest sand dune, hire a sailboat or tussle with a marlin. The paddle steamers make regular trips down the river or you can take a high-speed ferry to vibrant inner-city villages like Bulimba and New Farm.

For the culturally minded, Brisbane offers a huge amount of choice. Known as an arts and music mecca, there are always plenty of shows and performances taking place. Once the art galleries and museums have closed for the day, you can watch a performance by the Queensland Ballet, Symphony, Orchestra or Opera Queensland. For cutting-edge theatre a visit to the Powerhouse is a must.

Brisbane also boasts restaurants and cafes to suit every taste and budget and with a lively night life the city is a delight to wander while deciding where to eat.

To make the most of your visit and find out more about Brisbane, it's great tours and attractions see Visit Brisbane

Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre

The venue for HealthPathways Conference 2024 is the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre (BCEC) - located in the heart of South Bank and is an easy distance from hotels and public transport. Internationally recognised as the world’s best convention centre for 2016 - 2018, it is Australia’s most awarded meetings and events venue.

Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
Corner of Merivale and Glenelg Streets
South Bank, Brisbane

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The Centre strives to provide safe, equitable and inclusive access for all visitors. Download the Centre's access guide.

Venue Parking
The Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre car park accommodates up to 1500 vehicles. View further information on parking.

Freephone (within Aus): 1800 193 405
Telephone : +64 9 360 1240

Address: Level 35, International Tower One 100 Barangaroo Avenue, Sydney, NSW, 2000, Australia

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