A Northern Territory delegation will travel to China from 10-14 December as part of the China - Australia Year of Tourism (CAYOT) program recognising the close relationship between our two countries and the importance of the China market for Australia’s tourism industry.
Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss will lead a Territory delegation to Singapore and China to discuss airline services including direct flights from China to the NT.
Alice Springs will be buzzing with excitement this weekend, with the Southern Cup Basketball Tournament bringing together the top players from Central Australia.
The Territory Labor Government will invest $600,000 in the Hermannsburg Historic Precinct as part of a Five Point Visitor Experience Action Plan to maximise tourism opportunities in the region.
Tourism NT is hosting five Singaporean incentive agents and media in Darwin from 6 to 8 December, following Tourism Australia’s signature biennial business events showcase, Dreamtime 2017.
This year’s Million Dollar Fish competition has smashed the season one record of ten $10,000 fish with Darwin teenager Wayden McHugh reeling in the 11th $10,000 barra near the Nightcliff Jetty over the weekend.
A new exhibition by noted Territory visual artist and Northern Territory Library’s Creative in Residence Sarah Pirrie entitled Coastal Links is set to open at the Northern Territory Library on Wednesday 6 December.
Local Alice Springs construction company Scope Building has been awarded the $1.5 million contract to fit-out of the exhibition space for the creation of the Megafauna Display Centre in the Todd Street Mall that will showcase Central Australia’s unique fossil heritage.
Five organisations from across the Territory will receive a combined $130,000 to deliver on projects to help preserve and celebrate the Territory’s rich history.
The tropical Darwin Waterfront harbour side will glisten with Christmas cheer every night in December from 7pm to 10pm.