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Join us for the first in a series of events where we invite high profile leaders to provide insights that will help shape the agenda and priorities for the Hunter region as we approach the next Federal election.

Romilly Madew AO FTSE, Chief Executive Officer of Infrastructure Australia, is responsible for overseeing Infrastructure Australia’s critical role in helping governments prioritise projects and reforms that best serve our communities.

Join us for lunch as we hear from Romilly on Infrastructure Australia's 2021 Infrastructure Priority List and its focus on the regions, including the addition of Newcastle Airport and the Broadmeadow precinct.

Romilly will also speak about Infrastructure Australia's comprehensive report on the effect the pandemic has had on our behaviour, the structure and location of economic activity and what this means for planning and infrastructure priorities.

Noah's on the Beach                   Open to members and non-members
Friday 9 April 2021                       Tickets available for individuals and tables of 10
12:00pm to 2:00pm                    Ticket sales open until Thursday 8 April

Sponsorship opportunities available, contact the organiser.

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Refunds up to 8 days before the event, Refunds up to 8 days before event start date, after which venue charges are incurred.

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Noah's on the Beach

29 Zaara Street Newcastle East NSW 2300, Australia

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Jennifer Ford
Committee for the Hunter

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