Visit Uluru with Northern Territory Convention Bureau

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Business with an unbeatable backdrop… Business events are designed to inspire new thinking and what better way to do this than take your event to a completely unconventional location?

Date: 13th-15 October 2017
Where: Uluru and surrounding areas with NT Convention Bueau
What: Executive PA Famil

EAs who regularly plan business events in Australia have the exciting opportunity to visit the heart of central Australia to gain first-hand experience of its world-class venues, accommodation, facilities and services – including the famous landmark, Uluru, all courtesy of the Northern Territory (NT) Convention Bureau and it’s business events partners.

Uluru is a large and sacred sandstone rock and a very significant cultural site. It was declared a national park in 1950 and has been welcoming local and international visitors for decades.

Rich in unconventional thinking and experiences, Uluru is considered the perfect addition to any event itinerary as it can inspire better business through raising questions about how the people, services and businesses of Uluru must think and behave to thrive in their unique surroundings.

Uluru is the perfect backdrop for a corporate experience that’ll stimulate your delegate to reflect and think outside the box, says the NT Convention Bureau!

It’ll push the boundaries, challenge expectations, endlessly inspire and – perhaps most importantly – leave a lasting impression.

They also note that hosting an event in Uluru provides an extremely significant draw card when it comes to securing delegates.

Lucky EAs will be hosted by the knowledgeable NT Convention Bureau team, who is on hand to ensure each attendee gets as much exposure to the offerings as possible.

Executive PA Media members are invited to visit Uluru and the surrounding areas between Friday, October 13 and Sunday, October 15. The event will kick-off with a welcome dinner at the Uluru Camel Farm, and the weekend-long experience will also include Fork and View sunrise tour with SEIT, networking lunch, cultural activities courtesy of Maruku Arts, a night under the stars at Tali Wiru, a morning activity exploring Kata Tjuta with AAT Kings. Accommodation will be supply by Voyages, and the famil will be rounded off with a stop to visit the once in a lifetime experience ‘Uluru Field of Light.’