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Visiting Darwin


Darwin is a tropical harbour city and the perfect launching pad to combine business with pleasure. Its pristine wilderness and raw beauty includes World Heritage listed sites and stunning coastlines. CDNM 2024 will take place in July, during the Darwin dry season – expect sunny days and crisp nights; The average daytime temperature is 23-32° and the average overnight temperature is 17-23°.

The Larrakia, or saltwater people, are the traditional owners of the Darwin region and are active members of the community. Darwin is uniquely positioned to provide exceptional cultural tourism experiences. To the Larrakia people, the year is divided into seven seasons – each with distinctive changes to weather patterns and plant and animal activity. July is Dinidjanggama (Heavy dew time).

Darwin Harbour Cruises are offering delegates a 10% discount with the code below.
Discount code: EXPERT10

Purchase between: now & 31 July 2024
For travel between: 1 July 2024 – 31 July 2024

Explore the Northern Territory

Make the most of your visit to the Northern Territory by exploring its unspoilt natural beauty and rich cultural heritage. If you have time before or after the symposium, you may like to check out for inspiration on what to see and do in the regions. Tourism Top End is available to assist with booking pre and post event activities, tours and accommodation.

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