On-demand Convention South Australia

Barossa Convention

12 CPD hours | On-demand now available!

 

 

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On-demand gives you virtual access to session recordings, technical papers and presentations from the most recent event. Download the brochure to view the full program.

On-demand gives you flexibility to digest the content in your own time with access for 6 months from date of purchase.

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Event Details

On-demand registration

$ 1,500 (Member)

$ 1,500 (New Member*)

$ 1,800 (Non Member)

  • When29-September-2023 - 31-March-2024
  • FormatOn-demand
  • CPD Hours12

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Top tax technical program and first-class networking event

The Barossa Convention has a rich history as one of The Tax Institute’s leading events for SME practitioners in South Australia and around the country. The high-quality technical program allows delegates time to go in-depth on the latest issues in tax and mingle with some of Australia’s best tax minds over three relaxing days in the stunning setting of the Barossa Valley. 

Invigorating discussion and practical application 

The expert led technical program will feature a mix of plenaries, panel discussions and in-depth case studies, allowing delegates the time to get into the latest tax issues impacting their clients. Along with a key focus on practical examples, tips and strategies as takeaways from the event, the format allows for ample attendee interaction, discussion and robust debate during the sessions or as part of the networking events. 

Unique industry networking and idyllic location 

Set to become the standout of the The Barossa Convention each year are its off-site dinners held at one of the regions world-renowned wineries. Combined with the pre-event networking function on Wednesday night, there’s plenty of opportunity to meet up with friends and peers, old and new, from accounting, law, financial services and regulatory backgrounds while in the Barossa Valley, an iconic destination for interstaters and locals alike. 

2023 program - Now on-demand

Session 1: s100A – The state of play

Michael Butler, CTA, Finlaysons


Session 2: Tax Policy and Advocacy update

Robyn Jacobson, CTA, The Tax Institute


Session 3: Pre-transaction restructures – Positioning for success

Fiona Stapleton, Thomson Geer Lawyers


Session 4: The cutting edge of small business CGT concessions – Planning and traps

Joshua Pascale, Cowell Clarke 


Session 5: Taxing times – how to effectively navigate the family law, tax and accounting aspects of separations

Rose Cocchiaro, Resolve Divorce, Tim Stokes, FTI, HWL Ebsworth Lawyers, Sally Storey, CTA, Brentalls SA


Session 6: Payroll tax – The gloves are off

Lee Jurga, Perks


Session 7: Investing in a multipolar world

Tim Clark, Morgan Stanley

Session 8: The taxation of settlements and compromises

Sam Ure, South Australian Bar



Session 9: Is this the end of special purpose financial Accounts? Accounting for the tax practitioner

Simon How, CTA, Bentleys


Session 10: The Law and the Lore, has the Australian Taxation Office overstepped the mark?

Dr Sylvia Villios, CTA, University of Adelaide, Carlie Frantzis, Cowell Clarke


Session 11: Division 7A – Just taking it one debit loan at a time

Robyn Jacobson, CTA, The Tax Institute


Session 12: Ethics panel

Facilitator: Leo Efthivoulou, CTA, ENA Law

Speakers: Stephen Heath, CTA (Life), Wallmans, Tim Sandow, CTA, BDO


Session 13: Recovery and enforcement of ATO debts

Adrian Cartland, Cartland Law, Rebecca Smith, Australian Taxation Office


Session 14: Tax and capital transactions

Philip Shepherd, CTA, KPMG



Event information

Novotel Barossa Valley Resort

42 Pioneer Avenue, Rowland Flat, Barossa Valley

The Novotel Barossa Valley Resort located in the Barossa Valley district, is set in a natural amphitheatre overlooking Jacob’s Creek. The guest rooms all feature private balconies and views of the Barossa Ranges. Both comfort and functionality are assured with iPod docking stations, connecting directly to 32-inch LCD TVs, pay TV channels, in-house movies, comfortable workstations, including ergonomic chairs and broadband access, a large chaise lounge to stretch out on and individually controlled air-conditioning.

The resort is located at 42 Pioneer Avenue, Rowland Flat, Barossa Valley. It is 85 kilometres (75-minute drive) from the Adelaide CBD and Adelaide Airport. The venue provides free on-site parking for guests. Car hire is readily available at Adelaide Airport and we encourage you to book when registering for this event.

All accommodation bookings must be made directly with the venue via the self-book weblink here.

An accommodation block has been reserved for delegates at the Novotel Barossa Valley Resort. Favourable room rates have been negotiated and room rates are quoted on a per-person, per-night basis (inclusive of GST) and include breakfast.

These favourable room rates have been extended from Tuesday (8 August) to Saturday (12 August). Rooms are limited and must be booked prior to 9 July 2023. 

For alternative accommodation arrangements, please contact the Barossa Wine and Tourism Association on 1300 852 982 or visit the website www.barossa.com.

 

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