Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss today announced the local artists that will paint eight massive murals on Darwin buildings as part of the inaugural Darwin Street Art Festival.
Another fish has been caught in Season 3 of the Million Dollar Fish competition with local Darwin woman Sue Swindale landing a 75 centimetre $10,000 prize-tagged barra from the Mary River Bridge Lagoon on Saturday, 7 October 2017.
7 days in to the Million Dollar Fish competition two local NT fisho’s have each landed a $10,000 prize-tagged barra.
Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss today waved off the solar cars competing in this year’s 3000 kilometre race from Darwin to Adelaide.
Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss today announced the opening of an Expression of Interest (EOI) for the inaugural Women in Sport Advisory Committee which aims to increase participation and leadership opportunities for women in sport in the Northern Territory.
Northern Territory resident George Voukolos has become the first fisho for 2017 to reel in a barramundi worth $10,000 as part of the NT Government’s Million Dollar Fish competition Season 3.
After lying hidden on the seabed for 75 years SS Macumba, sunk in WWII by a Japanese air attack has finally been located off the Northern Coast of Arnhem Land in the Arafura Sea by CSIRO’s RV Investigator as it transited from Sydney to Broome.
To breathe life into the Darwin CBD, eight large-scale pieces of amazing street art will be painted permanently on prominent city buildings this month.
Desert Mob 2017 has recorded its highest sales records in its 27-year history, with more than $420,000 in exhibition sales achieved as of the end of September, and an estimated $500,000 worth of additional sales at the ever-popular Desert Mob MarketPlace during the opening weekend.
The Department of Tourism and Culture is excited to offer a bonanza of exciting and fun-filled programs these school holidays.