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Plant Health Australia (PHA) is excited to announce that Dr Chadden Hunter, wildlife biologist and filmmaker, along with Dr Claire Madden, Head Veterinarian at Sea World, will join the line-up of keynote speakers at the 3rd Australian Biosecurity Symposium this August.

Dr Hunter is known for his role in the development of the Planet Earth series, and his work alongside Sir David Attenborough for over 20 years. He has extensive experience using compelling stories and imagery to deliver key messages to large and diverse audiences, and we look forward to his valuable insights on driving behaviour change.

Dr Madden is the Head Veterinarian at Sea World, including the Sea World Foundation and Paradise Country. Prior to this, Dr Madden has held various veterinary roles at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, Australia Zoo, and Zoos Victoria. She is extremely passionate about inspiring the next generation and we look forward to hearing her insights on the importance of public engagement in conservation, marine issues and biosecurity.

The 3rd Australian Biosecurity Symposium is a flagship event hosted by the Biosecurity Collective – a shared initiative of PHA, Animal Health Australia, the Invasive Species Council, and the Centre for Invasive Species Solutions intended to influence the direction of Australia’s biosecurity system towards 2030.

Don’t miss the opportunity to connect with key industry decision-makers, innovators, influential voices, and dedicated researchers from 27-29 August at SeaWorld Resort on the Gold Coast, Queensland.

Register now via www.biosym.com.au