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Welcoming Chinese Visitors to the NT

The Northern Territory Government is providing a range of small grants to assist NT based tourism, retail and hospitality businesses to welcome Chinese visitors to the NT.

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Territory Wildlife Park Master Plan

The NT Government has committed to developing a Territory Wildlife Park (TWP) 10 year Master Plan, providing a road map for the future development of the Park.

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Artists from the Alice Springs Correctional Centre return to the Araluen Arts Centre with Big Mob of Dogs!

Opening on Thursday 22nd March, artists from the Alice Springs Correctional Centre return to the Department of Tourism and Culture’s Araluen Arts Centre, with a new body of work dedicated to one of Central Australia’s most culturally enmeshed, iconic and quintessential animals, the dog!

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‘Territory’ Eels sign for another two years

The Territory Labor Government has renewed its partnership with the NRL and Parramatta ‘Territory’ Eels signing a two-year agreement to secure premiership games in the NT for the 2018 and 2019 seasons.

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International Visitor Survey supports Turbocharging Tourism Plan

Tourism Research Australia has released the results from the latest international Visitor Survey IVS for the year ending December 2017 providing insight into international visitor trends to the NT in comparison to the rest of Australia.

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Araluen Arts Centre presents three nights of award-winning short films

Australia’s leading Academy Award accredited and BAFTA-recognised Short Film Festival, Flickerfest, is heading back to the Department of Tourism and Culture’s Araluen Arts Centre from Friday 23 to Sunday 25 March.

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Minding your dog’s business at the George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens

One of Darwin’s most picturesque locations has scooped up a common doggy dilemma by providing free biodegradable bags for owners to clean-up after their pooches.

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Territory’s Creative in Residence

The Northern Territory Department of Tourism and Culture is investing $90,000 in the Creative in Residence Program to support and develop local Territory artists.

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Searching for Litchfield hosts with the most

If you love camping, meeting new people and the great outdoors, you now have the chance to take part in an exciting new volunteer program in one of Australia’s most beautiful Parks.

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Last Cab to Darwin playwright’s latest work plays at the Araluen Arts Centre

Thomas Murray and the Upside Down River, the latest work from award-winning screenwriter of Last Cab to Darwin, Reg Cribb, visits the Department of Tourism and Culture’s Araluen Arts Centre this March as part of a national tour.