Tourism Opportunities that Support Threatened Species


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Presenter:  Paperbark HR and Charles Darwin University

Date: Oct 26, 2018

Time: 9:30am to 12:30pm

Contact person:  Eventbrite
T: 03 8658 0810
E: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/contact/

Location:  Charles Darwin University Waterfront Campus, Room WFD 3.21, Kitchner Drive, The Waterfront, Darwin City, NT 0800

Target audience:  People interested in the tourism, conservation or general business areas that want to know more about strategies to support threatened species – including students currently studying in these areas and staff in government and not-for-profits.

A workshop about business opportunities and activities involving ecological tourism developments that support threatened or vulnerable flora and fauna across the NT.

Hear about some of the roles using case studies, research, digital presentations and on the spot talks. Explore potential pathways for yourselves and networks.

Paperbark HR is an Aboriginal owned business operated by Lenore Dembski Paperbark Woman. The business is located in Darwin in the Northern Territory. Further information can be found at www.paperbarkwoman.com.au.

The CDU School of Business, the Northern Institute and the School of VET are all part of Charles Darwin University.

For more information www.cdu.edu.au / www.cdu.edu.au/business / www.cdu.edu.au/northern-institute

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