A group of Australian business event planners from the corporate, association and incentive markets are in the Top End to take part in the Darwin Showcase. The familiarisation, which runs from 2-5 May, is being hosted by the NT Convention Bureau and its industry partners.
Darwin-based band Tapestry and musician Kyle Maher have been announced as the two local artists to perform at the 2019 People’s Choice BASSINTHEGRASS music festival at Mindil Beach in just over two weeks’ time.
A vision for growing the visitor economy in the Barkly Region has been released.Minister for Tourism, Sport and Culture, Lauren Moss and Member for Barkly, Gerry McCarthy officially launched the Barkly Regional Visitor Experience Master Plan today in Tennant Creek with the Barkly Regional Council.
A Northern Territory Tourism Investment Forum is taking place at the Darwin Convention Centre today as part of the Arafura Games 2019 Business Engagement Program. The forum will include a roundtable, networking opportunities and site visits. Delegates will receive valuable insights into the Territory’s long-term tourism opportunities, including the NT Government’s 2030 tourism industry development strategy, the Darwin City Deal, the Jabiru Township Redevelopment Project and the World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park.
The Territory Labor Government has awarded the design tender for the West Macs Red Centre Adventure Ride to Coffey Services Australia Pty Ltd.
Netball fans from across the country can officially reserve their seat in Darwin’s new multi-million dollar indoor netball stadium with tickets now on sale for the Suncorp Super Netball fixture.
Locals and visitors are being urged to secure their spot at the NRL Parramatta Eels vs Canberra Raiders game in Darwin, with tickets now on sale for the much-anticipated fixture.
Megafauna Central in Alice Springs has extended its visitor offering with the launch of an exciting, new Augmented Reality (AR) experience and a new HoloLens headset experience.
Street parking is now more convenient at the Darwin Waterfront through the introduction of smartphone parking apps, saving users both time and money.
The Darwin Waterfront will be bursting with Thai culture tomorrow evening from 4pm to 10pm with the Thailand Grand Festival.