TUESDAY, 12 NOVEMBER & THURSDAY, 14 NOVEMBER
Charles Darwin University, Waterfront Campus
The CDU Waterfront Campus will be the venue for the workshop and field trip activites on the first and third days of the conference.
Registration will be located on the ground floor. Tea and coffee, and catering facilities will be located on the 5th floor
throughout the day.
The workshops will take place in their allocated rooms on the 3rd and 5th floors. Information about the location of each individual workshop will be provided once you register.
WEDNESDAY, 13 NOVEMBER
Exhibition Hall 1, Darwin Convention Centre
The Darwin Convention Centre will be the venue for the Presentation Day of the TNRM Conference and the
Awards Gala Dinner, which will be held on the second day of the conference.
Registration and catering facilities will be located in the concourse area outside of Exhibition Hall 1.
Exhibition Hall 1 will host the Presentation Day of the
TNRM Conference throughout the day, and the
Awards Gala Dinner throughout the evening.
The 2019 TNRM Conference is being held at the Darwin waterfront precinct.
For information about available nearby accommodation, and the best rates, please visit the Wotif website to see your accommodation options.
You can even type 'Darwin waterfront' as your destination to ensure you are searching the closest accommodation options.
Domestic and International flights arrive at Darwin International Airport, 1 Henry Wrigley Drive, NT 0820.
Darwin Airport Shuttle meets all Domestic and International flights arriving into Darwin.
Passengers can purchase a one-way or return shuttle ticket either online, via phone or in-person from the Darwin Shuttle Driver.
Cost: $18 one way, $30 return for 1 adult. Reduction in price when travelling with multiple people.
There is a mix of free (limited time) and paid parking options available around the Darwin waterfront precinct area:
Darwin Convention Centre offer underground secure parking from $5 per day or $10 overnight.
Kitchener Drive Multi-level Car park has two hours free parking, then fees apply thereafter.
Through the support of our Conference Partners, limited travel and accommodation assistance is available to assist volunteers and remote land and sea managers to attend the conference.
We pride ourselves on being inclusive and strive to ensure that our events are accessible to natural resource managers from across the Territory. We understand that getting to and attending events, such as the 2019 TNRM Conference, can be cost prohibitive, particularly for volunteers and those who work in the most remote areas.
Please note that applications will be considered and assessed in the order they are received.
If your attendance at the conference relies on receiving travel assistance, please wait until the outcome of your travel assistance application is advised before submitting a TNRM Conference Registration form.