Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss, will present on the Northern Territory’s investment into arts and culture, at the Meeting of Cultural Ministers held in Brisbane today.
More visitors from Australia and overseas are making their way to Central Australia, staying longer and spending more, according to latest Tourism Research Australia (TRA) results.
A free Darwin Waterfront shuttle bus will commence operations today. The bus will operate at peak lunch and dinner times; from 11.30 am to 2 pm and 4 pm to 9 pm.
Public consultation begins today for the 10-Year Museums Master Plan for Darwin and Palmerston.The Museums Master Plan is part of the Territory Labor Government’s cultural investment program said Acting Minister for Tourism and Culture, Eva Lawler.
The Department of Tourism and Culture is calling for nominations for Advisory Committee positions for the Alice Springs Masters Games 2018 (ASMG).
The Northern Territory Institute of Sport (NTIS), in collaboration with Tennis Australia, is hosting an Officiating Workshop for officials from all sports in Alice Springs next Thursday, 21 September.
The Araluen Arts Centre is pleased to present Boyd Meets Girl - an exciting guitar and cello duo performing Friday 22 September.
More than 6000 people attended the launch and opening weekend exhibition of Desert Mob 2017 – a huge success that has ensured remote galleries gain national exposure and opportunities to sell their artwork – Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss said today.
Celebrate the diverse birdlife of Central Australia at the Alice Springs Desert Park annual Red Centre Bird Festival, a five day festival that runs from next Wednesday 20 to Sunday 24 September.
A new installation and expanded program of events has been announced for Parrtjima – A Festival in Light, the extraordinary 10-night celebration of Central Australian art and culture illuminating Alice Springs from Friday, 22 September to Sunday, 1 October 2017.