Sunset Cruise

Date: Tuesday 25th June

Venue: Darwin Harbour Cruises

Time: 6.00pm – 8.30pm

Cost: $65.00 per person including nibbles. Drinks are available to purchase at bar prices.

Boarding from 5.30pm 

Boarding at Dock3, Stokes Hill Wharf 

If you are arriving in Darwin the day prior to the conference join fellow delegates on a 2.5 hour sunset cruise on beautiful Darwin Harbour. The conference is holding a group booking at a special rate onboard the ‘Charles Darwin’ cruise so take this opportunity to relax over nibbles and drinks whilst cruising and viewing the sunsets that Darwin is famous for.


Welcome Reception  

Date: Wednesday 26th June 

Venue: The Precinct Tavern

Time: 5.30pm – 7.30pm 

Cost: Included in all full registrations

Additional tickets: $35.00 per ticket

The local tavern at the Darwin Waterfront, boasts 46 taps of craft beers and cider, quality wines and modern pub food.

The exciting venue set in urban and contemporary surrounds sits tropically in front of the Darwin Wave pool.

Conference Dinner 

Enjoy a casual dinner and mingle with your fellow delegates at Wharf One.

Date: Thursday 27th June

Venue:  Wharf One

Time: 7.00pm – 11.00pm 

Cost: $35.00 per person includes a casual dinner and live entertainment. Drinks are available to purchase at bar prices.

Treat yourself to absolute waterfront dining at Wharf One Food & Wine, a fun and casual dining experience, specialising in wood grill cooking and seasonal local produce. Located only a 3 minute walk from the Darwin Convention Centre and the Adina Vibe Hotel, it is the perfect location for dinner, special occasions or just a drink.


Padakul Aboriginal Cultural Tour

Date: Friday 29th June

Time: 1.00pm – 5.00pm 

Cost: $100.00 per person including pick-up from the Convention Centre, 2 hour cultural tour with refreshments including damper

Padakul Aboriginal Cultural Tours is 100% Aboriginal owned and managed.

Learn about Aboriginal culture including traditional bush medicine and bush food on a guided walk, didgeridoo and clapstick demonstrations and traditional weaving.

More information is available here

There is a maximum of 13 places available