From 5 to 14 April, Parrtjima Festival attracted over 25,000 attendances, a 24 per cent increase on 2018 attendances, with interstate visitation contributing over $1.8 million to the Alice Springs economy through the unique Red Centre event.
The unique artworks of six local artists across various mediums will be showcased to thousands of national and international visitors from November as part of the Bruce Munro: Tropical Light exhibition in Darwin.
Territorians are invited to apply for a grant to research and share NT history.Territory residents, societies and community organisations can apply for up to $7,000, with a total funding pool of $59,000.
Some of the Territory’s finest emerging and established writers were honoured last night at the 36th Northern Territory Literary Awards.
The Territory Labor Government is investing $2.9 million to light Marrara Cricket Ground #1 and Palmerston CDU Oval #2 which will create greater flexibility by enabling clubs to escape the heat of the day to train or play at night.
New ticketing offices for local harbour cruise operators; Darwin Harbour Cruises, Sea Darwin and Cape Adieu, will soon open on Stokes Hill Wharf.
Cricket fans will be bowled over when the Big Bash League (BBL) returns to Alice Springs in December as part of a new deal with the Hobart Hurricanes, Cricket Australia and the Territory Labor Government.
Territory sporting clubs, organisations and individuals are set to benefit from sport and active recreation grant funding programs now open for applications.The Grass Roots Grant program supports participation initiatives, volunteer development, purchasing of equipment, planning and promotional activities with up to $5,000 funding available.
The Territory Government continues to invest in the arts and tourism industry to create jobs and economic opportunities for Territorians.
The Melbourne Demons are back in Alice Springs this weekend as part of the Territory Government’s $1.7 million per annum five-year partnership agreement with AFL.