Registration for the 26th World Mining Congress 2023 is now open. Please read the registration information carefully before beginning the online registration.

How to Register

Registration can be submitted by completing the on-line form.

Registration fees are quoted in Australian dollars and are inclusive of 10% Goods and Services Tax (GST). To view the prices in your own currency, please use the currency convertor on the right-hand side of the page.

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Registration Type Early Bird Rate
26 March 2023
Standard Rate
26 March 2023
Full - Registration Member $1,400 $1,700
Full - Registration Non-Member $1,700 $2,000
Student Registration $600 $800
Accompanying Person of a Registered Delegate $550
Speaker Registration for the Presenting Authors
Deadline: 30 September 2022
Full Registration - Presenting Author Member $1,200
Full Registration - Presenting Author Non-Member $1,500
Student Presenting Authors Register at the student rate prior to 30 September 2022

Presenting Author Member

A Presenting Author Member is the oral or poster presenter of the accepted abstract and is a current member of one of the Professional Associations listed below.

Presenting Author Non-Member

A Presenting Author Non-Member is the oral or poster presenter of the accepted abstract but is not a member of one of the Professional Associations listed below.

Please note whilst registration of all speakers must be submitted by 30 September 2022, full paper submissions are not due until 28 October 2022. Posters will be required thereafter; however, separate communications will be sent directly to the accepted author.

Presenter registration rates apply only to the presenting author of the paper, limited to one presenter. It does not extend to co-authors on the paper.

Pre-Congress Symposia

The World Mining Congress 2023 is offering three Pre-Congress Symposia, which will take place concurrently on Monday 26 June 2023.

Registering for a symposium includes morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea.

Please see the rates below;

Symposium* Symposium only price Discounted Price**
Sustainable Construction Materials $250 $100
Mine Closure & Post –Mining Transitions $250 $100
Minerals Policy & Governance for the New Economy $250 $100

*A person can register for a maximum of one symposia only.

**The discounted amount is available for anyone who is registering for the full Congress as well as a Symposium.


Member Registration

A member is a delegate who is a current member of the following Professional Associations.

To register as a Member via the online registration form.

  1. Complete your details as requested
  2. Select the Member Rate
  3. Indicate the Professional Association to which you belong and enter your Membership number
  4. Complete your details

Non Member Registration

A non-member is defined as a delegate attending WMC 2023 who is neither a member of the defined Professional Association nor a full-time student.

Student Registration

Students must be studying full time to qualify for the discounted rate and will be required to upload a copy of their student identification.

To register as a Student via the online form

  1. Complete your details as requested
  2. Select the Student Rate
  3. Upload a copy of your student identification
  4. Complete your details

Accompanying Person

An Accompanying Person is defined as the partner of a Full Registered Delegate – either Member or Non-Member. The primary registered delegate must register their accompanying person either at the time of registration or via the Congress Secretariat at a later date. The Accompany Person cannot be registered independently.

Accompanying Person Entitlements

WMC 2023 Full Registration Entitlements

Method of Payment

Registration can only be confirmed once payment is received.

Payment can be made by any of the following methods:


Please direct all registration enquiries to:

Congress Secretariat

Shaelyn Kepper
ICMS Australasia
Delegate Services

Important Dates and Information

Cancellation of Registration Deadline: Friday 28 April 2023

Cancellations must be notified in writing (e-mail is sufficient) to the Congress Secretariat. Cancellations made by 28 April 2023 will result in a full refund less $150 to cover administration costs. As an alternative to cancellation, your registration may be transferred to another person by 28 April 2023 without incurring any cost penalty. There will be no cancellation allowance for failure to secure a visa to Australia.

Congress Postponement

In the event of a postponement all registrations will automatically be transferred to the new Congress dates. All components of your registration including accommodation bookings and social function tickets will also be transferred. If you are unable to attend on the new dates, you may contact the Congress Secretariat to request a transfer of your registration to a colleague at no cost, or request a cancellation and refund, which will incur a $150 administration fee up until the Registration Cancellation Deadline.

Congress Cancellation

In the event of the cancellation of the Congress, all registrations and associated components of attendance will be cancelled and amounts refunded in full.

International Borders

We ask all international delegates to carefully monitor the Australian travel restrictions and exemptions:


In registering for this Congress relevant details (name/country) will be incorporated into a delegate list for the benefit of all delegates, and also may be made available (if necessary) to parties directly related to the Congress including venues, accommodation providers, sponsors, key suppliers and future Meetings. Your name and contact information may be used by the Congress Secretariat and other approved stakeholder, for marketing and managing this and future events of this type.

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