The countdown has begun!

Retina 2018 New Zealand, hosted at the University of Auckland, February 10-11, 2018 will offer patients and their families, clinicians, rehabilitation professionals, scientists, students and anyone with an interest in retinal disorders with interactive learning and networking opportunities that include short scientific presentations, treatment approach plenaries clinician-focussed and patient-focussed educational forums and social events.

Nau mai ki Tāmaki Makaurau

(Welcome to Auckland)

While you are here in Auckland, take time to experience an incredible diversity of accessible activites and unique cultural experiences available in ‘our place’ in the South Pacific.

Auckland’s irresistible combination of magnificent natural landscapes, sophisticated urban lifestyle and extreme adventure features the unique flora and fauna that adorns our Beautiful sub-tropical beaches and native rainforests, by buzzing waterfront precincts and island wine retreats and by bungy-jumping, heli-fishing and sailing opportunities created by the sparkling Waitemata harbour.

Our speaker biographies are available here.

Our programme page is at:, and an overview of the programme is attached to this email.


For registration prices, and to register, click here.

A reminder that early bird rates close at 11pm on the 15th December (New Zealand time). Register now to take advantage of the early bird rates!

Save the Date

10 – 11 February 2018

Conference Venue

Owen G Glenn Building, University of Auckland, Grafton Road, Auckland.


February is a busy time in Auckland and accommodation is likely to sell-out quickly, so we recommend that you book yours soon. Please see the accommodation listings on our website for a range of options, at the following link:

Further information may be found by contacting the following:
The Conference Website:


Kate Howard, email:

Or phone +64 (09) 923 1259

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