We are excited to announce ticket sales have opened for the 2024 North Australia Savanna Fire Forum. Get in quick, secure your place at this highly anticipated event. The 2023 Forum was SOLD OUT, and we are expecting the same for this world leading savanna fire event in 2024.
We invite fire managers, Indigenous land managers, carbon industry practitioners, scientists, policy makers and other interested parties to join us on Larrakia Country (Darwin) from 20-22 February 2024 to explore the theme: ‘Savanna Fire Management for Healthy Country and Healthy People’.
|Indigenous ranger/ICIN member*||$200 per person|
|Not-for-profit/University/Student||$400 per person|
|Government/Corporate||$800 per person|
Secure your place today.
For this knowledge sharing Forum to remain unique and Indigenous led we have kept ticket prices as low as possible. We are committed to supporting Indigenous experts and fire practitioners to share knowledge, insights and practice with the wider community.
The Forum Program is being collaboratively developed, with its release anticipated by the end of the year.
Pictured below: Left: Representatives from the Strong Women for Healthy Country/Mimal Land Management and Right: Representatives from Tiwi Resources, 2023 Savanna Fire Forum
Announcement: New sponsors
We thank our growing list of sponsors for their generous contributions, ensuring the network can continue to host this Indigenous-led Forum.
Your support confirms the importance of this event, one that elevates Indigenous voices and promotes Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leadership in caring for Country.
Our call for sponsors is STILL OPEN! Sponsorship opportunities are available for organisations that support our values and purpose. View our Prospectus for detailed information. We look forward to partnering with you on this landmark event.
Program development underway for the Savanna Fire Forum
Our Working Group is in the process of developing the Indigenous-led program for the Forum, it will cover topics and sessions such as latest experiences in savanna fire management practice, fire weather updates, women in fire yarning circle, fire science technology, satellite mapping, fire songs and stories and industry insights. Stay tuned for the program announcement in coming weeks.