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Bruce Munro: Tropical Light Volunteers Sought to Help Territorians with Cancer

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.

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NT Tourism Operators in Los Angeles

Tourism NT is supporting 10 Territory tourism operators take part in Australia Marketplace USA, a joint trade event taking place from today, Monday 26 to Thursday 29 August 2019 in Manhattan Beach, Los Angeles.

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National Aboriginal Art Gallery Business Case Released

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.

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Attracting Visitors: Darwin Hosts Over 1000 Delegates for National Housing Conference

More than a thousand delegates will converge on Darwin for a three-day national housing conference, generating $2.5 million for the Territory economy.

Around 85 per cent of the 1100 delegates - the third highest numbers in the conference history - are business event visitors to Darwin.

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Attracting Visitors: Redback Race returns to Red Centre

Visitors from across the country will descend upon Alice Springs today as part of this year’s Redback Mountain Biking Stage Race until Sunday 25 August.

The 12th Redback Stage Race showcases the incredible mountain biking in Australia’s Red Centre to national and international visitors, as riders navigate an extensive network of hand-made, single-tracks around Alice Springs.

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NT tourism industry showcased to domestic and international trade operators

The best of the Territory's tourism experiences, attractions and destinations will be showcased to domestic and international trade operators with multiple events occurring across the NT in August and September.

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3X3 basketball debuts at the Darwin Waterfront

Australia’s first official semi-permanent FIBA 3X3 spec basketball court will make its debut at the Darwin Waterfront.

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Darwin to Host Inaugural National Aboriginal Fashion Awards

The Northern Territory will become the epicentre of Aboriginal fashion following the Territory Labor Government’s announcement that the inaugural National Aboriginal Fashion Awards will be launched in Darwin next year.

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New sculptures celebrate our flora and fauna

Territory Wildlife Park (TWP) is celebrating Threatened Species Day on September 7 and Biodiversity Month throughout September by revealing a new series of art installations through its Sculpture and Art in the Park event.

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Boosting Business Events – Creating Local Jobs

The Territory Labor Government recognises the importance of the business events market to the Territory economy and continues to support the sector through our Turbocharging Tourism stimulus investment.