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Make the Most of your May

May 7, 2015

It’s hotting up in Darwin, and not in the weather sense, but rather, cooling down temp wise and heating up on terra firma.

 

The month of May presents a buffet of opportunities to get out and about as the town shifts from what appears to the naked (southern) eye as a wet season coma (read: hibernation).

 

For my first full dry season in Darwin, it’s all about exploring and experiencing. There is an alphabet of activity (A is for..) for a Young Professional in the Territory and it would be remiss of us to not to take it all in, sweep it all up and Instagram it like crazy.

 

Each weekend there is a new festival or local event to experience and share. At YPN-NT we encourage our members to embrace the things that the NT offers – be it the food, the arts, the flora and fauna or the seemingly endless sporting events.

 

 

This month and next (May and June), YPN-NT is delivering not one but two great events each month. To make the most of your new found social calendar, it’s time to:

 

  • Wrap that elevator speech up in a red bow – introduce yourself, your job and your interests in a quick and vibrant way

  • Keep up with NT politics.

  • Visit Mindil Beach Markets, Nightcliff Jetty and East Point if you haven't done so already.

  • Get social – both literally and online – and if you’re not already, join YPN-NT on our various channels and profiles.

  • Volunteer - Canteen NT are looking for camping volunteers, this is a great opportunity to explore the beautiful territory and do some good.

  • Explore and recommend – been somewhere good? Learnt something new? Recommend it to your colleagues, acquaintances and friends.

 

Try and extend your ‘making the most of May’ across your professional life as well – maybe you’ll meet some new people at one of our events?

 

Click here to get the low down on YPN's upcoming events and dry season activities! 

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