Residential Tenancies Breakfast


The Hon. Marlene Kairouz MP, Minister for Consumer Affairs will join REIV for breakfast to discuss directly the changes to the Residential Tenancies Act, it’s implementation and the Governments’ vision and drivers for change.

This is a great opportunity for members and their landlords to hear directly from the Minister.

In addition, Nick Morris OAM, Paralympic Gold Medallist and Stephanie Agnew, former Property Manager and 2012 REINT Corporate Support Person of the Year, will provide an overview on the Get Skilled Access Program. Nick and Stephanie will discuss the huge opportunity for our industry to create an inclusive environment for people with a disability.

Date:        Thursday, 1 August 2019                                                                                  
Time:        7:15am for 7:30am - 9:30am
Venue:      Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club, 489 Glenferrie Road, Kooyong
Tickets:    $55pp - Members
                  $495  - Table of 10 (Members only)
                  $88pp - Non-Members
                  Any special dietary requirements must be emailed to [email protected] no later than 5pm, on 29th July.

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Guest Speakers

The Hon. Marlene Kairouz MP

Marlene Kairouz is Minister for Consumer Affairs, Gaming and Liquor Regulation and Minister for Suburban Development in the Andrews Labor Government. The Minister first entered the Victorian Parliament in 2008 in a
by-election for the seat of Kororoit.

In 2016, she was sworn in as Minister for Consumer Affairs and Gaming and Liquor Regulation. 

In November 2018, after a triumphant Labor Election win, Marlene was again, sworn in as Minister for Consumer Affairs, Gaming and Liquor Regulation and now holds a new position as Minister for Suburban Development. 

Minister Kairouz has responsibility for three portfolios and has overseen major reforms.



Nick Morris OAM

Nick is an international expert in the DDA and accessibility consulting space. He holds a degree in Human Movement, is a gold medal winning Paralympian and is an accredited accessibility consultant with the Accessibility Consultants Association of Australia. Nick has also been the accessibility advisor to the International Paralympic Committee.  
Co-Founding Get Skilled Access, Nick Morris has fifteen years experience in the accessibility management field.  Specialized in the provision of a practical, comprehensive and cost effective approach to disability management to existing and proposed building developments. The provision of disabled access encompasses the Federal Disability Discrimination Act (DDA), Building Code of Australia (BCA) and Australian Standards (1428 series).

Get Skilled Access is an organisation that is changing the face of disability, accessibility awareness working with government and corporate Australia to identify inclusion gaps that drive positive cultural change in diversity and increasing economic participation.

Stephanie Agnew

Stephanie fell in love with Real Estate when she first started working as a property manager at the age of 19. Not long after, she was diagnosed with a degenerative retinal condition called cone rod dystrophy which meant she would eventually lose all of her sight. At the age of 23 Steph lost her drivers license and thought that was the end of her career in real estate, requiring a drivers license to be a property manager. Not one to give up she learnt all facets of the business and used her skills to work within administration, training and office management.

In 2012 she was named the REINT Corporate Support Person of the Year and named as a national finalist in the same category for the 2013 REIA Awards.

After 11 years in the Real Estate industry, and working in agencies in NSW, NT and VIC, Stephanie decided to focus on shining the light on people with vision loss and blindness, showing that they are just as able as everyone else, they just do things differently.

01 Aug 2019, 7:30 AM
Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club
489 Glenferrie Rd
Kooyong, VIC 3144

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