The Department of Tourism and Culture has today re-opened Berry Springs Nature Park for swimming.
The famous Million Dollar Fish competition is back for season three and will lure large numbers of fishing fanatics to the Northern Territory, providing a big win for tourism and local jobs.
Following a long campaign for the return of recently discovered artefacts from Japanese pearling mothership, the Sanyo Maru, the Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Mosstoday announced that the relics will be returned for permanent display at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (MAGNT).
The Araluen Arts Centre is pleased to present a never seen before production of Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro, when Opera Australia tours regional Australia.
A playground will be added to the growing list of exciting offers and things to do at the Darwin Waterfront.
Show-goers in Darwin could win a special “Golden Ticket” just by visiting the Department of Tourism and Culture stand in the Parks and Wildlife Commission marquee this long weekend.
Fifteen art projects have been allocated $400,000 under a new Territory Labor Government program.
The Member for Nightcliff Natasha Fyles is urging Territorians to get behind the Territory finalists in the 2017 Focus on Ability Short Film Awards.
The Australia Council for the Arts has announced the findings for the third National Arts Participation Survey and the results show Territorians place a high value on arts and culture.
A new light-hearted campaign targeting domestic visitors to the Territory will provide a boost for NT tourism businesses and local jobs when it rolls out today.