The Darwin Convention Centre is looking forward to a busy October with thousands of local, national and international delegates descending on Darwin over the coming month.
Conferences coming to Darwin in October include The Association of Wall and Ceiling Industries of Australia & New Zealand Conference, Northern Australia Defence Summit, Northern Territory Insurance Conference, a major corporate conference and October Business Month.
Children from the remote Top-End community of Gove
The sell-out Early Childhood Australia National Conference is a highlight on the Darwin Convention Centre’s 2016 calendar, attracting almost 2000 delegates to Darwin from 5-8 October.
With the highest proportion of children in the population than in any other part of Australia, the Top-End is a place where capital city and urban meets remote and regional. A place where ancient traditions often meet new ways of thinking.
[pullquote]The cultural and demographic diversity that distinguishes Darwin from other Australian capital cities has the power to unlock different ways of thinking and deliver unanticipated benefits for our delegates.[/pullquote]
“The Darwin Convention Centre is well positioned to bring delegates unique and culturally diverse perspectives and to draw upon the Top-End’s considerable expertise in remote childhood health and education” said Business Development Director Kellie Robertson.
The CPA Congress, Australian Dental Association Conference and Northern Territory Major Projects Conference taking place in November will round out the 2016 calendar of major conference events in Darwin before the annual awards and festive season commences.
For more information about the Darwin Convention Centre visit www.darwinconvention.com.au