What do a Chocolate Factory, a Bird Specialist and a Camel Tour have in common? They have all taken top prizes at the prestigious 2019 NT Brolga Awards recognising tourism excellence.
Visitor services at an iconic mining museum in Tennant Creek will now be operated by Tourism Central Australia.
This weekend, Darwin will host the world-class Hottest 7s competition at the Territory Rugby League Stadium, as international and Australian men’s and women’s teams battle it out for their share in the $86,000 prize pool.
Six Territory sporting organisations have received grants to help upskill their officiating workforce through the first round of the 2019-20 NT Government’s Northern Territory Institute of Sport’s Officiating Development Program.
The wreck of Royal Australian Air Force Spitfire A58-2 that crashed in the Top End during World War II has today been gifted to the Northern Territory Government for preservation.
Recipients of the 2019-20 NT Government Northern Territory History Grants have been named.
Kakadu Tourism and Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia together with national operators that sell NT tourism products, Journey Beyond, Sealink, New Asia Pacific Tours and AAT Kings are currently taking part in Tourism Australia’s flagship trade event in China, Australia Marketplace China 2019.
Local Darwin artist, Catherine Miles has won the Territory’s most prestigious portrait art award - the 2019 Portrait of a Senior Territorian Award for her artwork, Paul and Elma.
A new Top End mountain bike trail map is available for local and visiting mountain bikers to navigate the shared-use trails at Charles Darwin National Park and Casuarina Coastal Reserve, as part of the NT Government’s $1 million investment in the NT Mountain Bike Master Plan.
Head to the George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens this weekend to snap up a blossoming bargain at the annual plant sale.