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.
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Key business statistics, economic data, business, employment, labour market and business confidence.
What we are doing
The Northern Territory Government is seeking input in the development of the Maritime Industry Development Plan through the Have Your Say platform.
International students choosing to study in the Territory will have better access to services and community inclusion thanks to a new round of grants from the Territory Government.
The Livestock Act 2008 and Livestock Regulations 2009 governs the administration and provides the biosecurity regulatory framework to both protect and support the needs of the livestock industries in the Northern Territory.
October Business Month (OBM) returns in 2021 with a tailored regional program designed to meet the current and future needs of our small business.
The Victoria River Research Station (VRRS) field day and BeefUp forum events are changing dates and location after the event was rescheduled.
The Northern Territory Government has released a new round of funding to support local businesses affected by the latest COVID-19 lockdown, with immediate payments now available.
Territory businesses impacted by COVID-19 can access support to adapt and reach new markets through the Trade Support Scheme – COVID-19 Quick Response Grants.
Filming is now underway for a new drama series titled True Colours in Central Australia, making it the third television series to be filmed in the Territory within a year and contributing to an expected injection of over $10 million into the local economy.
Join us at the upcoming Developing Northern Australia Conference being held from 16 to 18 August at the Darwin Convention Centre. The event provides a platform to unite leaders, decision makers, industry representatives and community members who are working to advance our northern regions.
Victory in the Pacific Day, also referred to as VJ (Victory over Japan) Day, commemorates Japan’s unconditional surrender to the allies on 15 August 1945. It's a time for us to reflect on the important role that Australians played to end the conflict in the Pacific region.