ADIA is the peak business organisation representing manufacturers and suppliers of dental products. Our vision is for an industry that empowers oral health professionals to advance the health and wellbeing of all Australians...................... — ADIA Strategic Plan

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Australian Dental Industry Association - Contact details


The Australian Dental Industry Association (ADIA) is active across Australia and supports the dental industry in complying with complex government regulation, skilling staff and in the promotion of goods and services.

National Office —
Australian Dental Industry Association
GPO Box 960, Sydney, NSW, 2001
e: national.office@adia.org.au
Government Affairs —
Australian Dental Industry Association
GPO Box 1, Canberra, ACT, 2601
e: government.affairs@adia.org.au
ADIA Telephone —
ADIA Facsimile —
t: 1300 943 094 (Int. +61 2 9319 5631)
f: 1300 943 794 (Int. +61 2 9319 5381)


In order to ensure that your correspondence is directed to the correct person within the organisation, please use the email addresses listed below:

ADIA Accounts
ADIA Event Services
ADIA Member Services
ADIA Trade Show Management
ADIA Training Services

accounts@adia.org.au
events@adia.org.au
membership@adia.org.au
exhibitions@adia.org.au
training@adia.org.au

ADIA New South Wales Branch


ADIA Queensland Branch


ADIA South Australian Branch

ADIA Victorian Branch

ADIA Western Australian Branch

GPO Box 960, Sydney, NSW, 2001
nsw@adia.org.au

GPO Box 3161, Brisbane, QLD, 4001
qld@adia.org.au

GPO Box 1480, Adelaide, SA, 5001
sa@adia.org.au

GPO Box 2664, Melbourne, VIC, 3001
vic@adia.org.au

PO Box 1919,
wa@adia.org.au

If wishing to contact a specific member of staff, all ADIA email addresses follow the following protocol: firstname.surname@adia.org.au and this email will be sent directly to their computer and mobile device.

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