Western Australia

Sat 23 – Wed 27 Nov, Serpentine Baptist Campsite.


NTE2024 in the Regions means that NTE will be accessible to many more WA uni students. Join students from across Perth to be transformed by the gospel, trained in the gospel and sent with the gospel. Then go on mission to a church in WA, with students from your uni.



Standard Rego – $365
Standard registration closes Sunday 13 October, Midnight.

Late registrations after 13 Oct, incur an additional $30 fee. Late registrations closes Sunday 17 Nov, Midnight

NTE2024 In the Regions – WA starts on Saturday 23 November and concludes on Wednesday 27 November.

NTE2024 In the Regions – WA will be at Serpentine Baptist Campsite.

Address: 22 Transit Rd, Jarrahdale WA 6124

All onsite accommodation is in cabins. All meals provided.

NTE is an integrated program, so part-time attendance is discouraged. Please talk to your campus staffworker if you can only attend part-time.

NTE Missions are a great opportunity to put NTE into practise while partnering with local churches. Missions for the WA region will occur following on from NTE on the  Wednesday to the Sunday from 27 Nov – 1  Dec. 

NTE conference plus Mission is a package, and we hope everyone will join in both. If you want to do just one (NTE or Mission) please talk with a staffworker on your campus. Each Mission team will pull together students from your campus to partner with a local church in their mission to share the gospel of Jesus in their communities.

Yes they can, if they are intending to begin university in 2025.

To cancel your rego, please email [email protected]with your details and we will refund your payment less a $20 administration fee. There are no cancellation refunds available after Friday 15th November 2024.

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.

William Taylor

Rector of St. Helen’s Bishopsgate, London


William grew up on a farm in Cornwall. He served in the British Army as an Officer in the Royal Green Jackets for five years before being ordained. In 1995 he joined St Helen’s Church and became Rector in 1998. William is married to Janet and they have three children—Emily, Digby and Archie. He has authored some books to help people understand the Bible including, ‘Partnership’, ‘Understanding the Times’, ‘The Word One to One’, ‘Style or Substance?’, ‘Revolutionary Sex’ and ‘Revolutionary Work’. He was a contributor to the ‘Proclamation Bible’. He is also editor of the ‘Read Mark Learn’ series: ‘John’, ‘Romans’ and ‘Luke (volumes 1 and 2)’.

Tim Thorburn

AFES Staffworker – University of Western Australia


Tim Thorburn serves with the Australian Fellowship of Evangelical Students in Perth, and as Executive Director of the Perth Gospel Partnership. In a former life he worked as an engineer before retraining for gospel ministry. Rosemary is his partner in life and ministry, and they have 2 adult children.