Fire Australia 2024 Conference and Tradeshow

Event Date:

Tuesday, 7 May 2024, 6:00am – Thursday, 9 May 2024, 5:00pm


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Fire Australia is back in 2024! And this year we’re heading to Queensland.

Following last year’s great success, from 7-9 May, 2024, we’ll be taking up position at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre, one of Australia’s leading conference spaces. This year we’ll be bringing leading presenters and thinkers from Australia and around the world to share their thoughts about the current state of fire protection and what the future may hold.

Over a packed two-day program, delegates will hear from:
• Charley Fleischmann from UL in the USA, who will discuss the international trends and technologies demanding a fire safety renaissance, and advise what the fire safety research is telling us;
• David Isaacs and Jonathan Barnett, who will examine the difference and gaps between fire safety engineering and fire protection engineering; and
• Elvira Nigido, from the National Halon Bank, who will present about the responsible end of life management of ozone depleting substances and synthetic greenhouse gas fire extinguishing agents.

The program also includes:

• a dedicated two-day bushfire practitioner and design stream, featuring world leading speakers; and
• a full-day stream on innovation and technological advancements in fire protection, with a focus on how AI and how its proving to be a game changer.

Our FREE Tradeshow is fast filling up with interesting and innovative services and technologies. Bringing some of the leading suppliers and service providers together under one roof, our exhibitors will be demonstrating their products, showing how they protect the community, and explaining how they can help you with your business.

Registrations are now open, so act quickly to secure your spot at this marquee event.


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We acknowledge the land and traditional families of the Yugambeh region of south east Queensland. We pay our respects to their elders past and present.

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