The Territory Wildlife Park’s 2017 Artists in the Park exhibition officially opened at a ceremony at Tactile Arts Gallery in Fannie Bay last night.
Wildlife season has arrived in the Red Centre and the spectacle is in full bloom at the Alice Springs Desert Park.
The Professional Golfers Association (PGA) Tour has returned to the Northern Territory for its second year at the Palmerston Golf Course from today to 3 September.
In another step forward for our cultural investment program, consultation will get underway on the 10-Year Museums Master Plan for Darwin and Palmerston.
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.
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.
Central Australian Aboriginal art to illuminate the Red Centre: 22 September – 1 October The second annual Parrtjima – A Festival in Light will illuminate Alice Springs with extraordinary contemporary art by some of Central Australia’s most celebrated Aboriginal artists over 10 nights from Friday, 22 September to Sunday, 1 October 2017, as revealed in the new creative program announced today.
In a significant win for the Top End tourism industry, the Territory Labor Government has today welcomed the arrival of Ponant’s luxury French expedition ship l’Austral in to Darwin Harbor to home port in Darwin from August to September 2017.
The Portrait of a Senior Territorian Art Award and exhibition has concluded for 2017 with the announcement of Penca Rafiqi as the winner of this year’s People’s Choice Award.