Music fans across the Territory and Australia are being urged to take advantage of $75 early bird tickets to People’s Choice BASSINTHEGRASS music festival while they last, with just two weeks left before general admission ticket prices increase to $105 on Friday, 15 March at 8pm.
Minister for Tourism, Sport and Culture, Lauren Moss announced today the Territory’s new multi-million dollar indoor netball stadium will host some of the netball’s biggest names as part of the Suncorp Super Netball fixture.
Ten local tourism operators will be showcasing what the Territory has to offer to holidaymakers from the United Kingdom and Europe as part of the inaugural Explorers Way New Experiences Roadshow.
Darwin’s exotic culinary delights will be beamed across Australia with an exciting series set to be filmed in the Top End.
The International Veterans’ Art Exhibition, a travelling exhibition developed by the Australian National Veterans’ Arts Museum, officially opened today in Darwin.
Today’s weather host Steve Jacobs will this morning feature a range of Top End wedding specialists during live crosses from the Darwin Waterfront including Tenny Russo cake artist from The Chantilly Kitchen, wedding dress designer Sarina Cowcher of The Big Day Bridal, George Fragopoulos of George F Photography, boutique florist Maria Okwa of Beija Flor and Marc Gallagher from Darwin’s Horse and Carriage.
A spectacular new Wet Season exhibition by world-renowned artist Bruce Munro is set to light up the Darwin CBD and bring thousands of extra visitors during the traditionally quieter tourist period.
Three Territory arts workers will join an impressive team of Australian emerging arts professionals, exhibition team leaders and volunteers as part of the Australia Council for the Arts Venice Biennale Professional Development Program. The program provides a platform for curators, arts writers and arts professionals to develop skills and gain vocational experience.
The Chief Minister’s Northern Territory History Book Award is now open for submissions.The awards celebrate the most significant historical book about the NT that was published in 2018, and the winning author will receive a $1,000 prize.
Along with its new location at Mindil Beach, the 2019 People’s Choice BASSINTHEGRASS music festival will be bigger and better than ever with a stellar line up confirmed for Saturday 18 May.