We can’t wait to head to the Northern Territory for the World Federation of Neuroscience Nurses Quadrennial Congress in July 2025. 

Like most of the Top End, Darwin experiences a tropical climate with a wet and dry season. The 'Dry' runs from May through to September and the 'Wet' from October to March.

Darwin boasts an extraordinary selection of flavours and tastes when it comes to food, with menus taking inspiration from the land with local produce such as barramundi, Kakadu plums, lemon myrtle and even green ants.

Discover breath taking scenery via scenic flights or river cruises. Uncover hidden gems in Darwin and visit the unforgettable markets. Wind down in hot springs, or ramp things up and have the adventure of a lifetime on the road!

Please keep in mind, that July is peak season here in Darwin so be sure to plan your trip in advance. 

For more information visit Top End Travel and Information Centre HERE

Tastes of the territory

Blending its close proximity to Asia and an ocean brimming with fresh catches, the Northern Territory capital has captured the ideal ingredients make Darwin a modern dining delight. We've got the lot when it comes to fine feasting and here's a tiny taste of our best.

Check out our top picks on Tripadviser HERE


Eyes set on some adventure? Look no further! Darwin has a huge range of exciting activities waiting for you to explore. Whether you're a nature enthusiast, a history buff, or simply looking for some laid-back fun, Darwin has something for everyone to enjoy! Come and discover the magic of the Top End.

Click HERE for some of our must-do experiences

OUR NATional parks

Litchfield & Kakadu National Park are located in the Northern Territory, just outside of Darwin. Both locations offer breath taking landscapes, waterfalls and so much more! These areas are renowned for their stunning natural beauty, rich Aboriginal cultural heritage, and abundant wildlife. 

Click HERE to view more details & outback travel itineraries.


Multicultural Darwin has an extensive history full of art and Larrakia culture. Whether you jump on a day tour to West Arnhem where the Traditional Owners take you through over 60,000 years of history, or view some unique and stunning art and culture at the Museum of Art Gallery Northern Territory you will be in awe of the cultural experiences here in Darwin. 

Click HERE to view details and availability. 

For more information visit Top End Travel and Information Centre HERE.

For further information on weather, transport & what to pack download this free general information document. 

For maps of Darwin click HERE

Get in touch! 

For more information on Darwin and the Top End please contact the conference organiser:

Kayla Robinson | AA&P Events

M: +61 435 226 110