Tourism NT’s Northern Territory Convention Bureau (NTCB) and 15 industry partners from throughout the Northern Territory, are heading to Melbourne to exhibit at the 2019 Asia-Pacific Incentives and Meetings Event (AIME) being held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from 18 to 20 February 2019.
Excitement levels are at an all-time high in the Red Centre, with the Parramatta Eels set to visit Alice Springs for a Community Camp from 12-15 February.
Territorians are being urged to reserve their seat for Overture to Peace, a commemorative concert on the eve of Anzac Day as part of the inaugural Territory Tribute military festival.
The Red Centre is set to light up in April for this year’s Parrtjima – A Festival in Light, bringing thousands of visitors to town and providing a boost to the economy during a traditionally quieter period.
The Territory Labor Government is continuing to invest in festivals and events across the Territory, recognising their importance to liveability, tourism, and local jobs.
Tourism NT’s support for Australian feature film Top End Wedding is set to pay further flow-on dividends for local tourism and business operators with one lucky couple destined to win their dream wedding at one of the Northern Territory’s dream locations.
The Darwin Waterfront Recreation Lagoon and beach area has reopened for swimming this afternoon.
Works have begun as part of stage one of the redesign and refurbishment of the interior and exterior of the 20 year old Nitmiluk Visitor Centre at Nitmiluk National Park, a major hub for visitors starting their journey through the park.
Today marks the 150th anniversary of the establishment of permanent European settlement in the Northern Territory, by South Australian Surveyor-General George Goyder.
The Northern Territory is being billed as ‘The world’s biggest art gallery’ in the Government’s latest bid to attract more tourists.