Overture to Peace

From literature to live stage entertainment – acclaimed artists, musicians and Indigenous performers will converge on Darwin for the Overture to Peace spectacular concert event at twilight on Anzac Day Eve. Overture to Peace will take the audience on a journey – it will honour the men and women who have fought for our precious democracy, reflect on the enormity of the sacrifices made in order to ensure the freedoms, and shine a light on the Territory's unique wartime story. Directed by Australian musician and television personality, John Foreman OAM, the event will feature performances by Human Nature, Dami Im and Marina Prior as well as local artists and the much-loved Darwin Symphony Orchestra at TIO Stadium at Marrara in what promises to be a unique and emotive ceremonial event.

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February

This event has been postponed until further notice.

September

AusCERT2019 gave you the tools to build knowledge within your team. This year, we are shouting from the rooftops that anyone in your organisation can be your champion, your cyber security hero.

October

The ANI’s Annual Dinner and Vernon Parker Oration will be held in conjunction with the Goldrick Seminar on the evening of 13 October, having been rescheduled due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

The 2020 ANI Goldrick Seminar will discuss a wide range of issues around Remote and Autonomous Systems at Sea.

RotorTech 2020 is the region’s premier helicopter and unmanned flight systems showcase and forum.

The 2020 Women in Defence Awards will celebrate talented, determined, successful women who make a positive impact in the defence business arena.

The F-35A Corporate Lunch is Hunter Defence Support Network’s fundraiser of the year.

9th Annual Northern Australia Defence Summit will be a high-level policy-driven summit with a theme and focus on ‘Mobilising defence capability and force posture in Northern Australia.’

November

In November each year, the Defence Chief Information Officer Group (CIOG) partners with the UNSW Canberra and the Institute of Electronic and Electrical Engineers (IEEE) to present MilCIS.

The 10th Biennial SIA Conference will be held on 17 – 18 November in Canberra.