The 9th Aboriginal Economic Development Forum was held in Darwin on 7 and 8 November 2019, bringing together 350 delegates from Northern Territory (NT) Aboriginal businesses, organisations and government.
Cyclone season has officially begun, so now is the time to start preparing for the wet season.
Kakadu Tourism and Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia together with national operators that sell NT tourism products, Journey Beyond, Sealink, New Asia Pacific Tours and AAT Kings are currently taking part in Tourism Australia’s flagship trade event in China, Australia Marketplace China 2019.
Over 942,000 Aussies that tune in to Channel 7’s Weekend Sunrise this Saturday 2 November will get a taste of what a summer holiday in the Top End can offer as part of Tourism NT’s Now in Season national marketing campaign.
Over the next seven days 23 of Australia’s top travel influencers will converge in the Northern Territory as part of Tourism NT’s Now in Season campaign that is currently in market nationally and runs up to December 2019.
Visitors to Nitmiluk National Park will soon be able to enjoy new walking and mountain-biking trails with a construction contract awarded to Ground Creations Pty Ltd. The project is part of the Territory Labor Government’s $5.5 million Turbocharging Tourism investment in the park.
Following a review of the Territory’s cattle tick management program, livestock owners are being asked to check cattle tick zones and movement restrictions as there have been changes to the cattle tick control and infected areas.
Nitmiluk (Katherine) Gorge has been revealed as the finish line for Channel 10’s The Amazing Race Australia with Tourism NT partnering with Jetstar to co-sponsor the season and showcase the Top End to a national audience.
9th Aboriginal Economic Development Forum ambassador, Nova Pomare, manages, trains and mentors Aboriginal staff in her role as general manager at central Australia’s Standley Chasm.
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