Transport Dreaming Conference

september 8 – 9, 2021


Connecting Nations – Driving Innovation

Doltone House – Darling Island Wharf

Pyrmont, Sydney


Whether it be social inclusion, health, education, employment, housing or any Closing the Gap priority, improving transport disadvantage is key.

This is an event of national significance and provides opportunity for people from all sectors to contribute to valuable solutions.

The event is the fourth national event organised by NATSIC Transport and Community Services, whose vision is to eliminate transport disadvantage for every First Nations person in Australia.

The conference also provides great networking opportunities through networking breaks, an evening networking function and the NATSIC Annual Awards and Conference Dinner with live entertainment provided by The Dale Huddleston Band.



NATSIC Transport Dreaming Conference 2021

Early bird rate: $630 per person if you register before 30 April 2021.

Rate in 2021: $900 per person.

Registration includes all conference meals and evening events.

Enquiries welcome: 1800 762 874


Click here to register


If you are interested in sponsoring or speaking at the event please contact us by phoning 1800 762 874. Let’s reduce First Nations transport disadvantage together!


Graham Aitken
CEO Aboriginal Community Services South Australia

Terry Chenery – MC
Formerly with NSW Police, NSW Ombudsman, NSW Aboriginal Affairs, Aboriginal Justice Advisory Council and Link-Up

Dr Patricia Cullen
Research Fellow UNSW

Dr Ben Gauntlett
Disability Discrimination Commissioner
Human Rights Commission

Donna Murray
CEO Indigenous Allied Health Australia




Terry O’Toole
CEO TransitCare Queensland

Frank Quinlan
Executive Director Royal Flying Doctors

Julieta Rottemberg
Transport Engineer and Researcher for CSIRO
Doctors of Engineering and Sociology

Lyndon Stevenson
CEO Community Transport Services Tasmania, Chair of Australian Community Transport Association (ACTA) and Chair of the Victorian and Tasmanian peak VTCTA

Harry Harun
Chair of NATSIC

Jim Golden-Brown

NATSIC Logo Design & Meaning

Middle Circle is the National Body - NATSIC
Blue is the Water that Surrounds Us
Orange is the Land We’re On
Tracks Connect All States, People and Communities Brown represents People and Communities in Unity

Artist: Karen Phillips - Wiradjuri Country

NATSIC recognises First Nations Peoples as the Traditional Custodians of the lands and waters of Australia, and pays respect to Elders past and present.