The Tax Summit

Frequently Asked Questions

The Tax Summit commences on Wednesday 11 March 2020 at 10:45 and concludes on Friday, 13 March 2020 at 14:30.

The Tax Summit technical program is designed to meet the educational needs of all taxation professionals. The technical topics have relevance for all practitioners ranging from those with small practices, through to high end corporate in house tax managers and tax lawyers. In addition to the SME and Corporate streams, specialist topic streams will address key topic areas particularly relevant to practitioners in today's tax environment including professional practice, international issues and technology.

A full Tax Summit registration includes attendance at all technical sessions and electronic access to all technical papers and presentations via The Tax Institute’s Convention app. Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea, and attendance at The Tax Summit Welcome Reception and Gala Dinner are also included. Please see the registration page of the brochure for details on registration options and inclusions.

Full Conference Registration

  Member New Member* Non-Member
Advance Registration
(received on or before 6 Dec 2019)
$1,795 $2,135 $1,945
Early-bird Registration
(received on or before 7 Feb 2020)
$1,995 $2,335 $2,145
Standard Registration
(received after 7 Feb 2020)
$2,195 $2,535 $2,345

*  Event and Membership Offer - If you are not a member, bundle your membership with your registration. You will receive the member rate for registration and pay only $340 for membership through to June the following year.

Employer Ticket Registration

Advance Registration
(received on or before 6 Dec 2019)

Early-bird Registration
(received on or before 7 Feb 2020)
Standard Registration
(received after 7 Feb 2020)

Individual full Summit registrations are available. Group discounts are also available.

For Employer Ticket registrations, please complete the Employer Ticket registration form which can be downloaded as part of the event brochure.

Members of The Tax Institute receive a preferential rate for attending the Summit. Advance pricing and early bird discounts are also available for full Summit registrations if you register on or before Friday, 6 December 2019 or Friday, 7 February 2020.

Discounts also apply for groups. Contact us with queries.

Register online or download the brochure (PDF) to complete the registration form and email, fax or post to The Tax Institute.

On receipt of registration and payment you will receive two emails, the first email will contain your confirmation letter, the second will be tax invoice once payment has been processed. Please check all details and contact us at if any details are incorrect.

In the days leading into The Tax Summit, delegates will receive all the information they need for their attendance at the event.

Please email advice of all cancellations or transfers to

Our Event Cancellation Policy

An administration fee of 20% of the registration fee will be charged by The Tax Institute for cancellations received in writing at least five working days prior to the event. No refund will be issued for cancellations received within five (5) working days of the event. A replacement may be nominated and CPD hours allocated accordingly.

Full Tax Summit attendance counts for 20 hours of structured Continuing Professional Development with The Tax Institute. Employer ticket attendance will be allocated accordingly to each attendee.

Address: 14 Darling Drive, Sydney NSW 2000

Tel: (02) 9215 7100

Find out more about the venue and its location in beautiful Darling Harbour Sydney.

The dress code for the Summit is business or business casual.

Dress code for the social activities is smart casual for the Summit Welcome Reception.

The Tax Summit Gala Dinner dress code is black tie.

Full Tax Summit registration entitles you to all meals and refreshments during Tax Summit hours, the Welcome Reception on Wednesday, 11 March and the Gala Dinner on Thursday, 12 March.

Tickets to Wednesday evening optional social functions are available for purchase at an additional cost to registration. Please see the registration page of the brochure for details.

Employer tickets do not include social functions however tickets can be purchased for an additional cost.

Please note any special requests and dietary requirements on the registration form. This will be communicated to each venue by the Events team. Once at the event, please make yourself known to venue staff. If you have any queries relating to your requirements at the Summit, please ask a member of The Tax Institute staff who will be identifiable by their coloured lanyards.

The Tax Institute along with ConferenceNational have negotiated special rates with several accommodation providers for delegates travelling to the Summit.

Please refer to the Venue page on the website or see the event brochure for details and pricing. You can book accommodation by visiting our dedicated website here.

All flights should be booked by delegates directly using this link to our flight portal designed specifically for delegates travelling to the Summit.

We recommend that delegates consider travel insurance as part of their planning for The Tax Summit 2020. Delegates are advised to book early to secure the best pricing.

In 2020 the welcome reception will be held offsite at The National Maritime Museum which is a short walk from the ICC. The gala dinner including the Tax Adviser of the Year awards will be held at the International Convention Centre.

If you require assistance during The Tax Summit, The Tax Institute staff will be on hand at the registration desk on ground floor and the information desk on level 2 of the convention centre. Staff will be identifiable by their coloured lanyards. All other enquiries should be directed to The Tax Institute’s head office on 02 8223 0000.

Please contact The Tax Institute’s events team on 02 8223 0000 for any queries relating to the Summit.