This event has passed, thank you to all who attended

A recording of the Governors address and Dr Sally Driml’s presentation can be downloaded HERE

The National Parks Association of Queensland (NPAQ) has been active in increasing Queensland’s National Park Estate and seeking management of threats for 93 years.

The NPAQ Annual Dinner is a highly anticipated event that celebrates the accomplishments of the organisation and its members in their conservation endeavours.

To be held in Brisbane city, this event provides an evening of inspiration, connection, education and entertainment.

The event features guest speaker Dr Sally Driml, who has experience in economics and environmental management and will be presenting on “Revealing the invisible economic values of nature.”

The NPAQ Annual Dinner is not only a celebration but also an opportunity to raise funds to support ongoing conservation efforts.

Key Information

Date: 17th June 2023

Time: 6:30pm – 10pm

Venue: Royal on the Park, Brisbane City

Ticket Sales end: 3pm 9th June 2023

Dress Code: This is a semi formal event

The venue is best driven to as the nearest public transport is Brisbane Central Station or the Botanical Gardens, Alice St bus stop. 

Parking will be available onsite for $35 or nearby parking is available for $7 at 53 Albert St, First Parking

Our Speaker

Dr Sally Driml has experience in economics and environmental management.

Her research and policy experience has been applied in the areas of tourism, environmental policy, protected area management and climate change.

She recently published research on the economic value generated by people visiting Queensland’s national parks.

Sally is currently a member of the Board of Directors of the Wet Tropics Management Authority and an Honorary Senior Fellow at the University of Queensland.

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