In a big win for NT tourism and local jobs, Australia’s richest middle distance race is now even richer. Online gaming company Lottoland is offering $1 million for any athlete who can break the male or female track mile world records during the now renamed Lottoland Million Dollar Mitchell Street Mile.
The Territory Government’s $100 million Indigenous Arts Trail vision continues to progress this week with the launch of a new website that will explain and promote the project locally, nationally and internationally.
The Alice Springs Desert Park is running a special program for NAIDOC Week from the 2-9 July.
The Araluen Arts Centre is excited to present two electrifying dramas this July, adapted straight from the pages of classic literature.
The Araluen Arts Centre proudly presents Here, an exhibition of new paintings by Alice Springs artist Sarah Brown.
Get the kids out of the house and down to the Darwin Waterfront these school holidays with a four week program of free activities every weekday from 10 am.
Representatives from the Northern Territory Government will travel to China to meet with a number of airlines in an effort to secure direct flights from China to Darwin, led by the Minister for Tourism and Culture.
The Territory Labor Government’s vision to transform the Old Darwin Hospital site into a major new museum has taken a significant step forward with the release of the design tender today.
Minister for the Department of Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss has welcomed Qantas’ announcement to name one of their new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft Uluṟu.
Department of Tourism and Culture, Director Northern Territory Library Patrick Gregory today announced the shortlist for the 2017 Chief Minister’s Northern Territory History Book Award.