The Department of Industry, Tourism and Trade has been established to support the government’s priority of achieving a $40 billion economy by 2030 through the growth of sustainable and competitive industries. Find out more about us.
Economic data and statistics
Key business statistics, economic data, business, employment, labour market and business confidence.
What we are doing
A big thank you to everyone who participated in our #spotapollinator photo competition and helped make it a success!
The Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics is preparing the East Arm Boat Ramp for the wet season.
The Australian and Northern Territory Governments have co-invested over $2.3 million for 7 new projects to improve the Northern Territory’s ability to recycle its waste and reprocess it into valuable new products under the Australian Government’s Recycling Modernisation Fund.
The Fisheries Division have released their new Handling and Release Guidelines for Manta and Devil Rays (Mobulid Species).
The Northern Territory Government has released a tender for a lead environmental consultant to undertake an environmental assessment for the Adelaide River Off-stream Water Storage (AROWS) infrastructure project and also produce a final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS).
The NT Government has increased surveillance and assigned a full-time project manager to gain better intelligence on the Guava Root-Knot Nematode, detected in Darwin last month.
Nominations are being sought for vacancies on the Community Benefit Committee to provide community representation for Katherine, Tennant Creek, Nhulunbuy and remote areas of the Territory.
The Northern Territory Government is building a skilled and versatile workforce with a new $6 million training package to attract 1000 regional and remote Territorians into a new apprenticeship or traineeship.
Market analysis for potential short-stay accommodation development in Tennant Creek.
The Northern Territory (NT) Government will be supporting industry and promoting trade at LIVEXchange 2022, the major event for Australia’s livestock export industry.
October Business Month (OBM) has wrapped up for another year, delivering a packed program of more than 120 events and workshops for Territory businesses.
Would you like to be part of a forum that helps grow the science, technology and innovation community in the Territory?
The department’s Plant Biosecuity Team is giving five Territorians the chance to win a YETI in our #spotapollinator photo competition.
From 1 November 2022, changes to the Animal Protection Act and Regulations will strengthen animal welfare protection measures and improve animal welfare outcomes in the Northern Territory.
The first ever shipment of magnetite from the Peko Rehabilitation Project, is leaving Darwin Port this week, a strong sign of confidence in the Territory’s economy and mining sector.
A highly pathogenic and aggressive round worm which affects the crop yield of several vegetables, fruit and agricultural fibres has been detected in the Top End.
Nominations are sought from persons to be appointed by the Liquor Commission as the Chairperson, Deputy Chairperson, or as a member for a term of up to five-years. Four positions are available.