Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss will be travelling to China next week to meet with a number of airlines to try to secure direct flights from China to Darwin. The Minister will travel to Guangzhou and Shenzhen in Southern China.
The age-old art of nature journaling will be taught at a workshop at Owens Springs Reserve on Sunday July 2.
A new school holiday program in Katherine will help children discover their sense of adventure.
Children in Alice Springs can discover their sense of adventure in a new school holiday program - Wild Time.
The Territory Labor Government will deliver on a key election commitment with concept plans for the new Warren Park rugby league stadium plans released today for community consultation.
The tender to design and construct the new $18 million Netball Stadium at Marrara has been released.
Improvements will be made at Stokes Hill Wharf’s car park to increase car parking from 88 to 150 spaces for patrons to continue enjoy this iconic tourist and dining attraction.
The Alice Springs Telegraph Station is again welcoming families to Back to Morse Week this school holidays, the unique event runs fromSunday 25 June to Saturday 1 July.
A safety wall made of 2500 tyres has been installed at Hidden Valley race track in time for the Darwin 2017 Supercars.
The Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (MAGNT) is the Northern Territory’s premier cultural institution. MAGNT is both a museum and art gallery with collections, exhibitions and programs across the core areas of Aboriginal culture, natural sciences, history and art, focussing on Northern and Central Australia and the Northern Territory’s near neighbours.