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The Value of Place, Time and People in a Complex World

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Equivalent in size to France, Italy and Spain combined, Australia’s vast Northern Territory (NT) is divided into two distinctly different regions, each with its own weather system. The lush, green ‘Top End’ has a tropical climate and is home to the cosmopolitan capital city Darwin and the World-Heritage listed Kakadu, the country’s largest national park. In contrast, the ochre-coloured, desert-like landscape of the south has a semi-arid climate and is where you’ll find landmarks such as Uluru (also known as Ayers Rock), Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) and Alice Springs, Australia’s most famous outback town.

Innovation and Leadership
Lyndon Frearson has been providing advocacy support to Northern Territory Business Events for many years. As the Ekistica's managing director and principal consultant, he is one of Australia’s leading engineer specialists in the renewable energy sector and provides a perfect example of Northern Territory innovation and leadership. Ekistika’s solutions for remote area infrastructure development are used around the world.

“Northern Territory is my home,” said Lyndon. “It is the place where my children were born and where my best memories have been formed. We have seen countless sunsets and night skies the likes of which you can’t find anywhere else. My kids have a relationship to the bush and the environment that is a rare commodity in an increasingly urbanized world. But most of all it is the people. They truly are what makes the Northern Territory great.”

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