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Chinese travel agents tour Red Centre, Top End

Twenty-four specialist Chinese travel agents will take part in tours of the Top End and the Red Centre this week after participating in one of Australia’s most prominent tourism conferences on the Gold Coast - Corroboree Asia.

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National Aboriginal Art Gallery Consultation Report Released

The findings of an extensive three-month consultation program with the local Alice Springs community have been released today with 88 percent of the Alice Springs community consulted saying they want the project to progress and were either supportive of the Anzac Hill Precinct site, or were site-neutral.

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Help grow creative industries in the Territory

The Department of Tourism and Culture is calling for two volunteers to join the NT Creative Industries Steering Committee to help drive the future of the sector in the Territory.

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National Threatened Species Day at the Desert Park

The Alice Springs Desert Park is shining the spotlight on our desert animals and plants with an exciting three-day program to mark National Threatened Species Day.

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Aboriginal Engagement Critical to the Success of the National Aboriginal Art Gallery

More than 140 Aboriginal stakeholders in Alice Springs have now been consulted on the National Aboriginal Art Gallery - with most supportive of the project.

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Turbocharging Tourism: George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens Visitor and Events Centre Open Day

George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens’ $9.8 million facelift is a step closer with concepts for a new multi-purpose visitor and event centre on public display at the Gardens from today.

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Bell Shakespeare returns to Alice Springs with Julius Caesar

The Department of Tourism and Culture’s Araluen Arts Centre presents Bell Shakespeare’s 2018 national touring production, Julius Caesar, directed by James Evans.

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National Aboriginal Art Gallery: National Reference Group Appointed

Another important step towards delivering the job creating National Aboriginal Art Gallery was achieved today with Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss announcing members of the National Reference Group.

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CREATING JOBS AND SUPPORTING SPORT: WURRUMIYANGA CHANGE ROOMS COMPLETE

Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss and Member for Arafura, Lawrence Costa today officially opened the new change rooms and amenities for the Wurrumiyanga community football ground and home of the Tiwi Bombers.

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Creating Jobs and Supporting the Community - $6.4 million for Katherine CORRECTION

The Territory Labor Government is investing an additional $14.4 million in improving Local Government sporting and entertainment facilities, and the town of Katherine is set to receive $6.4 million of that funding.