DKA is proud to share the activities of the Precinct with special guests.
A focus of DKA’s work is sharing local culture and the knowledge generated across the Precinct. This year we have been delighted to host the following key stakeholders and esteemed guests:
Consul General of India, Perth, Mr Amit Kumar Mushr came to learn about the Precinct’s focus on renewable energy and discover what learnings are applicable in India.
NT Chief Minister Michael Gunner was briefed on DKA’s operations and programs, with a particular focus on the Intyalheme Centre for Future Energy, which will assist the NT achieve its 50% renewable energy target by 2030.
Federal MP for Lingiari Warren Snowdon toured the Precinct and was equally interested in DKA’s operations and role in delivering a sustainable energy market.
Foreign policy officers from Cambodia and Myanmar, Mar Vichea Huot and Ye Wint Kyaw, along with officers from DFAT Canberra, received detailed information about innovation and economic development in regional Australia, and the role of Aboriginal Australians in contemporary Australia.
Tourism NT hosted a delegation of interstate teachers and DKA presented them with a taste of our edutourism experience. Their feedback confirmed the value of the opportunity for schools from across the country, and the world, to visit the Precint to engage in STEAM activities and cultural experiences. Edutourism experiences will be delivered to interstate school groups from 2019 and become an important knowledge sharing activity at the Precinct.