The Araluen Arts Centre is excited to present two comedies inspired by William Shakespeare this 16 and 19 September, when State Theatre Company South Australia present The Popular Mechanicals and Bell Shakespeare present The Merchant of Venice.
In a boost for the Central Australian arts and tourism industry, the Territory Labor Government, Araluen Arts Centre and Desart will present Desert Mob 2017, one of the nation’s most exciting Aboriginal art and cultural events.
Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss, will visit Beijing on 26-28 August to take part in the national Tourism Minister’s Meeting to discuss issues of importance to the tourism industry and growth of Chinese tourism in Australia.
Former Tourism NT head of domestic marketing, Tony Quarmby has been appointed as the new General Manager of Marketing for the Territory’s tourism agency.
The winner of the 2016 Sydney International Piano Competition of Australia, Andrey Gugnin, will perform a one-night-only recital at the Araluen Arts Centre on 2 September.
A Journey Through Kakadu, a ground breaking online Tourism NT video, is set to be released today and will show the World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park like never before.
Northern Territory tourism operators have hit the road to target birding enthusiasts at the annual UK Birdfair.
The NT Convention Bureau’s inaugural Unconventional Darwin Showcase 2017, a four day mega-familiarisation program that ran from Thursday 10 August to Sunday 13 August, has attracted more than 20 business event planners from across Australia.
Alice Springs audiences are in for a treat when Sydney Dance Company returns to the Araluen Arts Centre on Wednesday 23 August for their national tour, Frame of Mind.
Alice Springs Desert Park (ASDP) is inviting guests to share the knowledge, walk the land, and unlock the mystery of the desert with the Park’s new Living Desert Experience – daily from 7:30am-9:30am.