Escape the holiday boredom and discover what nature has to offer at our Parks and Reserves over the Easter long weekend.
A new Jumping Roo display is welcoming passengers to Alice Springs Airport, promoting tourism experiences and products in the region.
Hop to the Darwin Waterfront this Easter Saturday, 20 April 2019 from 9am to 1pm, and make all your child’s Easter dreams come true!
The anchor from HMAS Darwin is going to find a permanent home in Darwin, and will be displayed on the grounds of the Administrator’s Offices on the corner of the Esplanade and Smith Street.
Hop to the George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens on Tuesday 16 April 2019 to escape the holiday boredom and try to catch a glimpse of the Easter bunny.
The Territory will be on show at a special international exhibition in Shenzhen China showcasing the work of Australia’s great bark painters.
The 2019 BetEasy Darwin Triple Crown is gearing up to be one of the Territory’s biggest and best Supercars events, with a fantastic program of on and off-track entertainment.
Minister for Tourism, Sport and Culture, Lauren Moss today announced the members of the Screen Industry Advisory Council (SIAC) and launched the industry’s new Enterprise Grant Fund Guidelines.
The uniqueness of Parrtjima – A Festival in Light with its incredible light installations and projected artwork across the MacDonnell Ranges is again attracting large crowds to Alice Springs, with a 25 per cent increase on attendance in comparison to the 2018 figures.
The benefits of the revitalised Arafura Games are starting to be realised with only two weeks until the international multi-sport event begins.