World class motorsports will return to Hidden Valley this weekend with the Nitro Up North drag racing event. The event is expected to attract some 16,000 spectators and competitors and will provide an important boost to the tourism sector.
The Araluen Arts Centre is excited to present Cash: The Legend, a musical tribute to country superstar Johnny Cash.
Two significant and immediate activation initiatives to enliven our capital city centre, boosting tourism and creating more jobs for Territorians, have been announced by the NT Government today.
Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss has decided not to formally declare the Kulaluk Lease Area in Darwin as a heritage place.
The Territory Labor Government supported clash between top of the table, Adelaide Crows, and Melbourne Demons is expected to reach a national television audience of 600,000 people, providing a great boost for the tourism industry and local jobs.
In a boost for the tourism industry and local jobs, 19 tourism operators have today been announced as achieving Business Level 1 Accreditation under the CHINA READY® program.
Territorian’s heading to the Melbourne Demons v Adelaide Crows game in Darwin on July 15 have been urged to only purchase tickets from NTix.
The winner of the 2017 Tourism NT Territory Song of the Year has been announced at the MusicNT NT Song of the Year Awards.
The Araluen Arts Centre presents the annual Portrait of a Senior Territorian Art Award at the Darwin Entertainment Centre from July 8 to August 4.
Show-goers in Alice Springs and Tennant Creek could win a Golden Ticket to some of the hottest events, valid until the end of the year, just by visiting the Department of Tourism and Culture stand in the Parks and Wildlife Commission shed.