Channel Nine’s travel and lifestyle show Getaway have spent the past week in Darwin filming travel stories to air in early 2020.
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.
Tourism NT has released its refreshed brand today which promotes the Northern Territory as unlike any other place on earth.
Congratulations to Department of Primary Industry and Resources employee, Zoe Malone on reaching the national final of the 2019 AgriFuturesTM Rural Women’s Award.
The Territory Labor Government is creating local jobs and boosting tourism and recreational activities through a $17.5 million investment in Litchfield National Park.
Cotton research and cultivation has a long history in the Northern Territory (NT), with early research dating from the late 1800s on the botanic gardens at Palmerston. 2019 has seen the return of cotton to the NT with trial crops grown on both commercial farms and Department of Primary Industry and Resources research farms.
The annual international Inbound NT three day event commences today, 4 September 2019 providing NT operators the opportunity to meet face-to-face with up to 30 product managers from key inbound tour operator partners working across the NT’s global markets.
West Australian chemical company Coogee has commenced a feasibility study into a methanol plant near Darwin.
The George Brown Darwin Botanic Garden's $9.9 million visitor and event centre interpretive display is one step closer with the fit out commencing last month.
The Department of Primary Industry and Resources’ (DPIR) partnership with the Northern Territory Farmers Association (NTFA) allows industry stakeholders access to valuable information and resources.