EVENT: What does a changing climate mean for our coasts & fishing?

Join us at the Darwin Railway Club on Tuesday 6 August, to hear about what climate change means for Top End mangroves, coasts and marine wildlife, and our fishing lifestyle. Book your free ticket here.


We’re hosting a panel discussion with the Territory's top experts to talk through what is happening to our coasts and fishing lifestyle in a warming climate - we’d like you to join us. 


  • Professor Lindsay Hutley, Charles Darwin University. Researching the unprecedented 1000km length mangrove dieback in The Gulf.

  • Dr Rick Buckworth Charles Darwin University. Fisheries Scientist. What changes can we expect for NT fish and mudcrabs.

  • Rachel Groom, Chair NT Aust Marine Sciences Association. Marine Threatened Species Scientist speaking on turtles and dugong.

  • MC: Amy Hetherington, Comedian and Director of Amiable Communications. 

WHERE: Darwin Railway Club, Parap.

WHEN: Tuesday 6 August. Doors 6pm, start 6:30pm.


Come along for a relaxed evening at the pub, and here from the Territory's top experts about what is happening to our coasts and fishing lifestyle. Feel free to bring your friends along too.

Everyone is welcome, but spots are limited so RSVP to secure your free ticket.