Territorians are being asked to keep an eye out for plant pests and diseases as part of the International Year of Plant Health.
Interstate schools can apply for $3,000 towards the cost of a school trip to the NT as part of the Territory Labor Government’s $2 million Immediate Tourism Resilience Plan.
The Territory Labor Government has doubled its incentive to secure more business events for the Northern Territory as part of the $2 Million Immediate Tourism Resilience Plan to support the tourism industry and local jobs.
Addressing business survival, revival and growth, Tourism Fast Track is a new intensive business support program opening on 1 March 2020 as part of the Territory Labor Government’s $2 Million Immediate Tourism Resilience Plan.
Tourism Fast Track is a new intensive business support program addressing business survival, business revival and business growth.
A new free partnership program to promote NT tourism operators and experiences to interstate audiences is available to local businesses as part of the Territory Labor Government’s $2 million Immediate Tourism Resilience Plan.
Please see attached a joint release from Federal Tourism Minister, Simon Birmingham and Acting Minister for Tourism, Sport and Culture, Eva Lawler, announcing Darwin will host Tourism Australia’s Corroboree Asia event from 23 to 27 August 2020.
Tourism operators can now join a range of discounted advertising opportunities, announced as part of the Territory Government’s $2 million Immediate Tourism Resilience Plan to minimise the impact to our tourism industry from the Australian Bushfires and the coronavirus outbreak and maintain the momentum in attracting more visitors to the NT.
Researchers from the Department of Primary Industry and Resources Northern Territory (NT) Fisheries Division and rangers from the Anindilyakwa Land Council (ALC) spent last week collecting mature Blacklip Rock Oysters from the waters off Groote Eylandt.
The Top End will roll out the welcome mat for luxury liner Queen Mary 2 which will now overnight in Darwin on 24 February, providing a $700,000 boost to local businesses.