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Event Details

Date: Thursday 30th and Friday 31st May, 2024

Location: The Hub Technology Park, Perth and livestreamed

The SiREN Symposium is a biennial event for individuals and organisations dedicated to preventing and reducing the impacts of sexually transmissible infections and blood-borne viruses. The Symposium showcases evidence-based practice, and provides an opportunity for cross-sector networking and collaboration.

The theme for this Symposium is Getting to zero: Community and workforce actions for the elimination of HIV, hepatitis C and congenital syphilis transmission. 


The theme recognises and celebrates the work of services in the sexual health and blood-borne virus sector towards the elimination of HIV, hepatitis C and congenital syphilis. 

The two-day Symposium will be hosted at The Hub, Bentley Technology Park on Thursday 30th and Friday 31st May 2024. The event will be live streamed and recorded for participants unable to attend in-person. Please contact for more information. 

Why do delegates love the SiREN Symposium?

"The variety of presentations showcasing the work being done and its diversity"

"Population-specific engagement presentations"

"Networking, good dissemination of current project evaluation within the sector."

"Networking is always fun, and just great to get a sector-wide update"

"Presentations very topical"

"Incredible quality and diversity of research presented"

Feedback from delegates who attended the 2022 SiREN Symposium

Venue information

Address: 2 Brodie-Hall Drive, Bentley WA 

Recently refurbished, The Hub at Bentley Technology Park is located just 6km from the Perth CBD in Bentley, directly across from Curtin University. 

Access is easy via road and public transport from Hayman Road with Transperth bus routes 100, 960, 34 and 70 offering regular service. Free parking is available throughout the Park. 

Bentley Technology Park has acquired a Net-Zero certification for The Hub function centre as part of DevelopmentWA's commitment to the State Government's net zero vision and the prioritisation of clean energy projects. 

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