Our events

Click on the links below to learn about the many events we hold throughout the year.


Meet Prof Michelle Simmons - leading the race to build the world's first quantum computer 

6:00pm, 12 June 2018 
City West Centre Sutherland Street &, Railway St, West Perth

TICKETS via Eventbrite

One of the world’s top scientists, Professor Michelle Simmons has pioneered research that could lead to a quantum leap in computing.  Since arriving in Australia from Britain 18 years ago, Michelle has transformed the University of NSW Quantum Physics Department into a world leader in advanced computer systems. 

In 2012, Michelle and her team created the world’s first transistor made from a single atom, along with the world’s thinnest wire. At the forefront of what she calls the “space race of the computing era”, Michelle aims to build a quantum computer able to solve problems in minutes that would otherwise take thousands of years.  Such a discovery has the potential to revolutionise drug design, weather forecasting, self-driving vehicles, artificial intelligence and more.

An evangelist for Australian scientific research and a role model to young scientists everywhere, Michelle actively encourages all students – girls and boys – to dream big, challenge themselves and to achieve ambitious goals in science.

Seats are limited - Book your tickets now via Eventbrite


Free Student Forum - Eddie Woo

1:00pm, 27 June 2018 
The Octagon Theatre 
Univeristy of WA, Hackett Drive, Crawley  

Educators and students are encouraged to come and be inspired at this FREE EVENT.

Eddie Woo is arguably Australia’s most famous mathematics teacher, making maths fun and attracting young people to engage with maths by making it relatable and interesting

A brilliant student, Eddie could have chosen any field, but in defiance of social convention and his parents’ wish for him to become a doctor, he followed his passion and opted for teaching. He's using his vocation to “pay it forward” to make education equitable for all.

Registrations are compulsory via email at info@auspire.org.au 


Understanding Civics and Citizenship Community Workshops and Leadership Forums

Our Workshops series covers the Australian Constitution and how the Parliamentary system works; how laws are made; who our main politicial parties are and how to get involved in government decision making. Leadership Forums feature talks from a selection of outstanding Australians about the benefits of civic leadership andhow to get involved. 

Workshops and Leadership Forums also provide information on the Auspire - Australia Day Council WA Awards programs that recognise positive contributions to the community.   

Our next workshop will be held on Tuesday 6 February 2018.  Reserve your seat here.  For further information please contact us on 08 9325 9988 or email: events@auspire.org.au 


Tour of Honour - Peel Region 2017  

WA 2017 Senior Australian of the Year - Peter Kenyon and WA 2017 Young Australian of the Year - Abdullahi Alim took part in a series of events in and around Mandurah. They shared their inspirational stories and provided an opportunity for community members, school students and sponsors to engage in Q&A sessions at each event. Thanks to you both for giving so much of your time.



 Australia Day 2018 - Community Event Registration

Tell us how you're celebrating Australia Day 2018 in your community by registering your Australia Day Event here