Student Volunteers

Applications are now closed.

The Bain Fallon Memorial Lectures will be held in Lovedale, NSW, at Rydges Resort, Hunter Valley. The Topics are Diagnostic Imaging, General Surgery and Foal Medicine with keynote speakers Drs Katherine Garrett, Peter Morresey and Rachel Smith along with over 10 other speakers on a variety of compelling topics. There will also be an Imaging workshop held prior to the lectures. This year the ANZCVS Equine Chapter will be joining with their stream covering Regenerative Medicine, Lameness and Chemistry and Medical Management of Cases!

Being a volunteer at the Bain Fallon Memorial Lectures is hard work but extremely rewarding and provides students with an invaluable opportunity to meet and network with top Australian and international veterinary professionals.

Students must be members of Equine Veterinarians Australia at the time of submitting their application.


As a Bain Fallon Memorial Lectures student volunteer, you will receive:

  • The opportunity to network with top Australian and international veterinarians
  • Complimentary registration and attendance to lectures (duties permitting)
  • Complimentary registration to social events
  • All meals (morning and afternoon tea, lunch and dinner) will be provided free of charge throughout the conference

Email your cover letter, CV and any written references to by Friday, 26 April 2024.

  • Please note whether you will available for the whole conference week (i.e. Sunday 21 – Thursday 25 July), plus the full day workshop on Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 July.
  • Applicants who can attend the full week will have priority over those who cannot.
  • Late applications will not be accepted without prior discussion.

If you have any questions, email


Acknowledgement of Country

Bain Fallon 2024 will be held on Wonnarua country.

We respectfully acknowledge the Wonnarua people as the traditional custodians of the region and recognise the continuation of culture, and connection to lands, water and country.

We pay our respects to leaders past and present.