Tips for finding good conferences:
The format of conferences can be discipline-specific. Consider these points in relation to your field:
Is this manageable considering your other commitments? Presenting at an international meeting may be more prestigious and offer opportunities for expanded collaborations, but may be more expensive and be more time consuming.
Consider what you wish to gain from this event, and if this is the best forum for the purpose. Will your target audience attend this event?
Consider if these expenses are included in your budget.
Larger events usually have a call for abstract submission long in advance, between 6-12 months ahead of conference. Consider if this will affect future publications of your data.
For an additional tool to help you evaluate your conference please use the UQ Conference Checker.
Well established conferences should make information about previous conferences available.
In particular look at: