The Territory Labor Government continues to improve the visitor experience on the Larapinta Trail in Tjoritja/West MacDonnell National Park with more than $600,000 of infrastructure works underway.
The first night-time footy match will be played under lights at Barunga tonight as thousands of visitors converge on the remote community for its celebrated annual music, sport and culture festival.
The Territory’s first-ever premier league netball game will be played in Darwin tomorrow at the new state-of-the art Territory Stadium.
Territory businesses are invited to attend a briefing session and/or workshop to start planning their own tour and product offerings to make the most of the ‘Bruce Munro: Tropical Light’ exhibition.
After a successful first year, the Night Supercar Convoy is back again next week to activate the Darwin CBD in the lead up to the 2019 BetEasy Darwin Triple Crown.
Through the Territory Labor Government’s commitment to remote sporting infrastructure, Central Australian communities are set to get $2.1 million investment in sporting infrastructure with tenders awarded in Haasts Bluff, Papunya and Docker River.
Donghai Airlines has announced it will increase its Northern Territory flights from two per week to three per week from mid-July through August, based on increased demand over this peak period. The news comes as the airline celebrates one year of servicing the Northern Territory.
The Nauiyu Numbiyu community is set for upgrades to the oval following the awarding of the contract to local company Sterling NT.
A group of specialist business event planners from Singapore, including a business events trade journalist, are in Darwin to take part in the inaugural Meet Darwin International program, a partnership between the NT Government’s NT Convention Bureau and the Darwin Convention Centre.
Tourism NT is targeting potential millennial holidaymakers in Australia with great reasons to visit the NT now through a new marketing campaign.