We are pleased to announce the 35th Annual CRANAplus Conference will be held at Cable Beach Club Resort and Spa in Broome, Western Australia, from 18 to 20 October 2017.


Since the organisation’s inception in 1982 this event has served to create an opportunity for likeminded remote and isolated health individuals who can network, connect and share. It serves as both a professional and social resource for the Remote and Isolated Health Workforce of Australia. We aim to offer an environment that will foster new ideas, promote collegiate relationships, provide opportunities for professional development and celebrate remote health practice.

Conference APP

We’re excited to launch the CRANAplus 2017 app. Download the app to access the most up-to-date information about the conference, including the program and abstracts.

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Click on the image to find out more information about the 2018 Conference.


Our sponsors and exhibitors are recognised as keen and vital supporters of the field. Visit the Sponsor & Exhibitor Profiles page to view this year’s supporters.

Major Partner

Opening & Welcome Drinks Host

Associate Partner


Satchel Insert Sponsor

Who Should Attend

  • Remote and isolated health professionals
  • Consumers
  • Remote or isolated health and community Service Providers
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health services
  • Undergraduate and postgraduate students
  • Researchers and education providers
  • Professional bodies & associations
  • State, Territory & Local Governments

Conference Manager

Please direct enquiries to Kate Smith at Conference Design:

+61 3 6231 2999


Cable Beach Club Resort & Spa
1 Cable Beach Rd W
Broome WA 6725

Video courtesy of Tourism Western Australia © Tourism WA

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Today at the 35th CRANAplus conference in Broome, Assistant Minister for Rural Health, The Hon Dr David Gillespie MP, utilised a video message to thank CRANAplus for the work that had been undertaken to improve the safety & security of the remote and isolated health workforce.

The Minister also took the opportunity to announce additional funding for CRANAplus to develop and deliver online and face-to-face education for remote health providers on keeping safe in the workplace.
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