This event will be an opportunity for delegates and invited guests to mingle with the leaders of the global Earth observation community and participate in lively discussions on how the GEO community can work together to ensure EO makes a significant impact on the world.
Rising from the ashes of a pine plantation devastated by the 2003 Canberra bushfires, the iconic National Arboretum now features 94 forests of rare, endangered and symbolic trees from around Australia and the world.
Whilst many of the trees are still young there are over 44,000 trees from over 100 countries growing across the huge 250 hectare (618 acre) site, making it one of the world's largest living collections of rare, endangered and significant trees.
The National Arboretum Canberra won the World Architecture Festival for Landscape Award in 2014. The Arboretum’s Village Centre won the Institute of Architects Award for 'Best Public Building in the ACT' in 2013.
We invite you to take in the views of Canberra from its elevated position and enjoy food and local wines prepared by the Award Winning Ginger Catering.
Gala Venue: National Arboretum
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