Northern Territory Convention Bureau
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The NT is a place like nowhere else on Earth, with unique landscapes and conditions that have inspired countless generations of creative inventions and outside-the-box solutions; from pioneering large-scale solar power facilities and world-class oil and gas infrastructure, to the Remote Area Health Corps and the Royal Flying Doctors.

This spirit of ingenuity lives on today more than ever.

So whether you’re meeting in the Red Centre or the Top End, you too can’t help but feel inspired to think unconventionally.

Meet the NT today.

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Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia
The Port of Darwin at East Arm Wharf is Australia's most northern natural deep water port, and Australia's closest port to the ASEAN region. The port and its infrastructure provide a world class, fully integrated intermodal common user transport facility.
Incentives, Northern Territory, Australia
The Northern Territory is just two hours flying time from its nearest Asian neighbour, and has direct domestic aviation access to all major airports throughout Australia.
Incentives, Northern Territory, Australia
The NT is huge – at 1,352,176 square kilometres, it occupies one sixth of Australia’s total land mass. It is six times the size of Britain and is the land equivalent of France, Italy and Spain combined.
Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia

Darwin enjoys a tropical climate with warm weather all year round. The temperature averages 32°C all year round. May to September is characterised by warm, sunny days with crisp nights and misty mornings. Then October until April is warm tropical days with balmy evenings are interspersed with occasional thunderstorms and a spectacular lightening show not to be missed.

Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia
The world-renowned 73 hectare Desert Knowledge Precinct in Alice Springs provides an international focus for developing the people, knowledge and economy of the world’s desert regions.
Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia
The Doubletree by Hilton Alice Springs has a solar installation which reduces the hotel’s emissions and supplies up to 80% of the property’s instantaneous demand during the day.
Incentives, Northern Territory, Australia

The NT offers the opportunity for interactive engagement with Indigenous culture through various activities such as: basket weaving, dot-painting workshops, bush food safaris/demonstrations, spear and boomerang throwing, interactive didgeridoo playing, and many more.

Uluru, Northern Territory, Australia
Uluru (Ayers Rock) is one of Australia’s most recognisable icons and is located in the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, some 440 kilometres south west of Alice Springs. It is referred to as the Red Centre and heart of Australia.
Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia

Darwin Harbour is around 7 times larger than Sydney Harbour and is mostly lined with mangrove forest, providing a rich habitat for a diversity of marine life.

Incentives, Northern Territory, Australia
The NT is a resource-rich, vibrant region of Australia and is one of the fastest growing regions in Australia – it currently ranks second strongest for overall economic performance.
Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia
The “World’s Largest Classroom”, the Alice Springs School of the Air covers an area of 1.3 million sq km and on average, educates 120 students living in remote Central Australia.
Incentives, Northern Territory, Australia

The NT has a proven track record at boosting delegate attendance due to its destination appeal.

Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia
Darwin is closer to Jakarta than it is to Sydney, and closer to Singapore than it is to Melbourne.

Incentives, Northern Territory, Australia
In traditional Western Desert art, the circular dot icon symbolises a camp site or meeting place. For thousands of years, the first people of the NT have held meetings in locations deemed spiritually significant.
Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia
Darwin provides the gateway to the region known as the Top End, which includes some of Australia’s largest and most significant national parks, including the Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park and also Litchfield National Park.
Incentives, Northern Territory, Australia

The NT hosts some of the largest mines and mineral deposits in the world, and is Australia’s highest producer of uranium and manganese.