As part of the Territory Labor Government’s Turbocharging Tourism initiative, the Northern Territory’s Tourism Industry Strategy 2030 released today aims to put the sector on a long term path to prosperity, projecting up to $3.6 billion in visitor expenditure and 3,900 new tourism jobs by 2030.
Tourism NT has released its refreshed brand today which promotes the Northern Territory as unlike any other place on earth.
Celebrating its tenth year, the Darwin International Film Festival (DIFF) kicks off today at the Deckchair Cinema and will run until 22 September.
The Territory Labor Government is creating local jobs and boosting tourism and recreational activities through a $17.5 million investment in Litchfield National Park.
The Alice Stampede, a joint familiarisation program between the Department of Tourism, Sport and Culture’s Northern Territory Convention Bureau and the Alice Springs Convention Centre will be staged in Alice Springs from tomorrow, 12 September to Sunday 15 September 2019.
Today marks 30 years since the Jawoyn Traditional Owners regained ownership of Nitmiluk National Park and the start of an historic joint management agreement between the Jawoyn people and the Northern Territory Government.
The Territory Labor Government has delivered a 10 Year Museums Master Plan for Darwin and Palmerston to guide future investment, services and programs for the region’s museum sector.
The fifth annual Red CentreNATS has attracted more entries and spectators to Alice Springs than ever before with 861 entries from across Australia and 16,468 attendances last weekend.
Local Darwin businesses have developed new Tropical Light tours ready for Bruce Munro’s first city-wide exhibition which starts on 1 November 2019 and runs until 30 April 2020.
The Territory Labor Government today launched the Civic and State Square Masterplan, which maps out how the city centre will be revitalised and transformed into a world-class tourist and cultural destination.