Territory park rangers are pleading with visitors to take notice of severe heat warnings in Central Australia after several walkers underestimated conditions over the weekend.
A photo of the magical turquoise waters of the Mataranka Thermal Pools was the most liked image on Tourism NT’s Instagram channel @AusOutbackNT for 2018.
The Territory Labor Government continues to invest in our regions, boosting economic growth across the Territory’s art and cultural sectors and creating jobs in regional areas.
Darwin’s free and most iconic end-of-year celebration is set to be bigger and better this New Year’s Eve with a vibrant line-up of free family entertainment on again from 4pm at Darwin Waterfront.
The Territory’s wild and iconic landscapes will be on the silver screen in the prime tourism market of the United States of America with the screening of the IMAX documentary Australia’s Great Wild North.
Seven Territory Peak Sporting Bodies will benefit from a total of almost $30,000 in funding as part of the Territory Government’s 2018-19 NTIS Officiating Development Program.
Community sports and active recreation organisations are set to benefit over $700,000 in grant funding announced by Tourism and Culture Minister, Lauren Moss.
Connect with nature and celebrate the true spirit of Christmas at the Alice Springs Desert Park from 15-24 December 2018.
NRL fans in the Red Centre will have the chance to meet and greet their biggest sporting heroes next year when Parramatta Eels host a Community Camp from 12-15 February.
Waterfront Park children’s playground has been announced as the first Northern Territory playground to take home gold at the Kidsafe National Playsafe Design Awards, recognising excellence and innovation in the provision of safe and creative playspaces.