The Australian Mango Conference 2019 location: Pee Wee's at the Point, overlooking the Darwin skyline.
The Australian Mango Conference is held every two years and attracts hundreds of delegates from across the industry, for the three day event.
Australian Mango Industry Association Chairman Ben Martin delivering the opening address.
The AMIA's Treena Welch and Hort Innovation's Tate Connolly delivering the latest marketing statistics from the 2018-19 mango season.
The Australian Mango Conference's Trade Show, which attracted more than 20 businesses to showcase their products and services.
Delegates enjoying the Trade Show at the Australian Mango Conference 2019
The Trade Show, featured products from packaging and labelling right through to employment services for the mango industry.
Ross Barker, Andrew Dalglish and Chris Brancatisano taking part in a panel discussion about the recent trends in the domestic mango market.
Peter Leach, from Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, with a presentation on Export research and development insights from monitoring the cold chain.
Ben Reilly, from Steritech, with a presentation on Treatment Facility Irradiation.
Jenny Van de Meeberg, from Hort Innovation, explaining horticulture market access prioritisation and the approach to trade.
Brian Armit from Conveyor Supplies NQ
Peter Fomiatti and Reece Galletly from Orora Fresh
Roberto Ciancio and Roei Yaakobi from Tie Up Farming
Professor Andrew Robson, from University of New England, speaking about remote sensing applications for agriculture including recent results for mango.
Dr Lucy Tran-Nguyen delivering a presentation on identifying and understanding factors that cause Resin Canal Discoloration in mangoes.
Professor Kerry Walsh, from Central Queensland University, explaining harvest timing, load estimation and auto-harvest.
Delegates hear from an expert panel regarding the latest technical export information and trends for mango.
Australian Mango Conference 2019 MC, Anna Daniels
Peter Delis and Dr Peter Hoffman (seated) talking about delivering a quality product and managing supply chain temperatures.
Dr Cameron McConchie from the Northern Territory Department of Primary Industries and Resources explaining advances in mango production in NT
The Australian Mango Conference 2019 included a site visit of the Australian Dried Produce factory.
Machinery at the Australian Dried Produce factory
Management at Australian Dried Produce explain the features of their factory.
The Australian Dried Produce facility operates throughout the mango season, and management says that demand for its products is growing rapidly.
The dried mango products processed at Australian Dried Produce
Delegates enjoy lunch ahead of the Australian Dried Produce tour
An outdoor setting for the Australian Mango Conference Gala Dinner at Fannie Bay Gaol in Darwin
Entertainment at the Australian Mango Conference Gala Dinner event included acrobatics with a "prisoner" theme.
AMIA Chief Executive Robert Gray addressing the Gala Dinner event, at Fannie Bay Gaol in Darwin