In a significant win for the Top End’s tourism industry, the Coral Expeditions’ expedition ship Coral Adventurer arrived in Darwin Harbour today, where it will be home porting year round before visiting destinations such as Papua New Guinea, Indonesia and Singapore.
Two world-class mountain bikers have taken on the trails around Alice Springs and Darwin, showcasing them to a global audience of thousands of committed mountain bikers through Pinkbike.com.
Three NT creatives have been selected for the 2019 Creative in Residence program with each artist receiving $30,000 to take up residency at the Araluen Cultural Precinct, the Northern Territory Library and the Northern Territory Archives Service from July 2019.
Let mum pick her own gift this Sunday at the Tactile Arts Saltwater Craft Fair, from 9am to 2pm.The lush green lawns of the Darwin Waterfront will be transformed into an arts and crafts paradise.
Parramatta Eel Nathan Brown received a sneak peek tour of the new $25 million local Home of Rugby League at Warren Park with Minister for Tourism, Sport and Culture, Lauren Moss today.
The tourism and events industry in the Territory’s capital is gearing up for a bumper Dry Season, with this year’s calendar of events bigger and better than ever before.
Thousands of viewers across Australia had a front-row seat at the television wedding of the year this morning, when Nine Network’s Today Win a Top End Wedding competition winners Lauren and Steve said ‘I do’ at picturesque Pee Wee’s at the Point.
The Arafura Games will be back.The Minister responsible for the revitalised Games Natasha Fyles has announced the multi-sport event will be held again from 14-22 May 2021.
Live music returns this Dry Season; every Wednesday and Sunday at Stokes Hill Wharf from 6pm to 9pm and every Sunday at the Recreation Lagoon from 12noon to 4pm.
The intense but inclusive rivalry of the 2019 Arafura Games is coming to an end.There have been outstanding performances and stories of impressive sporting prowess.