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Tourism and international education in the NT

Parliament of Australia < 1 mins read

The Trade Subcommittee of the Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade will hold a public hearing today in Darwin for its inquiry into Australia’s tourism and international education sectors.

The Subcommittee will hear evidence from the international education sector, including universities and students themselves. The Subcommittee will also hear from regional tourism organisations, tourism operators, and representatives from the Territory Government.

The Chair of the Trade Subcommittee, Senator Deborah O’Neill commented, ‘Today’s public hearing will explore the impact of COVID-19 on tourism and international education in the NT, with an emphasis on opportunities for strengthening and growing each sector over the years ahead.’

Further information about the inquiry and program is available on the inquiry webpage.

Public hearings details

Darwin, Northern Territory

Date: Wednesday, 17 April 2024
Venue: Dining Room, Legislative Assembly of the Northern Territory, 15 Mitchell St, Darwin NT
Time: 9:15am – 5:00pm (Darwin Time; ACST)

Media inquiries

Madelaine Renshaw, Senior Adviser, Senator Deborah O’Neill (Senator for New South Wales; Chair, Trade Subcommittee)
Ph: 0431 680 929

For background information

Committee Secretariat
02 6277 2313
jscfadt@aph.gov.au

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