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NCC: Regional Conference 2024

Saturday, 1 JuntoSunday, 2 Jun

It is soon time to get together for our Regional Conference.

Each year we organise a big convergence for those who care about nature and climate in a different region of NSW.

We are excited to announce that this year’s conference will take place in the Hunter and Central Coast – a place known for beautiful beaches, scenic landscapes, stunning wildlife and of course – coal mining and coal-fired power. This area that powers NSW has become an exciting centre for the renewable energy transition.

To explore this and shine a spotlight on the unique challenges and exciting possibilities facing this region we are partnering with:

  • Hunter Community Environment Centre (HCEC)
  • Hunter Jobs Alliance (HJA)
  • Rising Tide
  • Climate Action Newcastle (CAN)
  • Central Coast Community Environment Network (CEN)
  • National Parks Association – Hunter Branch
  • Hunter Renewal
  • Hunter Environment Lobby

The conference will be a chance for networking, information sharing, skill development and collaborative planning to effect change.


  • What😕NCC Regional Conference 2024 
  • When: Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd June (field trip)
  • Where:?Glenrock Scout Camp, 41 Scout Camp Rd, Whitebridge, NSW 2290
  • Cost: $45 including Saturday?morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea and Sunday light refreshments. (with free tickets available for First Nations people and U25s)

This year’s program promises to be a fascinating insight into the issues impacting nature and climate in the region, including a deep exploration of this region’s role in our energy transition. How can we ensure the urgent transition away from fossil fuels to reduce the impact of climate change is done in a way that can enhance and protect nature?

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