The first of its kind in Australia, the afternoon session of this conference is free for our members and their families. You will have a unique opportunity to update your knowledge in research, twin parenting and engage in conversation with health professionals.

The conference will bring top international researchers together with the twin community to consider current children's health issues. Our keynote speaker is internationally renowned author and twin research expert Nancy Segal who recently appeared on the SBS-TV Insight reunion program featuring twins.

Two leading health research facilities, the Australian Twin Registry and the Murdoch Children's Research Institute are presenting this conference.

There are limited tickets available for the afternoon conference so you will need to get in quick if you are interested in attending (and please note that no children are permitted into the venue). Alternatively you can register and pay for the full day’s scientific conference. More information about the free afternoon session can be found on our website.

Australian Twins Plus Festival

Have you bought your tickets yet? This is a festival like no other! Join thousands of other twins, their families and friends for memories of a lifetime. Our early bird tickets for the 2015 Australian Twins Plus Festival are on sale now and selling fast. 

The 2015 festival promises to be bigger and better than our 2012 event which attracted over 3,000 multiples and their families. Please like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitterand regularly check the Twins Plus Festival website to keep up to date with all of the latest news. 

Mark it in your calendar as this promises to be an event not to be missed! 

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