For an accounting event like no other, only an exceptional venue will do.
As we celebrate the 10th anniversary of TOA Global this year, we’re bringing TOAcon back to where our story began—Australia’s gorgeous Gold Coast.
In November, spring starts to give way to summer, perfect weather for enjoying the Gold Coast’s snorkel or dive sites or simply taking in the sun-kissed views. TOAcon will take place in the Sheraton Grand Mirage Resort, a 5-star beachfront property.
We’ll be surrounded by serene luxury, yet with easy access to Surfers Paradise, the World Heritage Listed Hinterland and plenty of the most innovative dining and music destinations the city has to offer.
With a well-deserved reputation as Australia’s Favourite Playground, the Gold Coast has seen a $1-billion transformation since 2021 and offers plenty of new attractions, including its Home of the Arts Gallery and Wonder Reef.
Why not stay a few days after TOAcon, so you and your family can enjoy the best attractions Australia can offer?
All visitors to Australia need a valid passport and an Australian visa or Electronic Travel Authority (ETA).
If you do not hold a passport approved for ETA, get a label visa from Australian embassies, high commission offices or consulates. Explore your visa options on the Australian Government’s Home Affairs website: Explore visa options (homeaffairs.gov.au)
Our currency is Australian Dollars (AUD).
Establishments generally accept American Express, Bankcard, Diners Club, MasterCard, Visa, JCB and their affiliates.
Currency exchange is available at banks, hotels and international airports. Various currency exchange services also operate at popular points of interest areas including Surfers Paradise, Pacific Fair and Australia Fair.
Australia has a Goods and Services Tax on purchases (10%) but you may claim a refund for this (for purchases worth at least AUD 300) and the Wine Equalisation Tax when departing our shores. Go to the airport’s Tourist Refund Scheme (TRS) facility more than 30 minutes before departure.
Follow basic surf and water safety whenever you head to the beach. Swim or surf only at patrolled beaches between the red and yellow flags, which mark the safest areas.
For further information on swimming and surf safety, as well as detailed information about all of the Gold Coast’s beaches, visit the Beach Safe website.
All travellers to Australia are advised to consider health insurance.
Have a look at the Australian Medicare site to see if we have a reciprocal healthcare agreement with your country.