The Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory (PWCNT) is celebrating National Bat month by hosting a community Bat Night at Simpsons Gap.
14 Northern Territory tourism operators are on their way to the world’s biggest travel trade show the International Tourism Borse (ITB) in Berlin 6-10 March, which is part of the 2017 NT Central Europe Mission.
The Parks and Wildlife Commission NT (PWCNT) has trapped a 3.3m saltwater crocodile in Litchfield National Park.
$64,450 has been donated to Legacy NT from the sale of the Bombing of Darwin commemorative number plates, thanks to the support of Territorians.
The Australian men’s hockey team, the Kookaburras, will take on Pakistan in a four-test match series in Darwin at the end of March.
The biggest cruise ship to visit Australia, the Ovation of the Seas, arrived in Darwin today delivering a bumper trade for local retailers and tourism businesses.
The Northern Territory Government will present the second annual Parrtjima – A Festival in Light event in Alice Springs from Friday, 22 September to Sunday, 1 October 2017, featuring an expanded program that celebrates the magnificent Aboriginal art of Central Australia.
Applications are now open for round 2 of the Northern Territory Institute of Sport Officiating Scholarship Program 2016-17.
The Territory Labor Government’s $50 million election commitment to build an Iconic National Indigenous Art Gallery is a major step closer, with the announcement of two prominent Aboriginal Central Australians as Co-Chairs for the project Steering Committee.
Northern Territory tourism operators have dazzled in front of their home crowd, winning seven awards at the 2016 Qantas Australian Tourism Awards held at the Darwin Convention Centre tonight.