Queensland

Sat 30 Nov – Wed 4 Dec, Mt Tamborine Conference Centre

About

NTE2024 In the Regions – Queensland is a Christian training event for university students, run by the Australian Fellowship of Evangelical Students (AFES). Our aim is to train students in and equip students with the gospel of Jesus, so they can be sent back to their local campuses, churches, and communities to serve others. Join us as we gather under God’s word with students from across Queensland to hear about The Edge of Eternity.

Details

Standard Registration Costs

Standard Dorm – $400
Premium Dorm (ensuited) – $450
Camping – $350
No Accommodation – $310
(*All James Cook University students receive a $40 discount on all accommodation options)

Standard Registrations closes Friday 25 October.

Late registration after this date incur an additional $30 fee. Late registrations close Friday 15 November, Midnight

NTE2024 In the Regions – Queensland starts Saturday 30 Nov 12:30pm (BYO lunch) and concludes on Wednesday 4 Dec 1pm (lunch provided). 

NTE2024 In the Regions – Queensland will be at Mt Tamborine Conference Centre. You can visit their site at mtcc.org.au. You will need to organise your own transport there, or organise with your campus group. 

Address: 237 Beacon Rd, Tamborine Mountain QLD 4272

Standard Dorms sleep up to 8 persons per room, with communal bathroom facilities. 

Premium Dorms are ensuited cabins, sleep up to 6 persons per room. 

Camping requires you to bring your own equipment. Showers and amenities provided. 

See more details of onsite accommodation on the websites for our venue providers, MTCC & QCCC.

No Accommodation registration will not include any accommodation but does include all meals onsite. For those organising to rent a local airbnb with friends, please select this type of registration. Please note that we do not provide transport so please organise your own. 

NTE Missions are a great opportunity to put NTE into practise while partnering with local churches.

Campuses may go on NTE Missions in the week before or after NTE. Check with your campus group for more details.

To cancel your rego, please email [email protected] with your details and we will refund your payment less a $50 administration fee. There are no cancellation refunds available after Friday 15 November.

To transfer your rego, please find someone who’d like to attend the same NTE event you have registered for (also same accommodation type, same gender). You can request a transfer of your registration by emailing [email protected] with your details and the details of the person taking your registration. There is no fee for transferring your registration to another person, provided they have the same accommodation as originally chosen. There are no transfers possible after Friday 15 November. 

To make changes to your rego accommodation, please email [email protected] – after 15 November there will be no refunds for accommodation changes. After 15 November, no rego accommodation changes are possible. 

We are unable to do cancellations, changes and transfers after the dates listed above as details will have already been confirmed and vendors will have been booked by then. 

Visit the general FAQ page here if you have further questions unanswered. You can also get in contact with one of your campus group staff.

David Walter

IFES South Pacific General Secretary

 

David Walter is the IFES Regional Secretary for the South Pacific, seeking to encourage and assist the national student movements in our global region, as we strive together to share the gospel of grace.

Together with his wife, he has worked in student ministry for over 30 years. David has learned much about both confidence and humility by making a million mistakes and seeing God do great things in the midst of it all.

David says that his two best decisions were accepting Jesus as Lord and Saviour when he was 6 years old, and asking Cathy to marry him a number of years later. The fact that they both accepted him, David counts as incredible works of grace.

Richard Chin

AFES National Director

 

Richard Chin is married to Jeanette and the father of 4 young adult children. He serves as the National Director of the Australian Fellowship of Evangelical Students (AFES).

Now based in Sydney, Richard continues to serve and proclaim Christ to both local and international students travelling around various campuses to preach.

Richard is the author of ‘Captivated by Christ’, and ‘How to Read the Bible Better’.