Those interested in keeping up with the department’s news and activities have until 5:00pm Monday 30 September to provide feedback on how the department communicates with regional audiences.
The Territory’s key regional tourism organisations, Tourism Top End and Tourism Central Australia will each receive $150,000 in funding from 1 November 2019 to 30 June 2021.
An interactive dashboard has been developed to give you access to detailed information on jobs, training, business numbers and population information across 28 remote towns in the Northern Territory.
The best and brightest of Territory’s vocational education and training sector have been celebrated at the NT Training Awards, held last night at the Darwin Convention Centre.
Some of the Northern Territory’s most picturesque landscapes including Nitmiluk, Elsey and Litchfield National Parks will feature in Cotton On Body’s 2019 summer swimwear launch as part of a collaboration with the Australian retailer and Tourism NT.
Redevelopment of the Berrimah Farm site is underway and northern Australia will soon benefit from the new Berrimah Farm Science Precinct.
The marine ranger team recently travelled out to Wadeye, 400km South West of Darwin, to work with the Thamarrurr Rangers.
Channel Nine’s travel and lifestyle show Getaway have spent the past week in Darwin filming travel stories to air in early 2020.
Tourism NT has released its refreshed brand today which promotes the Northern Territory as unlike any other place on earth.
As part of the Territory Labor Government’s Turbocharging Tourism initiative, the Northern Territory’s Tourism Industry Strategy 2030 released today aims to put the sector on a long term path to prosperity, projecting up to $3.6 billion in visitor expenditure and 3,900 new tourism jobs by 2030.