The Embassy of Hungary is proud to promote Conductive Education in Australia and New-Zealand. We were privileged to host Dr Andrea Zsebe, the Dean of the esteemed Semmelweis University’s András Pető Faculty along with the Vice-Dean, Dr László Matos at our events about Conductive Education in Melbourne and Darwin between 6 and 12 October, 2019. Participants could learn about the current issues and successes of Conductive Education, and conductors and therapists from across Australia and New-Zealand could discuss the tasks relating to the introduction of Conductive Education and acceptance of conductor as a profession. Two families have also shared their positive experiences of the time they’ve spent at the Pető Institute in Budapest. Among others, the delegation has met with a disability development centre and a hospital’s rehabilitation ward in Darwin, and with two universities in Melbourne. The project was supported by the Department of Science Diplomacy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary.