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Dial Before You Dig is a proud sponsor of the inaugural Oceania Damage Prevention Conference, taking place from 20th-23rd August 2018 on the Gold Coast.

The conference will educate stakeholders on damage prevention and safe excavation, showcasing best practice examples and learnings from across the globe. Attendees will come away with practical tools and strategies they can implement in their workplace and community following the conference.

The Dial Before You Dig Vic/Tas team is excited to be sponsoring a study tour, offering Members the opportunity to win conference travel package worth $2,500. Dial Before You Dig Vic/Tas will cover airfares departing from Melbourne or Hobart, accommodation for 2 nights, all-inclusive conference tickets plus an organised site tour of a local civil project.

To enter, simply submit a detailed case study of an asset strike you have been involved with – outlining the incident, the investigation, the learnings and the outcomes within your industry. Sharing information about recent incidents that have happened in our community is a particularly effective way for us to raise awareness and reinforce the importance of the Dial Before You Dig service (please let us know if you would like to remain anonymous when making your submission).

Enter to win airfares, accommodation and conference tickets by clicking this LINK. Email entry form to Entries close Thursday 28th May 2018. Winners will be announced on 1st June 2018. More information about the conference is available at







  • Aug’17 – In Tasmania, the Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment (DPIPWE) is now a Member of Dial Before You Dig – Vic/Tas; protecting and managing the State’s natural and cultural assets, which can include information about the presence of Aboriginal heritage sites.

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