ANREV Australia Conference 2018

22 Aug 2018

Location: Melbourne

Unlisted real estate - headwinds or opportunities, what next for the super cycle?

ANREV and Property Council of Australia invite you to the ANREV Property Council Conference 2018 on 22 August at the Grand Hyatt Hotel, Melbourne.

Sydney and Melbourne are the two most favoured destinations for investors in the Asia Pacific region, according to the ANREV Investment Intentions 2018 report, so investors and managers from around the world will be attending to discover and discuss the best investment strategies.

This year’s conference will take a look at the world economy and what the future holds for Australia, drill down into key real estate sectors and features an in-depth interview with Charter Hall managing director and group chief executive officer David Harrison. A real estate veteran with more than 30 years in the Australian market under his belt, David has grown Charter Hall to A$21.9bn of assets under management from A$500m over 13 years.

This year’s conference themes include:

  • The macro picture – where does Australia stand?
  • Retail – positioning your portfolio for the online future
  • Alternative real estate – prospects for the build-to-rent sector
  • Inbound and outbound capital flow – investor experience and strategies
  • Big interview – future outlook

Take advantage of expert knowledge and high-level attendees from Australia and beyond to learn, to share knowledge and experience, and to inform your future business decisions.


Date:                  Wednesday 22 August 2018

Fee:                 USD500 ANREV members

Venue:               Grand Hyatt Hotel Melbourne                         USD1000 Non-members

Registration:    12:00 standing lunch buffet is served


Conference:     13:00 – 17:30


Cocktail & dinner: 18:30 – 22:30 at Forum Melbourne, 154 Flinders Street, Melbourne

To register and more detail:  

We are offering a limited number of guest passes for Australian institutional investors. Please email  for further details.