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The Australian Aviation Heritage Centre has an impressive presentation of aircraft and displays depicting the Territory’s involvement in aviation, both civil and military, from the early pioneers and record breakers through World War II and the jet age.
The public face of Brown's Mart is that of an historic building that's regularly transformed into a theatre, performance space, gallery and live music venue.
Looking to the city from the edge of the Arafura Sea, Darwin Convention Centre is the imminent iconic landmark of Australia’s tropical harbour city. Its waterfront setting is quite befitting. To the Larrakia, the traditional owners of Darwin, the harbour is a place of connection where they have welcomed visitors for centuries while trading with other indigenous tribes and Southeast Asian neighbours.
'You have come by way of the Larrakia Land. You will hear the voice of Larrakia ancestors. When you leave, the Larrakia message will stay with you.'
Reverend Walter Fejo, Larrakia Elder
Choosing a special venue like the Darwin Convention Centre enhances stronger attendance, adds a level of anticipation and excitement to an event and gives people a unique taste of northern Australian culture they might not encounter otherwise.
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