NRL fever will again hit Darwin with the Territory Parramatta Eels playing the North Queensland Cowboys on June 9 at TIO Stadium.
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.
Wangi Falls in Litchfield National Park is currently closed for swimming after reports that a small crocodile bit a man yesterday afternoon, resulting in minor injuries.
The Darwin Waterfront Precinct has been transformed into a Tropical Takeover art exhibition.
Darwin City resident Paul Baunach has become the 6th fisho to reel in a barramundi worth $10,000 as part of the NT Government’s Million Dollar Fish competition.
A Territory scout leader and a chef for the homeless are among more than 130 batonbearers who will carry the Queen’s Baton when it visits the NT next year ahead of the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
Territory cricket fans will get their chance to be a part of the Big Bash League action with tickets now on sale for the first ever Alice Springs game.
Seven year old Alexander and his Dad, Dennis Smart have hooked the fifth Million Dollar Fish prize-tagged barrra at Hardie’s Lagoon, Mary River National Park on the weekend during the Corroboree Park Challenge fishing competition.
TIO Stadium will see the light, following the installation of a fifth light tower and the upgrade of existing infrastructure that will open up opportunities for digital broadcasting quality vision at evening matches.
Alice Springs is set to light up again in 2018 in celebration of Central Australian Aboriginal art and culture for the third annual Parrtjima – A Festival in Light instalment.