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
The Northern Territory Government is making changes to the Biz Secure program to better support Territory businesses to improve their security against the risk of break-ins.
The Department of Industry, Tourism and Trade is calling all ‘showgoers’ to stop by and say hi to the team at this year’s show.
Northern Territory producers, cattle industry representatives and agribusiness owners are being encouraged to make space in their calendars for the Victoria River Research Station (VRRS) field day and Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA) BeefUp Forum to be held on Tuesday 26 July and Wednesday 27 July 2022.
The Northern Territory Government has today announced a new grant program to enable Territory businesses to establish or expand their exporting capabilities.
An out of season weather event is forecasted for producers in the areas from the Katherine to Tennant Creek through to Mount Isa and Longreach.
The Territory Screen Industry is delivering huge returns for the Territory economy and this week sees more investment into the booming industry, creating more jobs for Territorians. The Territory Government has provided $110,000 towards The First Inventors which is expected to deliver close to $500,000 in direct production spend back into the Territory economy.
Banana freckle has been detected in the Batchelor–Rum Jungle region and the Department of Industry, Tourism and Trade is asking for help to determine how widespread the disease is in the Top End.
The National Livestock Identification System (NLIS) tag is an Australia-wide system developed for the identification and tracing of livestock.
The Northern Territory Government is committed to improving employment, business and economic outcomes for all Territorians by creating more transparency in the way government tender for, assesses and awards its contracts.
In another step to support business, construction workers can now get their official NT White Card delivered to their smartphone wallet.
Are you a Territory grower who spends up to $200,000 per year installing or repairing protective netting?