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Sun’s out, guns out! Julie Bishop checks out weapons, grenades and even crocodiles during a diplomatic visit to Darwin

  • Julie Bishop is in Northern Terriory for annual regional visit alongside ambassadors and high commissioners
  • Ms Bishop leads 70 Canberra-based delegates from around the world to showcase business opportunities
  • She praised the NT’s proximity to southeast Asia, suggesting that it benefited Australia’s economic interests
  • She also took time to play with guns, crocs and copters to ‘showcase the best of Darwin and its surrounds’

Julie Bishop has gone bush, taking to Australia’s top end for an annual regional visit that sees ambassadors and high commissioners going on tour away from the nation’s capital.

The Minister for Foreign Affairs is leading a delegation of 70 Canberra-based Ambassadors and High Commissioners from around 70 nations, showcasing business, tourism and investment opportunities in the Northern Territory.

Ms Bishop praised the northern state’s proximity to southeast Asia, suggesting that it afforded major opportunities in the way of Australia’s economic and defence interests.

Julie Bishop has gone bush, taking to Australia's top end for an annual regional visit that sees ambassadors and high commissioners going on tour away from Canberra

Julie Bishop has gone bush, taking to Australia’s top end for an annual regional visit that sees ambassadors and high commissioners going on tour away from Canberra

 Ms Bishop is leading a delegation of 70 Canberra-based Ambassadors and High Commissioners from around 70 nations, showcasing business, tourism and investment opportunities in the Northern Territory

 Ms Bishop is leading a delegation of 70 Canberra-based Ambassadors and High Commissioners from around 70 nations, showcasing business, tourism and investment opportunities in the Northern Territory

The Deputy Leader of the Liberal Party also took some time to play with guns, crocs, cattle and copters in a bid to 'showcase the best of Darwin and its surrounds'

The Deputy Leader of the Liberal Party also took some time to play with guns, crocs, cattle and copters in a bid to ‘showcase the best of Darwin and its surrounds’

‘We [Australia and southeast Asia] are exquisitely placed to take advantage of the economic growth to the north – China, Japan and Korea, with whom we have free-trade agreements,’ Ms Bishop told NT News.

The Deputy Leader of the Liberal Party also took some time to play with guns, crocs, cattle and copters in a bid to ‘showcase the best of Darwin and its surrounds’.

Her dalliances with artillery cannons and hand grenades were not without a sense of importance, however.

Ms Bishop asserted that ‘in terms of security this part of the world is one of the most contested and competitive regions on the planet.

The Deputy Liberal Party Leader asserted that 'In terms of security this part of the world is one of the most contested and competitive regions on the planet'

The Deputy Liberal Party Leader asserted that ‘In terms of security this part of the world is one of the most contested and competitive regions on the planet’

 'A lot of the reason we want to have defence in this region is to protect our interests,' she said

 ‘A lot of the reason we want to have defence in this region is to protect our interests,’ she said

Ms Bishop praised the northern state's proximity to southeast Asia, suggesting that it afforded major opportunities in the way of Australia's economic and defence interests

Ms Bishop praised the northern state’s proximity to southeast Asia, suggesting that it afforded major opportunities in the way of Australia’s economic and defence interests

‘A lot of the reason we want to have defence in this region is to protect our interests,’ she said.

Ms Bishop further noted that ‘We are currently negotiating a comprehensive economic partnership with Indonesia… So our economic interest is to our north and Darwin is the natural gateway through to southeast Asia and north Asia.’

The group are set to visit Beatrice Hill Buffalo Farm, Coastal Plains Research Farm, Charles Darwin University, Larrakeyah Barracks, Inpex and the Centre for Indigenous Leadership during their tour.

Ms Bishop declared that 'We [Australia and southeast Asia] are exquisitely placed to take advantage of the economic growth to the north – China, Japan and Korea, with whom we have free-trade agreements'

Ms Bishop declared that ‘We [Australia and southeast Asia] are exquisitely placed to take advantage of the economic growth to the north – China, Japan and Korea, with whom we have free-trade agreements’

Ms Bishop further noted that 'We are currently negotiating a comprehensive economic partnership with Indonesia... So our economic interest is to our north and Darwin is the natural gateway through to southeast Asia and north Asia'

Ms Bishop further noted that ‘We are currently negotiating a comprehensive economic partnership with Indonesia… So our economic interest is to our north and Darwin is the natural gateway through to southeast Asia and north Asia’

The group are set to visit Beatrice Hill Buffalo Farm, Coastal Plains Research Farm, Charles Darwin University, Larrakeyah Barracks, Inpex and the Centre for Indigenous Leadership during their tour

The group are set to visit Beatrice Hill Buffalo Farm, Coastal Plains Research Farm, Charles Darwin University, Larrakeyah Barracks, Inpex and the Centre for Indigenous Leadership during their tour

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