The first two days will be taken up by mini-conferences and the next three days will see six streams of talks each day. Apart from the talks, there will also be six tutorials, according to a media release.
The LCA normally announces its schedules after registration is opened; this is a first for the Canberra organisers.
Conference director Michael Still said: "Releasing the schedule for the conference is a significant milestone and I'm very pleased that we hit it ahead of our internal timeline.
The partners' programme is a significant part of the event and next year that will consist of a tour of family-friendly tourist attractions around the Australian national capital.
Early bird registrations for the conference open on October 1.