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Invitation to Attend
As spring arrives in New Zealand we look forward to our conference in Queenstown 2015.
As a consequence of the interest shown we have had to reconsider venues and have pleasure in welcoming you to the Hilton in Queenstown. The venue will allow greater space for interaction with old and new friends and our colleagues in the trades. Its location is lakeside at the outlet of the Kawarau River with stunning views of the lake and also the world renowned Remarkables Mountains. Jacks Point golf course and Kelvin Heights course are 15 minutes down the road and the airport a 5 minute taxi ride. Whilst we are sad to change from Millbrook, we are sure The Hilton Queenstown will not disappoint.
We encourage you to plan early for our conference with interest already high. Flights will be at a premium as it is Easter week in the New Zealand school holidays. The autumn colours will be spectacular and no doubt the fish hungry.
Looking forward to meeting you all in Queenstown.
2015 ANZRS Scientific Meeting Convenor
Dear Fellow Rhinologist
As the fourth President of the Australia and New Zealand Rhinologic Society, it gives me great pleasure to welcome you to our biannual meeting, to be held in Queenstown, 2015. Mark Ward and his organising team have already laid the seeds for what promises to be an amazing conference - not only in terms of academic content but also in the environment of the unsurpassed beauty that is Lake Wakatipu and the Otago Region. The Society continues to grow, not only in membership but more importantly, in its stature within the international rhinology community. As such, we have made the bold decision to increase the number of overseas speakers for this meeting which will only add to its scientific credentials. It promises to be a “must do” meeting for so many reasons and I look forward to seeing you in Queenstown.