The Top End of the Northern Territory is prone to cyclones from November to May.
Cyclones usually affect coastal areas up to 50km inland from the sea. Cyclones are dangerous and can produce destructive winds, heavy rainfall, flooding and storm surges. They affect essential services and disrupt your ability to travel and communicate. The protection of your family, your home and your possessions is your responsibility.
Find out what you need to do to prepare and plan for cyclone season with Rick Dalgrin from Accidental Health & Safety Northern Territory
Light morning tea (tea/coffee/biscuits) provided. Bookings required (especially for larger groups) to assist with room set up/pack down.
Bookings required, please use the details provided and leave your name and contact phone number.
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