The Viking Orion will overnight in Darwin tonight with an influx of tourists visiting the region, providing a boost to the economy over the tropical summer.
Experience the magic of Christmas at the George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens with the much-loved train returning to take passengers on a magical Christmas journey.
Alice Springs Desert Park is turning on the sparkle this holiday period with a festive program to help children discover, create and connect with nature.
Tickets are now on sale to one of Australia’s premier automotive events, Red CentreNATS returning to Alice Springs from 4 to 6 September 2020.
Visitors to Northern Territory parks can now take an interactive park map with them on their mobile phone to help them stay safe and on track. NT Maps on the Go provides users with important information on walking tracks, water stations, lookouts and other points of interest in Territory parks.
In great news for women’s sport in the NT, TIO Stadium now has four new change rooms at Oval Two as part of the Territory Labor Government’s $3 million investment in facilities at the stadium.
Local contractors, Wallbridge Gilbert Aztec has been awarded the contract for the design of new campgrounds and recreation areas in Litchfield National Park, as part of the Territory Labor Government’s $17.5 million Litchfield Central Valley project.
The Territory Labor Government continues to invest in our regions, boosting economic growth across the Territory’s art, cultural and tourism sectors and creating jobs in regional areas.
Darwin celebrates its significant place in aviation history today in welcoming internationally recognised adventurer, Michael Smith to Darwin International Airport as he concludes his Great Air Race commemorative flight from London to Darwin.
The Ngukurr community can now enjoy night-time footy and sports with new lights as part of a $2.35 million investment into sporting infrastructure in the Roper Gulf.