We are pleased to announce the launch of the Program for the Developing Northern Australia Conference to be held at Darwin Convention Centre on 20-22 June 2016.
This comprehensive program features keynote speakers, 12 forums, Q & A, optional site visits, trade displays and networking opportunities. To view the Conference Program CLICK HERE.
Derived from the Federal Government’s White Paper the 12 forums include: Land and Water, Business, Trade and Investment, Infrastructure, Food and Agribusiness, Workforce Opportunities and Challenges, Tourism, Industry Working with Defence, Indigenous Affairs, International Education, Tropical Health, Governance and an Open forum.
Led by leading professionals the forums create an opportunity to find out what advances are being made, where the potential lies, how to adequately resource future development, and what the challenges are.
Hosted by the Association for Sustainability in Business the Conference provides a platform for business, industry, academics, NGOs, special interest groups, indigenous communities and all levels of Government to participate in shaping Australia’s future.
With over 80 presentations from ‘Can winter cereals be developed into a major industry for tropical Australia?’ to ‘Sustainable Infrastructure Development for the Tropics – Northern Australia in a global context’ this program offers a wide-ranging insight into the development of northern Australia.
The Developing Northern Australia Conference Above the Line – unleashing the north’s potential will be held on 20-22 June 2016 at Darwin Convention Centre.
The Conference continues the dialogue started in 2015 following the release of the Australian Government’s White Paper on Developing Northern Australia. To register your attendance at the conference CLICK HERE. Early bird registrations close 6 May 2016, so be quick to receive a discounted rate.