Darwin is set to truly take off as a major gateway to Australia, with Qantas adding a Darwin/Uluru/Adelaide service twice a week from today.
The Darwin Waterfront will be showcased to an international audience thanks to the Arafura Games 2019, with the Recreation Lagoon set to be transformed into the venue for the beach volleyball competition.
The Territory Labor Government is building the National Aboriginal Art Gallery in Alice Springs. The Gallery will deliver significant economic, social and cultural benefits to the whole of Central Australia.
One of Darwin’s best kept secrets will soon be beamed across the country with a new TV series showcasing our vibrant food scene.
An exciting opportunity is available for emerging or established writers who are developing new work in creative writing or illustration with the 2019 Arts NT Varuna Residential Fellowship program opening Monday, 1 April 2019.
Works have started on the new George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens visitor and event centre.Local company Sunbuild will do the build which will support some 45 construction jobs.
The Territory Labor Government is continuing to invest in festivals and events across the Territory, recognising their importance to liveability, tourism, and local jobs.
Territorians with a musical flair are being encouraged to apply for a spot at this year’s People’s Choice BASSINTHEGRASS music festival, with local artist applications now open.
Jetstar Asia is celebrating a decade of its Darwin Singapore link by unveiling their specially designed Northern Territory-themed livery on an Airbus A320 aircraft.
Volunteers and technical officials will stand out from the crowd at this year’s Arafura Games with their striking new uniform unveiled today.