2017 AASE National Conference
Friday 7th - Satuday 8th April, 2017, Darwin Convention Centre, Northern Territory

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Places of Interest

Crocosaurus Cove

You simply cannot visit Darwin without ensuring you have an encounter with a croc – a good encounter, that is! Thankfully, at Crocosaurus Cove, you’ll be able to interact with the world’s most fearsome apex predator in a safe environment. The thrilling ‘Cage of Death’ lets you (or you and a friend) experience being submerged into a tank with a five-metre + croc. Don’t worry though; you will be protected within a Perspex cage while the croc is fed right alongside you. You’ll also get to feed these amazing reptiles, handle a baby croc and see an aquarium full of sawfish, barramundi, archerfish and whip rays, as well as explore the Turtle Enclosure and Reptile House.

For further information on Crocosaurus Cove, please visit: http://www.crocosauruscove.com/

Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory

The Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (MAGNT) is the Top End's premier cultural and artistic organisation. Set in a scenic location with a magnificent view of the Arafura Sea in Darwin, the MAGNT is home to internationally recognised artistic, cultural and scientific collections and research programs.

For further information on MAGNT, please visit: http://www.magnt.net.au/


SKYCITY Darwin is the ultimate entertainment hub in the Northern Territory. Located on 30 acres of tropical gardens overlooking the Arafura Sea, SKYCITY boasts a bustling casino, various dining options, bars and live entertainment.

For further information about SKYCITY Darwin, please visit: https://www.skycitydarwin.com.au/

Darwin Harbour Cruises

Discover and immerse yourself In the intriguing history and natural environment of Darwin Harbour on four different nature-focused cruises. See the local marine habitats, shipwrecks, mangroves, sites of cultural significance and learn what happened when World War II came to Darwin. You may even be able to meet nesting or hatchling turtles on the Turtle Tracks tour between April and October

For further information on the harbour cruises, please visit: http://seadarwin.com/

Australian Aviation Heritage Centre

If you like aircraft and you like ‘em big, you’re going to love this place. The main exhibit is a massive B-52 bomber (one of only two on display outside the U.S.) along with other military aircraft, engines and the wreckage of a Japanese Zero fighter shot down in the 1942 air raids on Darwin. There are 19 aircraft on display, as well as 38 major displays, relics of crashed aircraft, and 21 engines.

For further information on the Darwins Aviation Museum, please visit: http://www.darwinsairwar.com.au/


Conference Secretariat


For all Conference enquiries, please contact GEMS Event Management Australia on +61 2 9744 5252.