Millions of viewers across Australia tuned in to watch The Amazing Race Australia finale as the final three teams including the Territory’s own Deadly Duo Jasmin & Jerome rushed to the finish line in the Top End.
The majestic Nitmiluk (Katherine) Gorge is set to star in The Amazing Race Australia tonight as the final three team’s race to the finish line for the much-anticipated finale.
The 2019/20 Screen Territory Grants Program Round 1 recipients have been named and the second round of funding is now open.
Territorians are being urged to stay out of pipes and drains this wet season and hit the wave pool instead as part of a competition by the NT Government, Royal Life Saving Society NT and the Darwin Waterfront.
Remote Territorians have embraced increased access to online services with a nearly 2000 per cent increase in free Wi-Fi usage in 46 remote communities as part of the Territory Labor Government’s Community Internet Service initiative.
If you’re looking for that perfect Christmas stocking filler, Early Bird tickets to next year’s People’s Choice BASSINTHEGRASS Music Festival are now on sale until Christmas Eve.
The following offices and facilities managed by the Department of Tourism, Sport and Culture are closed over the Christmas and New Year period.
More than 2000 people will bring around $5.5 million into the Territory through visitor expenditure over the next two years as the NT emerges as a key destination for international business events.
The Northern Territory’s reputation as the number one destination to experience Aboriginal culture will be further cemented with today’s release of a ten-year Aboriginal Tourism Strategy, backed by an initial $400,000 to specifically support Aboriginal-owned tourism businesses.
The Australian Adventure Activity Standard (AAAS) and Good Practice Guides (GPG) have officially been released after being endorsed by Australian Ministers for Sport earlier this month.