Australia’s richest fishing competition and the Territory’s own, Million Dollar Fish will kick off Season 5 with a staggering six tagged Barramundi worth $1 million each.The Million Dollar Fish Competition reels in fishing fanatics to the Territory, providing a boost to tourism and local tourism operators.
The 2019 Waterfowl Hunting Season resumes at 6am tomorrow, 25 September, for 15 weeks.Department of Tourism, Sport and Culture’s Acting Director Wildlife Operations, Peter Ross, said this year’s 15-week season has increased to a daily bag limit of seven magpie geese and 10 ducks per person.
The Territory Labor Government’s $9 million investment over four years into the NT’s film and screen sector is starting to pay dividends with a host of local productions proving a hit with national and international audiences.
Some of the Northern Territory’s most picturesque landscapes including Nitmiluk, Elsey and Litchfield National Parks will feature in Cotton On Body’s 2019 summer swimwear launch as part of a collaboration with the Australian retailer and Tourism NT.
The expansion and redevelopment of the popular mountain bike and shared-use trails at Casuarina Coastal Reserve and Charles Darwin National Park have been completed as part of the Territory Labor Government’s $1 million investment into the NT Mountain Bike Master Plan implementation.
The iconic Larapinta Trail has even more to offer visitors thanks to $600,000 worth of infrastructure upgrades completed this week.
Channel Nine’s travel and lifestyle show Getaway have spent the past week in Darwin filming travel stories to air in early 2020.
The Territory Labor Government has today released a draft Plan of Management for the environmentally and culturally significant Limmen Bight Marine Park, continuing the work of the Henderson Labor Government that declared Limmen Bight a Marine Park in 2012.
The Northern Territory Sports Awards recognise the achievements of athletes, coaches, sporting officials and volunteers.
Upgrades to Flynn Drive oval are complete as part of the Territory Labor Government’s $6.2 million investment to improve community sporting infrastructure in Alice Springs.