Explore the dramatically beautiful landscapes of the Northern Territory as you learn about the history and practice of occupational therapy in the region. The tour is supported by Occupational Therapy Australia and is led by Marilyn Pattison, the immediate past president of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists.
From Darwin, travel to beautiful Katherine and into stunning Kakadu before returning to Darwin at the end of the tour. Cruise beautiful gorges and the Adelaide River, mingle in Mindil Markets, explore spectacular waterfalls and swim in hot springs and learn about local culture and history ranging from ancient times to the modern day.
FULL REFUND FOR COVID CANCELLATIONS
You can book on this tour secure in the knowledge that if you have to cancel due to Covid-related border closures, you will receive a 100% refund. This refund applies up until the day of departure.
This tour is eligible for CPD. Partners are very welcome.
Marilyn Pattison is the founder and General Manager of MPOT/Access Fitness, a leading provider of adult community rehabilitation services in South Australia, the General Manager of Talking Matters, a leading provider of paediatric services in South Australia and the immediate past president of the World Federation of Occupational (WFOT). Marilyn has been involved in a wide variety of practice settings and has been involved with the state and national Australian Occupational Therapy associations and worldwide with WFOT, including liaising with the World Health Organisation. Marilyn is recognised as an international expert in Workplace Health, Rehabilitation and Entrepreneurship and is regularly invited as a guest speaker internationally.
Marilyn has been recognised by the occupational therapy profession in Australia and internationally. She has been awarded the OT Australia National Award for her contribution to her professional association as well as the Sylvia Docker Lectureship for her contribution to the profession. . Internationally Marilyn has been made an Honorary Member of the Swedish Occupational Therapy Association and the Moroccan Association of Occupational Therapy and an Honorary Fellow of WFOT, the highest international honour an occupational therapist can receive.
The ground cost of the tour is $2,990 per person sharing