This will be the first time in over two decades that Australia has held the event, with Sydney hosting the biennial event in 2003.
Around 700 delegates are expected to attend the event over five days.
“It is great to see a strong global interest in the Gold Coast for health and life sciences events, particularly as the Gold Coast Health and Knowledge Precinct increasingly becomes known as a hub for cross industry collaboration, healthcare innovation and next-generation technologies,” said Destination Gold Coast’s Acting COO, Rachel Hancock.
“It’s great to see more evidence of the city’s appeal as a major destination for international conventions and we look forward to welcoming ISRS delegates to experience the region.”
The Gold Coast won the bid with support from Tourism and Events Queensland and the Business Events Bid Fund managed by Tourism Australia.
“Tourism Australia’s Business Events Bid Fund continues to secure a strong pipeline of international business events across Australia, including this latest win on the Gold Coast,” said Tourism Australia’s managing director Phillipa Harrison.
“The symposium in 2025 is another important event which will deliver significant benefits to the visitor economy.”