2019 has been a big year for sport, with new community sports facilities coming on line across the Territory, the Arafura Games coming back and some incredible sporting moments played out on the field.
The Territory Labor Government continues to invest in the arts and cultural industry across the Northern Territory to create more local jobs, build capacity and showcase our creative excellence to the world.
A photo of Longitude 131°, the luxury wilderness camp just outside Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, was the most liked image on Tourism NT’s Instagram channel @NTaustralia for 2019.
Cricket fans from across the Territory and Australia are expected to flock to Alice Springs’ TIO Traeger Park today for the Hobart Hurricanes vs Sydney Sixers Big Bash League (BBL) season opener at 1.15pm ACST.
A pop-up exhibition featuring a collection of paintings by Alicia Hart, one of eight artists who completed the 2019 Artists in the Park (AiP) residency program, officially opens today at the Territory Wildlife Park.
The Territory Labor Government’s $5.5 million Turbocharging Tourism investment at Nitmiluk National Park is helping to improve the visitor experience and support local jobs, with the contract for upgrades to the Baruwei stairs and platform awarded to Katherine Constructions Pty Ltd.
The 2019 Portrait of a Senior Territorian has concluded with Peter Turner awarded the People’s Choice Award for his portrait titled Man of Country.
More Darwin sports teams will be able to play and train in the cool of the evening with local business ESPEC Electricians winning the contract to design and construct lights at Gardens Oval, Bagot Oval and Nightcliff Oval.
The NT Government and Traditional Owners have developed a draft Joint Management Plan for Ruby Gap Nature Park, which is now open for public comment.
The Window on the Wetlands (WoW) Visitor Centre will offer an improved experience for visitors once a new air-con system is installed.