Northern Australia Food Futures Conference

Monday, 3 November 2014 to Wednesday, 5 November 2014 from 6:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Darwin Convention Centre, Darwin, Australia

 

NORTHERN AUSTRALIA FOOD FUTURES CONFERENCE (2016 Conference)

It’s a Wrap!

"First off, a sincere thanks to all speakers, sponsors, delegates, organisers and support staff for making the inaugural Northern Australia Food Futures Conference an outstanding success."

Grant Fenton - CEO NT Farmers

 

DARWIN, 3-5 NOVEMEBER 2014

 

Northern Australia Food Futures is a conference aimed at generating focused discussion on northern agriculture development policies. In helping to create framework for long term success Northern Australia Food Futures 2014 focuses on the markets and economics underpinning emerging Asian markets.

Discussions will be held on topics and ideas for issues seen throughout the supply chain, including technical and economic based research and development, environmental impacts and management, policies and food security. Evidence for successful models of agricultural development in Northern Australia is overwhelming seen throughout the regions, such as the $280 million a year production value of successfully irrigated agriculture. This figure is just shy of the live cattle trade which bring in around $350-400 million a year.

Broader sessions will be complimented with interactive single commodity sessions, allowing for individuals to zero in on their specialty.

Purpose:


"A more informed public debate for better policy formulation on agricultural developments across Northern Australia".

Goals:

1. Understand drivers of growth and agricultural investment globally.
2. Define competitive market advantages for development in Northern Australia.
3. Idenitfy time horizons for Northern Agricultural development.
4. Understand success and failures and the lessons for future development.
5. Identify infrastructure and operational needs for agribusiness success.
6. Consider the environmental impact of different industries.
7. Promote indigenous participation in Northern Agricultural development.
8. Understand the role of different commodity sectors to agricultural expansion in northern Australia.
9. Develop policy settings that encourage development.
10. Define a key list of messages for public policy makers to better guide policy decisions.

 

TICKETS

ACCOMMODATION

There are a variety of accomodation options for conference delegates, with a number of hotels and serviced apartments located in the Darwin CBD and most are located within 15 minutes walk from the conference venue, the Darwin Convention Centre.

The Hilton Hotel Darwin, The Vibe Waterfront and the Adina Service apartments are offering registered conference delegates a special conference rate. Information on room types and prices are listed below and you are able to book your accomodation as a part of your conference registration if you wish.

To register in Hilton please use the following webpage: http://www.hilton.com/en/hi/groups/personalized/D/DRWHDHI-GFFCA-20141103/index.jhtml?WT.mc_id=POG

Also the bookings can be made as following:

Emails: hiltonnt.groups@hilton.com
Phone: 08 8982 0000 ( ask for in house reservations)

 

To register in Vibe Waterfront and the Adina Service apartements please use following website: http://www.tfehotels.com/brands/vibe-hotels/vibe-hotel-darwin-waterfront

Or contact:

Vibe Hotel Darwin Waterfront
7 Kitchener Drive , Darwin Northern Territory 0800, Australia
Tel: +61 8 8982 9998
Fax: +61 8 8982 9700
darwin@vibehotels.com.au