Over 942,000 Aussies that tune in to Channel 7’s Weekend Sunrise this Saturday 2 November will get a taste of what a summer holiday in the Top End can offer as part of Tourism NT’s Now in Season national marketing campaign.
Applications are open for the next round of the Territory Wildlife Park’s Artists in the Park (AiP) residency program. AiP gives artists exclusive access to the Park’s fascinating collection of flora and fauna, which they use as inspiration for their work. Artists are also able to tap into the extensive knowledge of the Park’s zookeepers and guides.
As temperatures soar across the Territory, visitors to NT parks are being urged to take precautions to prevent heat-related illness and fatalities.
The NT Government is changing the way people access the secure compound at the Buffalo Creek Management Area (BCMA) boat ramp, and there will no longer be a fee to use the facility.
Some 50,000 visitors are expected to make the trip to Darwin over coming months for Bruce Munro: Tropical Light, which is set to light up the CBD from tonight.
Visitors to Nitmiluk National Park will soon be able to enjoy new walking and mountain-biking trails with a construction contract awarded to Ground Creations Pty Ltd. The project is part of the Territory Labor Government’s $5.5 million Turbocharging Tourism investment in the park.
Over the next seven days 23 of Australia’s top travel influencers will converge in the Northern Territory as part of Tourism NT’s Now in Season campaign that is currently in market nationally and runs up to December 2019.
Listeners will have an insight into the inspiration for Bruce Munro: Tropical Light with the launch of a free audio tour app today.
Local angler Greg Fry is the first to reel in a tagged barra worth $10,000 as part of Million Dollar Fish, Season 5.
The Jim McConville oval is the latest project completed as part of the Labor Government’s $6.2 million investment in community sporting infrastructure improvements in Alice Springs.