Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss today announced the new Heritage Council members and the reappointment of Mr Wayne Kraft as Chair of the Heritage Council.
For the first time, Territorians are encouraged to have their say as part of the design process for the new Museum of the NT to be located at Myilly Point in Darwin.
Desert Mob 2017 has recorded its highest sale records in its 27-year history with an unprecedented $1 million in total sales recorded as the exhibition came to a close on Sunday.
The Department of Tourism and Culture has today opened waterfowl hunting season to permitted hunters.
Seven local projects will help bring Alice Springs to life with a range of interactive and culturally immersive programs.
The Darwin cruise ship season kicks-off today with the arrival of the Sun Princess.
Over the next week, high-profile Australian Instagrammers will go on the road trip of a lifetime through Central Australia capturing photos and videos that will help promote the region young Australians.
The Department of Tourism and Culture’s Northern Territory Institute of Sport (NTIS) has launched a new High Performance Officiating Program (HPOP) to identify and assist Territory sports officials.
Local fisherman Matt Kelleher has become the 7th fisho to reel in a barramundi worth $10,000 as part of the NT Government’s Million Dollar Fish competition.
Judging has been completed and tickets are now on sale for the 2017 Brolga Northern Territory Tourism Awards gala ceremony to be held on Saturday 11 November at the Alice Springs Convention Centre.