Visitors to Watarrka National Park can now enjoy close-up views of the canyon's majestic red walls from the new viewing platform at the end of Kings Creek, constructed after the original platform was destroyed in a rock fall.
Senior Territorians' lives, histories and their contributions to the Territory will again be celebrated with the prestigious 2019 Portrait of a Senior Territorian Art Award now open for entries.
The Northern Territory is home to some of Australia's – if not the world's - most incredible birdlife, and the Red Centre will be at the heart of the action in September during the Red Centre Bird Festival at Alice Springs Desert Park.
Alice Springs is gearing up for an action-packed weekend, with hundreds of cars converging on the Territory town for Red CentreNATS 05.
Northern Territory Peak Sporting Bodies will have the opportunity to hear about current sport integrity issues and how to apply strategies to combat them at the 2019 Territory Sport Integrity Symposium held on Wednesday 4 September 2019.
Territorians live, work and play in crocodile country. The Territory Labor Government takes community safety seriously and today launched an updated Be Crocwise Teaching and Learning Resource Kit for Top End teachers to help them educate students about crocodile safety.
The final three ambassadors have been announced as part of the Bruce Munro: Tropical Light Community Engagement Program.
One of the Territory's most popular events, the BetEasy Darwin Triple Crown will be held at Hidden Valley from 17 July to 19 July 2020, boasting a brand new program for motorsports fans of all ages.Now in its 23rd year, the annual event attracts thousands of local residents and interstate visitors and next year will include the Northern Territory’s biggest drag race event ‘Nitro Up North’ on Saturday 18 July.
Two hundred Territorians have the opportunity to volunteer for Darwin's world-class exhibition 'Bruce Munro: Tropical Light' and raise funds for Territory families dealing with cancer.The world-first ‘Bruce Munro: Tropical Light’ exhibition will feature eight illuminated sculptures across the Darwin CBD and Waterfront, transforming Darwin’s traditionally quieter period from November to April into a not-to-be-missed tropical wonderland and providing significant flow-on benefits for local business.
The National Aboriginal Art Gallery in Mparntwe (Alice Springs) will bring an additional 53,000 visitors each year, deliver up to $64 million into the economy and generate up to 245 local jobs, according to an independent business case into the project released today.